Tips No. 9. Remember to organize your shoes. There is no doubt that even a few pairs of extra shoes can create mess and clutter. How to declutter your shoes? There are a few basic tips: a. Therefore, the standard tip is simple – get rid of anything you have not worn in a year or two. You can donate your old shoes. b. You may be able to repair some pair of shoes. c. Everything else that you can’t wear or donate, just throw it in the trash. d. A simple pallet can be used to store shoes. Remove off-season shoes from your entryway. It’s important to maintain this new clutter-free environment you've created. Once a month, you should take some time to clean this space of dust and dirt. And remember – it gets easier with time!
Tips No. 256. Prevent magazine clutter.Are your floor and tabletops cluttered with magazines? Or your magazines are stacked in piles in a corner of your living room? It’s time to cut that clutter once and for all! Here are a few steps to clear clutter and get organized.Step one: Bring all your magazines together.Step two: Have a trash bag on hand and toss unwanted magazines. Dispose of everything that you haven't used in the last year and you will never use again. Try to recycle your magazines and do your part to keep the environment clean.Step three: Decide which magazines you need to keep. If your answer is – “I probably should read”, get them out of your house. If you need to read some magazines for work assignment or your kids need some of them for school, you can keep them.Step four: Sort and organize your magazines.
Tips No. 356. How to keep all of your gardening tools neat and tidy?If you are tired of seeing the clutter in your garage or a shed and waste time looking for tools, it’s time to solve this problem. There is no doubt – clutter can really influence the way you work. The well-organized tools will save you time and energy. Here’re simple hacks for decluttering the garden shed.1) Take out all of you gardening tools that you have in the garage. Check out each individual tool. Clean out everything.2) Create two piles: 1) items that you want to keep, and 2) items that you need to get rid of. Get rid of everything that is broken and useless. That’s simply trash.3) Reorganize your tools. For example: keep frequently used tools close at hand using the hooks. Use a pegboard to hang small tools. Use an old wooden palette for larger tools. Find a convenient place to store each and every tool and you will tackle this task over the weekend.