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Furniture and Accessories Hacks to Make Your Life Easier

As a person who is constantly on the go, I find it difficult to keep up with everything. I'm always running late, my personal space is minimal, and life just feels chaotic. The good news? There are a few hacks that can help make your life easier. With this guide, you'll learn how to make your life more manageable by using furniture and accessories that will save you time and money. You'll also learn how to create a personal space while still fitting into your current lifestyle.

Work and Home Comfort

The first hack is to use furniture and accessories that will make your workspace more comfortable. When you're at the office, you'll want a desk that allows you to stand up, of course. You should also invest in a standing desk so that you can get some exercise in the workplace. If you work from home, a comfortable couch is essential for maximum productivity. Choose a couch that has ample storage and space underneath. I like couches with wheels on the bottom so that it's easy to move them around when necessary. For an extra layer of comfort, add pillows or blankets to your couch so that you don't have to worry about sitting on uncomfortable surfaces throughout the day.

Let's Clear Out Your Clutter

You know that feeling when you have too much stuff? The one where your cluttered life is suffocating you and you don't even know where to start to clear it all out. Well, the first step is to create a good plan. The goal is to create a personal space that reflects who you are while still fitting into your current lifestyle. There are two things you can do:

1) Start by creating a list of what's important in your life and prioritize the items on the list.

2) Create a vision board and make a list of what you want for yourself.

Once you've done this, then it's time to get rid of everything else. If there's no sentimental value or usefulness, then dispose of it immediately. Once this task is over, put everything back in its place and see how it fits with the rest of your plan. It's also important to make sure that every item has its designated spot so that when you need something, it will be easy for you to find it quickly. I like using Command hooks for this purpose because they're cheap and easy to install!

How to Create a Personal Space

One way to create a personal space is to find pieces that can be repurposed into your home. For example, you could find an old chair or dresser that you're not using and turn them into a storage bench. Or, you could use an unused sofa as a bed. By doing this, you're creating more personal space without being too extravagant. Another way to create a personal space is through decorating. You can use items that are personal and sentimental to you as decorations throughout your home. This will provide the feeling of having your own living room at home without actually buying anything new and spending too much money.

Accessories That Will Make Your Life Easier

If you're struggling to find the time to do your hair and makeup every day, then consider a chic travel bag. It can go from work to gym and back again so you don't have to worry about it being too heavy. If you need a place for all of your stuff, consider purchasing a dresser with built-in storage space. You can keep your clothes inside, which will save you time when getting dressed in the morning. Another option is a shoe organizer that is designed specifically for women's shoes. It will make it easier for you to sort through your shoes without messing up any other items in your closet or bedroom.

If you're looking for new furniture but don't have the budget, try using furniture hacks like these as inspiration for DIY projects that are on par with what you would've had if you had bought something new. Take some of those old pieces of furniture and repurpose them into something new!

What are your favorite hacks?

I love the hacks that make my life easier, but I don't use them all. 2 of my favorites are the following:

- Hiding things in plain sight with end tables, coffee tables, and nightstands: This is one of my favorite hacks because it can save you a lot of space. For example, if you have a lot of papers lying around, use an end table to hide those papers. If you have clutter on your desk, try using a coffee table instead of buying an armoire or filing cabinet. You can also store things like magazines or rolled up clothes in the drawers on top of your nightstands.

- Stacking and stacking everything: This hack will help you avoid storing multiple items in one place so that no space is wasted. Try stacking books on top of each other rather than putting them on shelves or inside bookcases.