Tips No. 275. Organize a comfortable sleeping area.It’s so easy to let a child’s room turn chaotic; moreover, most people have a small child’s bedroom. It’s important to declutter bed and under bed space periodically.a. Pick all the garbage off the floor and throw it away. Remove all items that don’t belong in kids’ bedroom.b. You should only have pillows and one soft toy on the child’ bed.c. Then, declutter a bedside table. Free up space for necessities such as a glass of water, a lamp, and maybe a magazine or a book. Consider buying a bedside table with drawers so your child will be able to put necessities back. In this way, you will keep it from getting too messy.
Tips No. 323. Teach your little ones to be organized – multicolored drawers.Teaching kids some good organizing habits can be tricky, but it's worth the effort. Is anything better than entering into kids’ room and seeing a clean and organized space?The multicolored drawers offer plenty of storage space for different kids’ items such as socks, caps, underwear, etc. Your child will learn that underwear goes in green, caps in yellow, and so on. Easy!PETSLife hacks for a clutter-free pet's area“Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened.” – Anatole France.If your home is jammed with pet knickknacks and you can’t manage it, it’s time to relax. You always do your best, but things are getting out of control sometimes. No big deal!You can learn how to keep pets’ stuff organized. Organization of “pet zone” requires decluttering, cleaning, and sorting to make your space a calming haven. Let's get organized!
Tips No. 325. A clever organization for your beloved pet.At the beginning, put like items together. For instance, gather items you need to walk your dog into one pile, bath accessories go in the second pile, etc. Create a station for each activity and your pet will get organized once and for all. Then, find a spot for each and every item.It’s wise to create a pet binder to keep important pet information well-organized and sorted. The information includes off-limit foods, allergies, anamnesis, the phone numbers of nearest veterinary clinics, pet passport, and so on.