Start with the Bed: If your bed is made, your bedroom looks neat. When you wake up, pull the covers up to your chin, then scissor-kick your way out of bed so it'll be half made. Finish the job before you walk away. I have heard that making your bed before leaving the hose for the day will put you in a better mood. It will also make you sleep better to know that your sheets were not all bunched up all day long.
Address Your Drawers: Most women have drawers full of clothes they don't wear, and their dresser tops then become repositories for things they can't store. Get rid of things you haven't worn in a year and vow to put away your clean laundry each week. Another great tip is to make sure that you have the top of your dresser organized and neat. This means to put all of your makeup back in its correct spot and all of your jewelry in to its safe storage.
Keep Just the Essentials: Have a "pamper basket" next to your bed with a book, some moisturizer, your knitting or something else you like to do in bed. Then keep your clock, a lamp and a box of tissues on your nightstand. That's it. Don't clutter your bedside table with water bottles, snacks, tons of books and magazines, etc.
Keep the Bedroom Floor Pamper Free: Make sure you have a laundry hamper in your bedroom or bathroom for all of your dirty garments. Make sure all of your shoes are properly placed in your closet or under the bed.