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Your favorite community of University of Montana apartments is back with another brand new blog post, and this week’s blog is all about staying organized! The more you can stay organized during your next semester of school, the less stress you’ll have to deal with on a daily basis. Since college is all about mitigating stress whenever possible, we think this blog will be fairly helpful for University of Montana students.


Without further delay, let’s jump right into this week’s blog! If you decide to implement any of these organization tips, please feel free to snap some pics and share them with us on social media. When you’re done reading through the post below, please feel free to share the link to this page with your friends and anyone who might be interested in learning more about The Sawyer — the student apartments Missoula can’t wait to see.


Hang a wall calendar


It sounds like a little thing, but having a calendar on the wall makes all the difference in the world. You might think that you’ll be able to store all your events and to-do lists on your phone, but you actually won’t open the calendar app or the notes app as often as you think you will. A calendar on the wall, however, is in your face at all times. Before you know it, you’ll be remembering events without even having to check. We recommend a dry-erase calendar, but any kind of calendar will do.


Don’t go to bed with a full sink


Nothing gets your day off to a worse start than waking up to a messy apartment. It’ll throw your mood off before you even hop in the shower. While it’s difficult to find the motivation to clean every night, it’s easy to do one simple thing like getting rid of dirty dishes in the sink. Having a clean sink makes all the difference when it comes to the look of your kitchen, so get in the habit of cleaning that sink before bed!


Use the space under your bed


Your bed takes up more floor space than any other piece of furniture in your apartment, so it only makes sense that you should use some of that space for extra storage. Whether you use it to store winter clothes or extra bedding, the space under your bed is good for more than just collecting cobwebs.


With that, we’ve reached the end of our list of tips that you can use to stay organized during the spring semester! As always, we greatly appreciate those of you who were able to take a few moments out of your busy schedule to hang out with us here on The Sawyer blog page. We love writing these posts, and we hope that you enjoy reading them! While you wait for us to post the next blog, we hope that you’re able to take the time to implement some of the apartment organization tips on the list above.


Be sure to check back in a couple weeks when our next post goes up on the site! If you feel like you learned something useful from this week’s blog and you want to see the next one right when it goes live in a couple weeks, we encourage you to bookmark our blog page. Until then, you can stay up to date with everything happening at our community of apartments by subscribing to our newsletter. The sooner you do that, the sooner you’ll be able to stay up to date with upcoming events, special promotions and giveaways going on at The Sawyer — the apartments University of Montana students can’t wait to move into.

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