Tips No. 89. Let go of sentimental clutter!If you still have not cleaned the kitchen, it doesn't matter. Here’s a life hack for you – it's all good! Of course, you know that clear kitchen is better than cluttered, and yet, it is difficult to begin. You don’t like the way your kitchen looks and it holds a spiritual aspect. Somewise. However, you are tired of seeing the clutter in your kitchen. If you are saying now, “Yes, it’s my story”, don’t worry, you are not alone. Millions of people have to deal with this problem.As always, the simplest solutions are the best. It is very important to have the right attitude. Resolve sentiment and throw away all these unwanted and useless things. You will need garbage bags. Declutter every single drawer and cupboard, no exceptions. Ask yourself: “When have I last used this… pan, pot, knife, etc.?” Let go of sentimental clutter!Fill your sink with soapy water for a clean-up of dirty items. And so forth. Baby steps.And remember, work without any pressure. If you got tired, you can finish your job tomorrow. And that's fine. All is well when we move forward!
Tips No. 101. A systematic plan for your bathroom.Bathroom needs a systematic plan for storing and organizing . Try to divide your space into three zones.a. The first zone is designated for everyday items. E.g. soap, toothbrushes, the shampoo, shower gel, and the razor. This zone should be user-friendly and very accessible. Store these items on countertop, in the top drawer, or in hanging baskets.b. The second zone holds items that are used weekly and monthly. E.g. makeup, perfumes, nail care equipment. Store them in the middle drawer and on the toilet-top storage cupboard, taking care to give the items easily accessible spots.c. The third zone is designated for the items that are rarely used. It includes under-sink space and the shelf above the bathroom door.
Tips No. 345. Adjustable laundry guard.Cut clutter in your laundry room and utilize a top surface of your washer.Install the laundry guard to keep your clothes on top of the washer, while providing an extra work surface in your laundry room. This innovative solution keeps clothes, especially small pieces like socks, from falling off. Clever!