Tips and tricks are the new hot thing. Everyone wants life hacks for simplifying any and all tasks. Finding the quickest and also the most effective way to do a task has never been as easy as it is today. Whether you’re living in a tiny space or have children running wild, this post will give you unique ways of maintaining organization and even how to create interesting multipurpose solutions for the clutter in your home or office.
Thinking outside of the box is the best way to achieve this. From drawers built into the side of the staircase, to simpler methods like collapsible storage bins, the list goes on. But first, take a step back and look around the room. Take note of what it is that is plaguing you currently. If you’ve got papers stacked high and out of order, toys littering the ground or a closet stuffed to the brim with old clothes and tangled hangers, write it down. Doing this will keep you focused on each goal and will allow you to further write out anything information about how to correct the issue.
If you have children, keeping clean and neat is hardly the first thing on your mind but if you don’t stay on top of it, it can easily get out of hand. Having cubbies and bins for toys and shoes will save a ton of space. Make sure that every item has its own home and communicate this to your children. Offering rewards to them for a job well done will encourage them to follow through, until one day, putting their belongings away becomes second nature.
A cool and stylish way to organize is with bookshelves. Or even DIY shelves stacked in rows around the room. On a bookshelf, depending on the size and how many there are, each shelf or unit itself can be dedicated to a specific theme. Maybe one row holds shoes, another books and movies. The top row can be used for decorating or housing keys and spare change. Think about how much head room there is, even in a small space and the potential it has for organization. A small house doesn’t mean you’re doomed for clutter. All you need is a little creativity. Closets, bathroom and kitchens can be a lot harder to organize. There is limited room both width and in height. The best ways to tidy up these parts of the home is to use other items for things they may not have been made for. Try taking a silverware tray and storing loose paperclips, rubber bands and pens in a drawer. It’s neat and everything is contained. Vacuum sealing old clothes and storing them under the bed on in the attic is great for clearing up space in closets. Honestly, there are countless ways to stay organized, the hardest part is finding the best solution for you.
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