BROILED HAMBURGER PATTIES RECIPE *** Broil on Hi on the 2nd notch from the top Broil for 5 minutes (give or take) Flip and broil for 5 more minutes (give ...
Tips No. 131. Items that are rarely used.When it comes to organizing the bathroom, there are some items that are rarely used. For instance, guest towels or holiday party curling iron. Yes, it’s true, they are rarely used but they are necessary from time to time. And they can make a lot of clutter. A shelf above the bathroom door is a great spot for these items. Well-organized bathroom truly makes our lives easier.DINING ROOMThe importance of eating togetherIs your dining room a catch-all for clutter? It’s time to win your battle with clutter. There's nothing more beautiful than waking up to a clean dining room space.Dining room promotes healthy eating at home so keep it neat and tidy. Get your dining room shipshape!
Tips No. 149. Get organized – divide into zones.As you probably know, it’s easy to let a room turn chaotic. Use these simple rules to streamline your bedroom. Actually, one of the best methods to tackle the problem is to divide your bedroom into areas. There are three main zones: 1) the sleeping zone; 2) the relaxing and entertaining zone; 3) the grooming zone. There are many of us that have the fourth part and it is the work zone.Everything in your bedroom should fit into one of these three or four categories. If you have an item that doesn’t fit, it may not belong in your bedroom.Declutter one area at a time and don’t move to the next zone until you have finished the previous. Good luck!
Tips No. 291. How to combat book clutter?Decluttering kids’ books can be a challenging task, but with the right plan you will get them well organized.Bring all books together.Toss or donate. Toss everything you no longer use. Get rid of damaged books. Consider donating books that children will never read.Keep. Keep current reference books and books of great financial value. Keep books of great sentimental value, too.Sort and organize. Designate a spot in kids’ room for their books. Invest in a good bookshelf because the number of books will increase over the years. You can sort books in a manner that is logical to you. You can alphabetize kids’ books to make them easier to find desired books.