Tips No. 217.Organize your jewelry boxes.Here are a few simple steps to declutter your jewelry box once and for all.a. Empty your jewelry box or boxes on a table.b. Can something be tossed out? Throw out any trash. Dump inexpensive chains, cheap and rusty costume jewelry, defunct watches, etc. Then, discard all earrings that have lost their mates. Remove broken jewelry that is not worth repairing. The rest that is worth repairing set aside and take to a jeweler.c. Next, sort your jewelry into two groups: the jewelry you use every day and the pieces of considerable value. As for the second group, store them in a safe-deposit box.d. Old jewelry with sentimental associations can be stored separately if possible.That’s it, your jewelry collection should be manageable from now onwards.
Tips No. 220. Keep your purse neat and tidy.A huge number of women carry handbags packed with clutter. Makeup, visit cards, old candy wrappers, minty mints, pens, tissues, snacks… There is a simple way to tackle this problem.1) First, dump out your handbag on the table.2) Throw out any trash, such as expired membership cards, unwanted photographs, the perfume that's missing the spray bulb. Out!3) Next, declutter your wallet. Organize your credit cards, phone numbers, and money.Organize essentials in designated places: cell phone, wallet, keys, notebook and pen, small pack of tissues, lip balm, and hand cream. You can do it!
Tips No. 225. Ideas for organizing your open shelving.Open shelving is a great idea to add some much-needed organization to your living room. Follow these simple rules and you will keep your living room shipshape.a. Preparation. First and foremost, make sure you'll have enough space. If you are not sure, consider buying adjustable shelving.b. Categorization. Group items by category. Put like with like.c. Imagination. Invest in good containers such as decorative wire baskets or vintage buckets. Let your imagination run wild!d. Presentation. Display your favorites like family heirlooms and photographs. However, be careful not to overcrowd your shelves.