Often when I read posts about organizing I think it hardly provides the reader with the right information to act. But this article from MEG MCCONAHEY with THE PRESS DEMOCRAT March 27, 2020 is right on target. I follow the same principles when I tackle a new project. This just might inspire you to help your home work for you long after the pandemic subsides. Because agreeably as Meg says "sheltering in place is a rare gift of time to tackle a chore".
Let me just provide a few highlights.
Don't rush out to buy organizing stuff, first assess
Start small (maybe just a drawer or pile of papers)
Set a time limit
When time is up reassess, can you do more? Or are you done for now?
Get rid of it if it's a duplicate, damaged, worn out, expired, or not used
Of course, if this just isn't something you can tackle, I would love to come and as the article says provide you the gift of time!