Top 10 Inspiring Home Organizing Blogs You Should Start Reading

Do you buy every fancy container on the market in an attempt to get organized? Maybe you just need a little real-life inspiration. Here are 10 of the most inspiring home organizing blogs on the internet.

Some people are just naturally organized, and others learn the skill at some point in their life. Just because somebody has a knack for organizing, doesn’t mean it’s easy for them to stay that way on a regular basis. We all have to work at keeping our everyday life organized.

I personally started out as an organized child, got messy in my 30s, then got my act back together in my 40s. I’ve been on both sides of the fence. I can tell you from experience that being organized is not only less stressful, but it’s actually a lot easier too.

Whether you suffer from a complete lack of organization or just need a couple of practical solutions, these organizing blogs have got you covered.

Here are my 10 favorite organizing blogs (besides my own blog ๐Ÿ˜‰ and in no particular order) that share practical tips to help you get and stay organized.

Bonus, several of them also share cleaning tips, decluttering ideas, productivity hacks, and meal-planning info. Enjoy!

laptop, pens, and planners sitting on the desk of an organizing blogger

My Favorite Home Organizing Blogs

1. Clean and Scentsible – Jenn Lifford

Jenn Lifford just might have been born to organize. Her blog and Instagram page showcase her perfectly organized spaces, including lots of great tips and DIY projects that helped get them that way.

Jenn’s Home Organization Diet teaches you how to change your organizing habits, organize your own home, and keep it that way. She does an official kickoff every January with the Home Detox Decluttering Challenge, but you can actually join anytime.

One of my favorite posts on Jenn’s site is Cleaning Closet Organization where she shows exactly how she organized her own cleaning closet.

Read more from Jenn and the Home Organization Diet on her blog or Instagram page.

2. Organizing Moms โ€“ Katie Pyle

Katie Pyle is a self-made organizing maven who’s certain there’s a perfect solution for everybody’s organizing struggles. She struggled with disorganization for years, alone, thinking she was the only one.

Through a bit of trial and error, Katie made a lot of small changes, created some new routines, and found flexible real-life solutions that worked for her family. Now she runs a supportive community helping disorganized moms realize they’re not alone, and there are solutions for all of their organizing struggles.

One of my favorite posts on Katie’s site is 25 Organization Projects You Can Do In a Day where she shares some great organizing project ideas.

Learn more from Katie and join her supportive community on her blog or Facebook page.

3. Home by Jenn – Jenn Slavich

Jenn Slavich is a self-professed homebody who loves organizing, DIY, and plants. She can’t sit still and is constantly adding new projects and room tweaks to her to-do list.

Jen shares home organization tips and natural living advice to help you keep your home running smoothly. She has a 5 day Home Organization Challenge that’s available year-round to help you get started.

One of my favorite posts on Jenn’s site is What to Make with Empty Plastic Bottles where she shows you how to repurpose empty plastic bottles to organize and decorate your home.

See more from Jenn on her blog or Instagram page.


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4. Polished Habitat โ€“ Melissa George

Melissa George has put together one of the most “polished” organizing blogs on the internet. She’s created and shares her “Instagram-worthy” home with hopes to inspire you to do the same.

Melissa shares tons of great tips, organizing projects, and beautiful room transformations, complete with lots of before and drool-worthy after photos to show you how it’s all done.

One of my favorite posts on Melissa’s site is How to Organize Your Home Office where she shows exactly how she organized her own home office.

Read more from Melissa on her blog or Instagram page.

5. A Bowl Full of Lemons โ€“ Toni Hammersley

Toni Hammersley runs an online community where she shares tons of homemaking tips. She also has a couple of books to help you manage your home.

Toni’s Home Organization Challenge helps you get your home organized from top to bottom. She launches it every January, but you can join at any time.

One of my favorite posts on Toni’s site is her Laundry Room Organization Ideas she shares tons of great organization ideas for a small laundry room.

Learn more from Toni on her blog and Instagram page.

