Tips No. 1. Use it or lose it! There is an old American adage “A place for everything and everything in its place”. This is so true. The key is to establish a storage spot for every single object in your entryway. Simplify your life. Determine the essentials and find them their home. Clean the clutter out of your entryway once and for all. This rule applies to all rooms without exception. Even for the basement and attic.
Tips No. 145. Sort your newspapers and magazines.You love your magazines so much. However, do you have magazine holders? Or do you have a special home for them, for example, on a bookshelf? If your answer is No, it’s time to sort your favorite magazines. Here are a few steps to do that easily and effortlessly.a. Decide which magazines you need to keep. If your answer is – “I probably should read”, get them out of your house.b. If you need to read some magazines for work assignment or your kids need some of them for school, you can keep them.c. Therefore, you should organize them and put them into the place designated. A good solution is to purchase a couple of magazine racks.
Tips No. 193. Small space survival – multiple levels of clothing bars!This clever idea will allow you to keep your tiny closet filled with your up-to-date clothing effectively.First and foremost, pack off-season clothes in vacuum-sealed bags. Then, maximize closet space by hanging multiple levels of clothing bars!