Tips No. 177. Create a spot for incoming papers.You used to have piles and piles of incoming papers. Various notices, receipts, manuals, flyers, warranties and the other papers. The whole family, including you, put them into different spots and they are scattered all over the house – on the kitchen table, on the dresser in the hallway, on the counter, etc. Even all over your car. So you can’t find anything! Stop battling with the paper clutter once and for all!Designate an in-box tray in a certain location of your home. Put each and every paper into that in-box tray. Got some papers? Put it into your inbox. Done! This is a little change, but it can apparently transform your paperwork. It is such a relief and happiness to have them finally sorted!
Tips No. 196. Keep your ties well organized.You can use a wall space to organize items in your wardrobe. If you have a large-sized wall in your closet, it can be a perfect home for your favorite ties. You can arrange a pegboard for this purpose. In this way, you will be able to organize and rearrange your items whenever you want. There is an old rule – Out of sight, out of mind! You should keep your ties organized. Otherwise, you will not be able to see and find all of them. This idea works for hats, shawls, scarves and other items that you can hang. Let your imagination go wild!
Tips No. 322. A catchall basket in a kids’ room.This is a clever idea to help your kids get organized in their room. Consider buying a large-sized decorative basket with a lid. Whenever your child leaves something lying around that doesn’t belong in the kids’ room, it goes into designated catchall basket. Put the basket into the corner of the room to save space. Clever!