Tips No. 285. Use recycled storage – “monkey see, monkey do” method.Your little ones learn by the “monkey see, monkey do” method. So you have to set a good example. Teach your child that he/she doesn’t need stuff to be happy. Find a creative, cheap and fun way to stash and organize these necessities.Watercolor pens, pom poms, feathers, and other items are scattered all over the desk. Use empty coffee cans to store crafting items and declutter work area. Simply wrap these cans in a decorative paper of choice and arrange them on kids’ desk. Kids will be delighted! You can also repurpose old galvanized buckets.
Tips No. 312. Garden baskets for plush toys and stuffed animals.Keep kid’s favorite plush toys in one place with this great idea. Simply hang garden baskets on a wall. Make sure to hang them at a low height so your little ones can reach them and put them back easily. Teach your children to love the uncluttered look. It’s a lovely look!This clutter is demanding of you a lot of hard-earned money. Help your kids declutter their stuff. There is one more important tip for you – begin buying fewer toys and avoid duplicate toys. Fewer toys will benefit your kids in many different ways. Kids will learn to be more creative and they learn to take greater care of their stuff. It results in a less-cluttered and healthier home!
Tips No. 338. Behind the door – an over-the-door shoe organizer.Do not underestimate the importance of a good organizer. However, you don’t have to waste your hard-earned money on some expensive organizers. Turn a laundry door into extra storage space by hanging an over-the-door shoe organizer.This versatile organizer can hold various types of things such as cleaners and tools. Therefore, you will keep them out of the way but visible.Then, behind the door, you can designate a spot for essentials like a mop, broom, ironing tools, etc.