Tips No. 1. Use it or lose it! There is an old American adage “A place for everything and everything in its place”. This is so true. The key is to establish a storage spot for every single object in your entryway. Simplify your life. Determine the essentials and find them their home. Clean the clutter out of your entryway once and for all. This rule applies to all rooms without exception. Even for the basement and attic.
Tips No. 29. Another way to organize incoming/outgoing mail.Where do your papers go when you walk in the door? Keep everything in one easy-to-find place like a bill clips. Mount a few bill clips on a wall in your hallway to keep track of your paperwork.
Tips No. 32. There is no wrong place to start.“Do not wait; the time will never be just right. Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.” – Napoleon HillTherefore, focus on the part of your kitchen. That might be one drawer, it doesn’t matter. It does not sound just like a revolutionary idea, but you will build one small success on top of another small success. Afterwards, you can build a “mountain” of success.a. Examine the selected drawer. Then, empty the drawer on the kitchen table on a counter.b. Immediately get rid of what you won’t need. Do not accumulate anything, and put unnecessary items into donation boxes and garbage bags.c. Then, clean the drawer, and sort the items by frequency of use. Purchase drawer dividers and organize everything. Arrange things that are used the most frequently in the front part of the drawer. Put rest of the thing behind them.This bright idea will save your time and energy.