Tips No. 92. Designate a drinking zone.Organize a mini coffee shop in your very own kitchen! You only need to find a spot, e.g. on your countertop to start organizing your favorite drinks. Get rid of your old and useless coffee machine.a. Choose your favorite coffee machine and you will make this space special. You can purchase a coffee urn, teapot, traditional coffee maker, or espresso machine. It’s up to you.b. Next, keep your most-used cups and mugs handy. You can arrange them on a nice tray. Then, keep your favorite tea and coffee jars well organized in your drink area.c. After that, organize condiments. Find some pretty vessels to keep your honey, sugar or cream.d. Afterwards, add wooden disposable stir sticks or washable spoons. Enjoy your coffee!
Tips No. 200. Keep your jeans organized.Are you sentimentally attached to your jeans? Purge your closet following these simple guidelines.a. Analyze every individual pair of jeans. Can you see yourself wearing these jeans? If your answer is NO, get rid of it no matter how stylish or expensive it might look. If your jeans don’t make you feel absolutely amazing, get rid of it right now. You can donate them or give them away.b. Repairing and repurposing. Out of sight means less visual clutter, but jeans hidden in the wardrobe tend to be forgotten. Therefore, consider shortening or hemming if you think it'll be worth it. Set aside anything that needs repair and take it to the tailor as soon as possible.c. Keep them neat and tidy. Items like jeans can be much more easily stored by organizing on a shelf. You can sort them by style, color, etc. However, you can choose your favorite method of organizing.Remember – even if you get rid of all your jeans, you're still you!
Tips No. 337. Get your cleaning supplies neatly organized.Whatever you use liquid or powder detergent or you like to use homemade detergent, they can make clutter in your laundry room. Here are a few ideas to keep your cleaning supplies neat and tidy.a. Your goal is to eliminate as much junk as possible, right? Check your cleaning supplies. Get rid of expired items and almost empty bags and bottles.b. Realistically, how many laundry products do you need? Consider buying a detergent that works for all fabrics. Baking soda and vinegar are excellent homemade solutions for softening and protecting your clothes.c. Use glass jars to keep track of your cleaning supplies. Remember – keep your detergents in a cool and dry place.