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The reasons to avoid plagiarism are extremely persuasive. Instead of plagiarizing, read widely to see how other writers write, and then take the steps necessary do develop your own writing voice.
Have you ever felt angry because your mother told you “clean your bedroom”? Or how many times when you are looking for something, you never find it until your mother cleans the house? If you have been in these kinds of desperate situations, you should consider the content of this essay. The purpose of this essay is to explain how to clean your furniture, what useless stuff you should throw out, and how to organize the useful things that you must keep. Organizing a bedroom can be done in a quick, easy way.
The first step to organizing your bedroom is to clean the furnishings. You will take all your things out of the closet. With a damp duster you will clean your bedroom furnishings; if they are made of wood, I suggest you to use special oil for wood furniture; if they aren’t, water is enough.
The second step to having an organized bedroom is to select and throw away what you don’t use anymore. You must look at the things that you took out of your closet and the furniture located in your bedroom, and classify it. What you don’t use anymore, you will throw it away. These objects are the ones that you haven’t used for at least a year. Don’t feel bad about getting rid of something; remember that you will not always be able to keep everything in your life.
The third and last step to putting your bedroom in order is to categorize the useful things. Put the items you use infrequently in the deepest part of your closet. Put the items you use regularly in the front of your closet. This will help you to find them when you require them. Finally, the items that you use always, which means every day, put on the furniture such as a bureau or night table.
If you follow these simple steps, there won’t be anymore desperate situations where you can’t find what you require. Believe me, if you organize your bedroom, clean the furniture, throw out useless stuff, and put useful things in order, you will be considered an organized person and you won’t hear your mother snarling you anymore. Come on! Does your mother really “snarl” at you?