Organize your life with these five YouTube channels

April 9, 2018

Life today pulls you in too many directions. From work demands, relationships, family obligations, household chores, social media, paying bills, to grocery shopping-it never ends. It can be difficult to keep all these to-dos-and the stress that comes with them-in check. These five YouTube channels can help you cut through clutter and organize your life.

Life today pulls you in too many directions. From work demands, relationships, family obligations, household chores, social media, paying bills, to grocery shopping-it never ends. It can be difficult to keep all these to-dos-and the stress that comes with them-in check. These five YouTube channels can help you cut through clutter and organize your life.

 

 

 

 

 

1. Do you have a planner? Maybe you have a handy booklet from the office supply store, or you use your phone to keep track of tasks and obligations. None of these come close to the level of organization and efficiency laid out on At Home With Quita. On this channel, Atlanta entrepreneur and mother of two Marquita offers step-by-step instructions to plan your day, your month, and your year, keep track of grocery lists, and even how to organize your cash to stay on budget. The self-proclaimed “organizing geek” also has her own sticker and printables shop so that, with her detailed instructions, you can be as organized as Quinta.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. If Quinta’s cash envelopes and grocery lists can’t help you stay on budget, you might need to visit the channel of Dave Ramsey. The no-nonsense financial guru, best-selling author and radio host isn’t afraid to call you out on poor spending habits and financial decisions. His YouTube channel features targeted talks on getting out of debt and building wealth, and collections of his previous radio shows that are full of inspiring stories of change as well as cautionary tales. As someone who was worth a fortune, went broke, and made it back again, Ramsey’s philosophy focuses on increasing your financial IQ and taking baby steps toward eliminating financial stress. Dave helps when he can, and isn’t afraid to tell you when you’ve done something stupid and how you can try and fix it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Once you’ve fixed your big budget problems, maintenance is key. How do you live the life you want without slipping down a financial rabbit hole? On her YouTube channel Do It On A Dime, Kathryn offers a video version of her blog of the same name on how to do literally everything on the cheap. Do you want a gorgeous bathroom like you saw on HGTV? Are you yearning for a backyard oasis? How about making a tight office or home work space more efficient? Kathryn covers organizing and design, but with a focus on the price tag. She offers money-saving tips, budget-friendly storage solutions, and even reveals where to find smudge-proof labels. With a YouTube channel, a blog, and nearly close to 100,000 Instagram followers, Kathryn’s channel takes DIY to a whole new level.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. If you’ve tackled your daily to-do list and finances, but your house is still too extra for you, Alejandra Costello, professional organizing expert and life coach can help. Sometimes it’s not about how your buy things, where you put them, or how you label them, but the sheer volume of STUFF. Home Organizing by Alejandra.tv, is based on the lessons Costello teaches in her SimpLESSity program. While her videos cover how to organize a closet, the best way to fold t-shirts, and how in the world you can keep plastic food containers from falling out of your cabinets each time you open them, the main focus isn’t just to help you organize but to simplify. Costello offers decluttering techniques with step-by-step instructions and a less-is-more philosophy that help you have time to stuff focusing on your stuff and start focusing on your life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Sometimes the last thing to get organized in a life-after work, the household, the bills, and family-is yourself. From personal care to something as simple as cleaning your bedroom, Brittany Vasseur strips down the process of decluttering with style. The founder of her own organic skincare line, Vasseur’s channel, Vasseur Beauty, focuses on a wide range of self-care topics from weight loss and health to organization and cleaning. Her channel’s feed reflects the value of Vasseur’s cheery advice and down-to-earth attitude as grown adults share how she inspired them to do what they all dreaded as children-cleaning their bedrooms. In her video on cleaning out a bedroom, you can watch Vasseur clean and organize her room in a streamlined process, offering inspiration for managing difficult to store items along the way.