Here's my updated version of how to draw a dragon! My previous one was only the head, So I thought I'd do another one, only this time the whole body as well!
Tips No. 180. A shoe organizer can help you to organize your craft supplies.You have a huge collection of craft supplies, right? However, they are falling on the floor of your room, they are chucked to the back end. There is a simple trick for that. A plastic Over-the-Door shoe organizer is your solution! It is perfect for storing all these small items.Hang a shoe organizer on the door of your room or the closet.Put your craft supplies in their seats.
Tips No. 254. Organize books according to your style.If you are a big fan of books, you can face the problem with too many books and a lack of shelves. Too many books create too much clutter in your house. Drawers wouldn’t shut, shelves are full and old books could be found in every room. Book, books, book… So you finally realize, it’s time to let go of some of them.The advice is simple – remove the excess and set yourself free!There is no doubt, it is a large project, but it is important to start from somewhere.a. First of all, you must get rid of some books. What can you do with your old and unwanted books? You can sell these books online or donate them to the local library.b. Now dust the shelves and the books. You can use a vacuum cleaner for some of the books.c. Next logical step, sort your books by genre or author. You can also arrange them by the frequency of use. It’s totally up to you. The books should be nice and neatly sorted and easily accessible.d. Keep in mind that you can store over thousands of books on your e-reader.Keep your books organized from now onwards; enjoy reading!
Tips No. 292. Choose the appropriate storage.Now, kids’ room is under control. Relatively. But half a loaf is better than none! So, be careful. If your children go back to their old habits, toys, clothing and papers are likely to start piling up again. Of course, you don't want that to happen! Therefore, you have to devote some time to your little ones, teaching them to follow good habits. You can teach your child that each and every item has a “home”.Your little ones learn by example and they want to be involved. Therefore, allow them to choose the “home” for their favorite books. Ask your child to help you select the right storage space. It is important that this storage should make sense for your child, not for you. Thus, your child will learn basic organizing skills.