Took out my Zodiac Cadet 350 Inflatable Boat with 9.9 HP Yamaha Outboard to the San Francisco Bay in search of California Halibut. Caught a few with a ...
Tips No. 221. Hang your ironing board.It is no doubt that the ironing board is taking up too much space in almost every home. This thing always falls on you when you open the closet door. Doesn't that sound familiar? Buy coat hangers at a local store, or use old clothes hangers and hang your bothersome ironing board.Measure the length of the ironing board.Place two hangers on the wall in the closet. Screw them according to the instructions. Be sure to make them high enough in order to allow the ironing board to hang properly.Just hang it up and expand your closet space easily and effortlessly.LIVING ROOMEnjoy your clutter-free living room!Are you embarrassed to let anyone come into your living room? Are you putting other things on hold until you solve the problem with clutter in living room.Did you know that you can make every corner of your house or apartment useful? Throw away, toss or donate unwanted items. Try to recycle your items and do your part to keep the environment clean. Simplify the clutter and enjoy your relaxing area to the fullest!
Tips No. 301. It’s time to get organized – built-in shelving systems.It’s a fact – accumulating toys is much easier than giving them away. Decluttering toys can be tricky, but you can get them into ship-shape for sure. You only need enough storage space and good clever plan to store your items.Try to use every inch of available space in child’s room with built-in shelving systems. The lower shelves can be used for small toys and favorites while the upper shelves can display artwork and collectibles.
Tips No. 322. A catchall basket in a kids’ room.This is a clever idea to help your kids get organized in their room. Consider buying a large-sized decorative basket with a lid. Whenever your child leaves something lying around that doesn’t belong in the kids’ room, it goes into designated catchall basket. Put the basket into the corner of the room to save space. Clever!