Tips No. 35. A systematically organized cooking space.You can make the most of your kitchen. Before you start cluttering of your cooking zone, consider how many cabinets you have. Which area are used for which cooking tasks? How many kitchen appliances and dishes can you purge? You can get a detailed plan on paper.a. Bring all cooking utensils and tools together. Toss unwanted cooking tools.b. Put the spices, oils and bottles of vinegar into designated spots.c. Organize spoons, knives, cutting boards, etc.d. Organize your pots, pans skillets, and other cookware. Try to organize all cookware close to your stove. And from now onwards, when you want to find your cooking tool, you'll always know where it is.
Tips No. 129. Hair ties, ponytail holders, and headbands.For everyday hairstyle, make sure you're stocked up on essential hair accessories. Nevertheless, they are scattered throughout the bathroom, bedroom, and the other rooms. And they create clutter! Realistically, how many of those trinkets do you need? Therefore, get rid of old and useless headbands and ties. Free yourself from this type of clutter.You can use an oatmeal container for hair accessories storage. Or you can purchase an inexpensive decorative bin for that purpose.
Tips No. 149. Get organized – divide into zones.As you probably know, it’s easy to let a room turn chaotic. Use these simple rules to streamline your bedroom. Actually, one of the best methods to tackle the problem is to divide your bedroom into areas. There are three main zones: 1) the sleeping zone; 2) the relaxing and entertaining zone; 3) the grooming zone. There are many of us that have the fourth part and it is the work zone.Everything in your bedroom should fit into one of these three or four categories. If you have an item that doesn’t fit, it may not belong in your bedroom.Declutter one area at a time and don’t move to the next zone until you have finished the previous. Good luck!