Even if you can’t take the plunge in tidying up your home, you can take small steps related to tidying up.
For example, I recommend that you take pictures of all your rooms. You’ll be shocked at how messier they look in photos than when you’re in them. I am not suggesting this to make you feel bad; By seeing your rooms objectively, you will be able to think “I want to change this this way” and come up with specific solutions. These steps will increase your motivation to get organized. You can use these images to compare before and after the ranking and estimate the difference. Looking at the picture of the messy room after you tidy it up, you will be shocked at what your space used to look like.
Another good way is to share your curated progress with someone else. You can tell someone close to you that you are starting the arrangement process or invite a willing friend to go through the process as well so you can support each other.
I especially recommend the administrator KonMari app. It has a checklist function for ordering steps, and you can upload before and after photos and share them with the KonMari community. It helps to communicate with others about your organized progress, as arranging can be a one-on-one process.
Whether you start by taking pictures of your rooms in their current condition or by downloading the app, please take the first step, and start your amazing journey of tidying up.