Tips No. 88. Two commandments of a clutter-free pantry.Do you have a system to keep snack packs easily accessible for your children? The solution is setting up a drawer in your pantry to corral snack packs and treats.a. You can add drawers at the bottom of your pantry. This idea provides quick access to snack foods. Your kids will love this idea. Store these items in the labeled drawer, so that children will always have easy access to them when they come back from school. But remember, be sure to buy healthy treats such as packs of nuts, whole grain cereal, granola bars. That drawer should be low enough for small hands to reach.b. Secondly, you can store your favorite snacks corralled in clear plastic containers so that your kids can see at a glance what is kept inside. This is a great solution for an afternoon pick-me-up. And you will have less mess, which means – less stress!
Tips No. 171. Desk makeover – never enough baskets.Position buckets on the side of your craft table or work desk and you'll get extra space storage for your small items. Add baskets to hold your necessities and trinkets. You will have all these items at your fingertips and desk will be clutter-free! And remember – it must be inspiring!
Tips No. 269. How to maintain a decluttered living room?Your clutter defines a part of you as a person. For example, if you love collectibles or books, these things reflect your passion. However, you should be organized. How to maintain decluttered living room?a. Try to spend ten minutes each evening clearing out everything that doesn’t belong in your living room.b. Then, each time you plan to buy something new for your living room, search through your drawers and cabinets so you do not buy duplicates.c. It is important to sort through your cabinets and drawers at the start of each season.CHILDREN’S ROOM”Cut clutter game”It’s time to let go of past and make space for new memories. Before you start decluttering kids’ room, sit down and try to explain the organization process to them. Stick to simplicity. Decluttering and organizing are best shown by example. Let’s play the “Cut clutter game”!