3 DIY WAYS TO ORGANIZE A GIRL’S ROOM

Organizing a girl’s room may be a hectic job for you especially when you are constantly rummaging through those jumbled drawers & topsy-turvy hair elastics or even those fragile jewelry. This can eventually take a toll on your mood, so don’t worry, I am actually helping you to tackle those accessories by sharing some DIY ideas to spruce up space in your girl’s room & organize things in simpler but smarter ways!

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Here are top 3 clever DIY ways that will surely help to avoid a wave of panic needed to organize a girl’s room!

1.    CANDY BOXES TO ACCESSORIES TRAY:

Now that you have eaten all candies or chocolates from those plastic or metallic boxes, it’s the time to convert it into a perfect life hack accessories tray. The tray has got appropriate compartments to organize all those smaller accessories like hairpins, clips, safety pins & rings hence making it much convenient for you to organize all those minor stuff.

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2.    ORGANIZING WITH SHOPPING BAG WALL HOLDERS:

Organizing with shopping bag wall holders may sound weird but I am going to share some easy steps that will transform your shopping bags into incredible & stylish storage ideas. These reusable shopping bags gives holder will definitely give you a peace of mind while organizing your girl’s room.

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HOW TO USE?

  • Choose two shopping bags of identical sizes.
  • Decorate them by using colored pages or gift papers; it’s all your creativity! No hard & fast rules here.
  • Use a strong adhesive for sticking it on the wall.
  • Now you can organize all your cluttered accessories much smartly.

3.    SHOWER RINGS FOR A PERFECT CLOSET:

The best way to organize a girl’s closet is by using shower rings that are used individually for the collection of scarfs, mittens & other such accessories instead of dedicating an entire hanger to each of your minor accessories. This will ultimately help in increasing storage & organizing your girl’s room.

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From now, stop worrying about your girl’s jumbled room & follow these easy life hacks to get a sigh of relief.

BONUS HACK

These plastic drawer divider is not only economical, they are also customisable and extremely easy to use. They can be used to organize scarfs and undergarments in drawers. The best thing about them is that you can also cut the section to required size. If you click on the image below  it will take will you to the Amazon page where you can easily buy it.

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The Stigma of Mental Illness in Pakistan

‘Paagal’ – isn’t that what they call everyone with a mental illness in Pakistan?

To a great percentage population of Pakistan, anyone with a mental illness is quickly labeled as ‘paagal’ (mad). It doesn’t matter what kind of illness it is – a mild case of depression or hallucinating schizophrenia – the label remains constant: paagal.

Recent studies have revealed that cases of depression and anxiety have been on the rise. Yet in Pakistan only a fraction of them actually seek professional help. The lack of awareness coupled with the taboo has left patients with an actual mental illness helpless.

A common misconception here is that depression is temporary; triggered by short-term events that cause low moods. The truth is it’s not temporary and the low moods persist for a long time even after problems have been solved.

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Depression occurs on a cellular level in the brain and is cause by low levels of a neurotransmitter serotonin.

Similarly, anxiety is much more than just stress. It is also caused by disturbed levels of certain neurotransmitters in the brain. The medical basis of both anxiety and depression make them actual mental illnesses that need therapy and even pharmacological intervention.

The stigma surrounding mental illnesses is imminent in Pakistan. Socioeconomic wellbeing is affected not only because of the illness itself but because of how the society reacts to it.

The solution: education.

Sadly, the answer isn’t as simple as a 9-letter word. Education needs time and shattering generations-built myths and taboos need courage. Starting from an individual level and spreading the right knowledge among those around you is what can make the stigma around mental illnesses a little less burdensome.

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