Tips No. 167. Declutter the work zone.It is the time to organize place where you do homework, study or work. Here are some guidelines:a. Gather decluttering tools such as garbage bags. Bring all items together. You should have four garbage bags: keep, give away, sell, and trash. Sort each item into one of the piles.b. Then, throw unwanted items away. Toss everything that is broken, rusty, useless, etc.c. It's not enough for your workspace to be tidy — it must be clean, too. Take a duster and clean your stuff.d. Put everything back and enjoy your new desk.Remember – you can turn your workspace into a clutter-free paradise!
Tips No. 273. How to declutter children’s bedroom?Toss it or keep it. While you are going through the room, ask yourself: “Do my kids really need all these things in the bedroom?” and “Is anything in their sleeping area unused?”. Remember to ask: “What's important to my child?”. Then, toss unwanted items.Keep it simple. Make six piles together with your kids – “keep”, “put away in another place”, “give away”, “sell”, “trash”, and “recycle (repurpose)”.Sort. It is important to designate a spot for each and every item. Put items back in their places.
Tips No. 348. A few creative ways to make doing laundry easier.a. Rolling laundry basket dresser. With this great asset, you can spend less time doing laundry for sure. Simply roll this basket dresser around your house and pick up the family’s laundry. This mobile solution allows you to presort laundry easily and do laundry chore faster and better.b. Labeled baskets. You can use cute laundry baskets assigned to each family member. Label them to save your time and give yourself a little peace of mind!