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Tips No. 63. Organize your food containers.Are these great containers for wet or dry foods scattered in your cupboards? Further, you have food containers without their lids and those that are cracked or smelly or stained. Now it is absolutely clear that you should throw them away. Honestly, you probably have too many kippers. You need 4 small rectangular containers for individual serving lunches, 2 large containers for salads, and 2 containers for packing snacks. That’s it!You can put the containers into a cupboard or a large drawer, it’s up to you. Then, organize them by size and shape. Begin with the largest containers and place them on the bottom; then, work upwards to the smallest containers.
Tips No. 282. A savvy solution for small items.If kids’ room is jammed with tons of clutter, transparent containers make your life easier! Transparent containers are practical because they offer an easy visibility of items. They are perfect for storing small items such as craft supplies and school supplies. You can stack your new containers and save space in kids’ room.If you are switching small items into new containers, try to maintain clutter-free area with a few easy tricks. Designate a spot for each category. For example, designate a box for crayons; then, label that box. Next, designate a box for watercolors, and so on. These transparent containers can hold anything. Kids will love them!
Tips No. 293. Keep kids’ books neatly organized – wall book bin.Wall book bin is designed to be attached directly to the wall next to the desk. It can hold not only books but also magazines, comic books, folders, binders, etc. This is a simple and kid-friendly way to get kids’ necessities well organized. You can install a few book bins and sort the books by categories. Cute.