Tips No. 30. Dealing with your kids.When your kids arrive home from school, they like to dump their backpacks somewhere in a hallway. Backpacks, jackets, caps, and school supplies can get scattered next to the front door. It will create a lot of clutter, right?To help your kids to build a good habit of putting away their stuff, use this little trick. Place wall hooks at convenient spots by the door for their backpacks. If your kids can’t reach the coat rack, assign wall hooks for their coats, jackets, scarves and so on.
Tips No. 86. Get a lot of extra storage with hanging shelves.There are a lot of kitchen tools that you use on a daily basis. Especially if you love cooking every day. Tired of seeing the clutter in your kitchen? So what to do with these piles of bowls, dishes, spoons, and other kitchen equipment? Dish cloths and towels that are scattered everywhere.What about hanging shelves? Hanging shelves are inexpensive and practical solutions for small kitchens and tight storage spaces. They are easy to install and you can find them in popular colors and different sizes. The possibilities are endless. Therefore, consider putting hanging shelves into your organization scheme for the kitchen and pantry.
Tips No. 132. The “three-box” method for your dining room.First, you should buy three boxes. They will be: “keep”, “give away”, and “trash”.As you set out to declutter your dining room, this interesting technique will help you a lot. This also can be super funny competition between you and your kids or you and your husband.Each and every item in your dining room should be placed into one of the three categories. All without exception. Remember – no item was passed over!