Tips No. 200. Keep your jeans organized.Are you sentimentally attached to your jeans? Purge your closet following these simple guidelines.a. Analyze every individual pair of jeans. Can you see yourself wearing these jeans? If your answer is NO, get rid of it no matter how stylish or expensive it might look. If your jeans don’t make you feel absolutely amazing, get rid of it right now. You can donate them or give them away.b. Repairing and repurposing. Out of sight means less visual clutter, but jeans hidden in the wardrobe tend to be forgotten. Therefore, consider shortening or hemming if you think it'll be worth it. Set aside anything that needs repair and take it to the tailor as soon as possible.c. Keep them neat and tidy. Items like jeans can be much more easily stored by organizing on a shelf. You can sort them by style, color, etc. However, you can choose your favorite method of organizing.Remember – even if you get rid of all your jeans, you're still you!
Tips No. 208. Brilliant organization ideas – over-the-door rack.Tired of searching for an article of clothing in your overstuffed closet?Over-the-door racks give you maximum storage capabilities. You can hang your bags, scarves, belts, etc. There is also an over-the-door shoe cubby to organize your shoes.
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.