Looking for ways to organize your garden and home this year? Here are 8 simple ways to do it!
With the start of the new year and a new home, I’m all about getting myself organized.
From gardening to home decorating projects to just plain living, this girl right here needs to figure out how to live in our new home.
I’ve joined some friends to bring you our best organizing ideas, tips, and inspiration to make 2022 the year of decluttering.
These include the best garden and home ideas to help make everyday living more manageable.
So if you are ready to get organized this year, this post is for you!
My good friend Rachel from the Ponds Farmhouse is hosting this roundup of creative organizing ideas and I’m super excited to be a part of it.
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My name is Stacy and I’m a self-taught master gardener who lives and gardens in northern New Jersey, zone 6a.
I’ve been gardening for over 20 years and enjoy helping beginner gardeners find their inner green thumb, as well as discover a love for all things plants and flowers.
I LOVE to bring the outdoors inside my home too because I’m a huge plant and flower addict.
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8 Simple Ways to Organize Your Garden and Home
As a gardener, the day after Christmas is over, I am all about my gardens.
The best quality seed sales are out now so I’m sharing how to get organized when starting seeds indoors.
Have you ever started seeds indoors before?
It’s a great way to get a jump on the growing season and grow plants that are not readily available in your locality.
Not to mention, it’s a great way to garden in winter.
When you order a lot of different plant varieties, your head can really spin with all the different dates and instructions on the back of the seed packets.
So it helps to break it all down before getting started.
To make it easier, I shared 7 simple tips for getting organized when sowing seeds indoors.
And the best part?
There’s a free printable at the end of the post to help guide you through the seed starting process.
If you want to learn how to start seeds and grow a bountiful garden, this post is part of a seed starting series.
Whether you want to grow flowers, vegetables, herbs, or other plants, THIS series has you covered from seed selection through the entire growing season.
In the coming weeks, I’m going to be organizing a garage for all of my gardening stuff.
Since we just moved into our new home before the holidays, we still haven’t finished unpacking everything yet and I would love to get organized while we do.
Plus I need to get ready for spring!
Because there are a lot of new gardening projects here that I want to tackle.
So join me for some more garden and home organizing ideas and inspiration over the next few months.
If you are in need of pantry organization, look no further than my good friend Rachel from the Ponds Farmhouse.
She shared this AMAZING pantry organization tip that will change how you live with your pantry!
Rachel shares lots of other organizing tips and tricks too, but this one really got my attention.
And if you aren’t familiar with Rachel, she does the most creative and beautiful DIYs to decorate your home.
We also participate in a supper club together. Her tablescapes and recipes blow me away!
My good friend Janine from the Happy Happy Nester shared her simple and gorgeous spice rack organizing ideas.
From cute little spice rack jars to the adorable labels, you will love her tips for cleaning up the spices.
And after our big move to the new house, I needed this one to kick mine in gear.
The spices look so much better when they have a cohesive look like this!
If you aren’t familiar with Janine, she has a beautiful clean decorating style and shares lots of pretty seasonal decor and recipe ideas.
My good friend Kelly from the Tattered Pew shared some simple tips and tricks for taming the linen closet.
And the best part?
It took her less than 30 minutes to organize it!!!
I need to do this STAT.
Kelly is such a joy to follow too. Like me, she just moved into a new home and I LOVE it! She is super sweet and shares lots of inspiring decorating tips and tricks.
My good friends Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms shared lots of GREAT tips and tricks to organize a small walk-in closet.
And the best part of the transformation?
It cost LESS than $250!
I love when a something small and inexpensive makes such a big impact.
As an aside, I just want to add how much I adore Anne and AnnMarie.
I’ve known them since starting my blogging journey.
They are not only great friends, but also share lots of great family friendly dinner ideas, lifestyle inspiration and decorating tips you will love.
My good friend Mary from Life at Bella Terra shared some inciteful tips to organizing her master closet.
She was inspired to clean the clutter when someone commented how messy it looked.
And I really love a good before and after too.
Wait until you see how good her closet looks now!!!
If you aren’t familiar with Mary, she shares lots of beautiful home decorating tips, gardening ideas and recipes that are SO good!
My good friend Shawna from Willow Bloom Home shared some beautiful ways to organize a home office.
And I love a good hack too!
Ikea has some of the best storage supplies and I love how Shawna pulled it all together.
Wait until you see some of her tips!!!
I enjoy following Shawna because she shares a lot of amazing and innovative home decorating ideas, tips and tricks.
My good friend Wendy from the Curated Farmhouse shared an AMAZING printable to help us set our intentions and organize ourselves for the whole year!
I love to have a place where I can write it all down so I can remind myself throughout the year what I set out to do.
Get started on your new year’s goals today with this great printable from Wendy.
If you aren’t familiar with Wendy, she shares lots of farmhouse style decor and decorating ideas and helps other bloggers on their journey with Instagram.
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