Tips No. 8. Life hack – mudroom cubby systems! Mudroom cubbies can bring order to all these accessories you and your family use on a daily basis. A lot of items such as toys, shopping bags, boxes newspapers, flip-flops, backpacks, handbags have a way of getting dumped around your doorway. If you prefer more hidden storage, don’t use open cubbies. You should install cubbies with doors. Then, pay attention to the size of your cubbies. You don’t want those cubbies take up most of space in your mudroom. This great and useful piece of furniture helps keep your entryway clutter-free. And remember – your foyer is the first place that guests see when they enter your house. Choose some chic mudroom cubbies and make a great first impression!
Tips No. 151. Handy tips to help declutter your bedroom.“Three Rules of Work: Out of clutter find simplicity; From discord find harmony; In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” – Albert Einsteina. Step one: While you are going through this mess, ask yourself: Do I really need all these things in my bedroom? Is anything in this area unused? Toss unwanted items.b. Step two: This is the fun part. You should make six piles – keep, put away in another place, give away, sell, trash, and recycle (repurpose). If there are items that could be useful to someone, give it to them.c. Step three: Designate a spot for each and every item. Put items back in their places.To maintain this decluttered environment, stick to a few important rules:a. Make your bed every morning.b. Keep your clothes organized. Place them in your closet or in the laundry basket.c. Avoid bedside clutter.d. Do not ruin what you have achieved.
Tips No. 356. How to keep all of your gardening tools neat and tidy?If you are tired of seeing the clutter in your garage or a shed and waste time looking for tools, it’s time to solve this problem. There is no doubt – clutter can really influence the way you work. The well-organized tools will save you time and energy. Here’re simple hacks for decluttering the garden shed.1) Take out all of you gardening tools that you have in the garage. Check out each individual tool. Clean out everything.2) Create two piles: 1) items that you want to keep, and 2) items that you need to get rid of. Get rid of everything that is broken and useless. That’s simply trash.3) Reorganize your tools. For example: keep frequently used tools close at hand using the hooks. Use a pegboard to hang small tools. Use an old wooden palette for larger tools. Find a convenient place to store each and every tool and you will tackle this task over the weekend.