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Tips No. 63. Organize your food containers.Are these great containers for wet or dry foods scattered in your cupboards? Further, you have food containers without their lids and those that are cracked or smelly or stained. Now it is absolutely clear that you should throw them away. Honestly, you probably have too many kippers. You need 4 small rectangular containers for individual serving lunches, 2 large containers for salads, and 2 containers for packing snacks. That’s it!You can put the containers into a cupboard or a large drawer, it’s up to you. Then, organize them by size and shape. Begin with the largest containers and place them on the bottom; then, work upwards to the smallest containers.
Tips No. 77. Smart organizing ideas for your kitchen (Part II).It is time to organize lunch boxes. It will be a 15-minute mission. How to get rid of excess food storage containers? It is easier than you think. But a huge pile of these food containers will fall out each time you open your cupboard. It is even worse when your drawer can not be closed well because it is so stuffed with items. Therefore, you need to get control over these items.Keep a reasonable amount of lunch boxes. And you should toss or recycle the rest. This is especially true for old margarine and yogurt plastic containers. Margarine and yogurt plastic containers are cheap solutions, but after a long time, they look bad and smell bad, too. Then, you should get rid of all the boxes that no longer had their lids. Afterwards, try to recycle old plastic lunch boxes and the other food storage containers.
Tips No. 299. A simple plan to declutter the toys.If you struggle with toy clutter, come up with an efficient toy-organizing plan and you will get all toys under control once and for all.Focus. First and foremost, try to focus on one area of kids’ room at a time. Apply simple rule named “only one activity at a time” and avoid being distracted. For example, focus on under bed storage. Gather all of the toys into bed.Keep track of the toys. Next, you should designate a spot for each and every toy, without exception. You can add labels and take this task to the next level. Therefore, from now on, when your child wants to play with certain toy, he/she will always know where it is.