6. Organise My House โ€“ Chrissy Halton

After 12 years of running a home organising and styling business, Chrissy Halton has definitely figured out what works and what doesn’t. It’s pretty safe to say she has a few useful tricks up her sleeve too.

Chrissy has a free quiz to help you determine how organised you are. She shares her years of experience as a personal organizer, shortcuts, and systems to help you come up with one that works for you.

One of my favorite posts on Chrissy’s site is Questions to Ask When Organising where she gives you some questions to help ensure you’re making the most of your spaces.

See more from Chrissy and the quiz on her blog or her Facebook page.

7. Organizing Junkie – Laura Whittmann

Laura Whittmann is a self-professed organizing junkie who admits she might need a little intervention. She’s totally obsessed with organizing everything but believes you should still be able to ‘live’ in your home.

Laura shares lots of great ideas for organizing and her 7-step organization process that teaches you how to organize any space efficiently. She’s not so secretly hoping to create more organizing junkies just like her so she can be a little less ‘freakish’ (her word, not mine)!

One of my favorite posts on Laura’s site is Catching Up with Org Junkie – Life in Isolation where she talks about how life in isolation is going and shares some things she’s doing to cope.

Read more from Laura on her blog and Facebook page.

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8. Just a Girl and Her Blog โ€“ Abby Lawson

Abby Lawson has one of the prettiest organizing styles I’ve ever seen, which is amazing considering she’s the only female in her family of 4. Her blog is a great example of how simple storage solutions can be pretty too.

Abby shares her best tips, DIY tutorials, and decorating how-tos on her blog and youtube channel. She also has the Impactful Habits, Organized Home course where she teaches you her exact organizing process step by step.

One of my favorite posts on Abby’s site is her Organized Coffee Station where she proves you can make a functional item look like part of the decor plan.

Learn more from Abby and her course on her blog or youtube channel.

9. I Heart Planners – Laura Smith

Laura Smith hearts organizing just as much as she does planners. She’s a digital creative that loves sharing organizing tips and printable solutions for your home and life.

Laura has a free Get Organized e-course that’s always available. She also gives away 31 days of free printables in October.

One of my favorite posts on Laura’s site is 7 Things To Do on Sunday where she shares some great tips for starting your week off on the right foot.

See more from Laura on her blog or Facebook page.

10. Organization Obsessed โ€“ Lindsay Lawless

Lindsay Lawless is a naturally organized person and is obsessed with keeping it that way. It doesn’t come easy in her busy world, but she finds ways to manage.

Lindsay shares all of her favorite tips and printables to create an organized lifestyle for real people.

One of my favorite posts on Lindsay’s site is her Laundry Room Remodel where she shows how to add a little style to a functional space.

Read more from Lindsay on her blog.

That’s a Wrap

Thank you for letting me showcase the top 10 organizing bloggers that inspire me every day.

When you’re done checking out these great blogs, come on back. I still have tons of storage hacks, decluttering ideas, and cleaning tips to share with you.

I’ll also be sharing my favorite decluttering and cleaning bloggers in the near future.

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  1. I loved these blogs. Thanks for sharing. I will be sure to check them out ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Great list of bloggers to follow! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Nice post, Thanks for the tips, Step by step guidelines given in this article are very useful.

  4. Thanks so much for including me in your list. There are some great blogs here!!
    Have a fabulous day!
    Laura ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thanks Laura! My Pleasure!Love your blog!

  5. Thank you for including me in your post. You’re so sweet!

    1. Anytime! Love the blog and the community!

    1. Thanks for all of the great organizing info! Love the Blog!

  6. Thanks for including me on this list, Tanya, you made my weekend! So many of my own favorites were included and I canโ€™t wait to check out a few I hadnโ€™t seen before.

    1. My pleasure! Love your blog! I was literally just drafting an email to let you know, but so happy you found it!

  7. Heather Earle says:

    Enjoyed your quotes and thanks for the blogs of others

    1. My pleasure! Hope they’re helpful and stay tuned for more of each!

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