Blog posts • Nov 27, 2014 12:50 +08
Getting organized isn't just about finding a place for everything per se. It's about freedom - liberating ourselves to pursue the things we love, and liberating our things from being obscured, neglected, thrown about, and generally ignored. Even something as simple as the bag we use everyday should be given a place of honor in our home. Let the things you love and use have its day in the sun
Blog posts • Nov 21, 2014 12:50 +08
Recently, Edits Inc was invited on Channel NewsAsia to discuss how to make a smooth transition from a large home to a smaller one. The toughest part is probably letting our possessions go. In this series of post, we share with our readers how they can enjoy and make the best out of the change. Even if you're not looking to downsize, the principles might help you look at things differently!
Blog posts • Oct 29, 2014 12:55 +08
Most of us have items kept in "cold storage" - things we've not touched in years and will probably not do so for another 5. Sometimes, the urge to purge strikes and you'll be in the mood to embark on an ambitious clutter-clearing project. Here Edits Inc lists the important things to prepare before starting on a project. It pays to be prepared - you'll get things done faster!
Blog posts • Oct 28, 2014 12:45 +08
On 17 and 18 Oct, in conjunction with the launch of the Muji To Go collection, Edits Inc conducted 5 workshops in total for Muji's customers, fans and employees. Over 110 people attended these sessions, and many more stood by to listen in while shopping at the store. To find out more about the tips we shared, pick up the latest Muji To Go brochure at any Muji store.
Blog posts • Oct 07, 2014 08:50 +08
Have you ever stepped into a the offices of a Japanese company, or the home of a Japanese friend and wonder how they keep the place so orderly everyday? Or have you bought storage products from Japanese stores hoping to recreate the same orderliness but still struggle to keep clutter at bay? Their secret? A set of principles which Japanese children are taught since young. Read on for more.