Tips No. 104. Cut clutter in the bathroom – Shower and bath caddies.Personal hygiene products are scattered all over your bathroom. And you hate all that mess! Keeping your bathroom tidy and organized can be challenging. However, with a goodwill you can win this battle.Your favorite moisturizers, lotions, deodorants and the other products can be cleverly organized and stored. Try hanging a bath caddy! You should hang it on a hook mounted on the wall and the problem is solved. Shower and bath caddies will declutter the floor of your bathroom. Therefore, install this great item close to your bathtub or hang it in your shower cabin, and take a shower right now! You can use bath caddies in order to organize your makeup, too. After decluttering, prepare a relaxing bath and enjoy!
Tips No. 141. Keep your sideboard neat and tidy.Coasters, china, stemware, silverware bottle openers, and so on. There are a lot of things in your sideboard. This piece of furniture is designed to hold so many items and because of that it is perfect for your dining room. How to keep it organized and enjoy your dining room to the fullest?a. Set aside some time, e.g. on Saturday morning, after family breakfast. Remove everything from the sideboard and bring together. Toss damaged, broken, and useless things. Donate duplicates and things that you will never use again.b. Further, wipe down your sideboard and remove dust and spills. Clean and polish each item.c. Create groups for all things that you will put back on the sideboard. Designate a spot for each group of items. Decide how to store them: vertically or horizontally. Arrange your items and enjoy the new look of your sideboard!
Tips No. 256. Prevent magazine clutter.Are your floor and tabletops cluttered with magazines? Or your magazines are stacked in piles in a corner of your living room? It’s time to cut that clutter once and for all! Here are a few steps to clear clutter and get organized.Step one: Bring all your magazines together.Step two: Have a trash bag on hand and toss unwanted magazines. Dispose of everything that you haven't used in the last year and you will never use again. Try to recycle your magazines and do your part to keep the environment clean.Step three: Decide which magazines you need to keep. If your answer is – “I probably should read”, get them out of your house. If you need to read some magazines for work assignment or your kids need some of them for school, you can keep them.Step four: Sort and organize your magazines.