Tips No. 27. Too many baskets.A basket is a clever solution for almost all kinds of things. Toys, spray bottles, beauty products, and so on. Baskets are great for a quick fix, too. Especially if you are not ready for unexpected guests or you are in a hurry. In this way, you can teach kids to pick up after themselves.You can make some way to use up that big gap of space under your entryway cabinet. You can also use some cup hanger hooks to hang your baskets with handles. It will make a big difference. Give it a try!
Tips No. 50. Declutter your recipes and cookbooks.If you set some ground rules, every item falls into its place. One of these ground rules is – you should complete each area before moving on to the next area. Today, decide to organize recipes and cookbooks. If you take your time, turn on the music and make a cup of tea for yourself, it will seem like a breeze.The whole process depends on how many loose recipes you have got piled up. If you are constantly waste time searching for certain recipes, it’s time for decluttering and organizing. Here are a few pointers for organizing your cookbook and recipes.a. Bring all recipes and cookbooks together.b. Then, think about your reasons for saving recipes. Therefore, review each and every recipe. Get a garbage bag ready. Toss all unwanted recipes and organize all your reams of recipes.c. Sort the recipes by categories. Divide them into groups. For example, old family recipes, new non-tested recipes, practical recipes, etc. Whatever you like. Enjoy cooking!
Tips No. 278. Use desktop and drawer organizers.Is kids’ desk cluttered with papers, pens, rulers, notebooks and other items? Do you want to help your kids bring order to their homework station? The solution is simple – use desktop and drawer organizers. Your kids can divide their items and group them into categories for better organization results. Choose from different designs, patterns, and sizes and create a wonderful space for studying and creative activities.