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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.
Tips No. 127. Organize your hair accessories.You are doing your hair and you need some bobby pins urgently. Where are the thousands of bobby pins you bought? Hair clips, hair grips, barrettes, hair bands… there are too much items. This is a budget-friendly way to organize your favorite cheap but valuable small items. Actually, you will need zero dollars!You can clean an old shoe box and use it for all your hair trinkets. Cover the box with wrapping paper of choice. And Voila! Bask in the glory of your new lifestyle!
Tips No. 355. Focus on one area at a time.Set the mood with your favorite music and get to work! Focus on one area at a time. Try to break down the job into a few small manageable tasks and avoid discouragement and tiredness.a. Bring all items together. Consider tossing, selling or donating unwanted items. Get rid of things “just in case”, too.b. The rest of items that you have decided to keep, group by categories.c. Use large totes because they can hold many things.d. Designate an empty bin for the clutter from your house. From time to time, you should empty this bin and maintain this clutter-free environment.