Tips No. 30. Dealing with your kids.When your kids arrive home from school, they like to dump their backpacks somewhere in a hallway. Backpacks, jackets, caps, and school supplies can get scattered next to the front door. It will create a lot of clutter, right?To help your kids to build a good habit of putting away their stuff, use this little trick. Place wall hooks at convenient spots by the door for their backpacks. If your kids can’t reach the coat rack, assign wall hooks for their coats, jackets, scarves and so on.
Tips No. 64. Get rid of that messy pile in your kitchen drawer.Do you have a junk drawer in your kitchen? While you are going through this pile, ask yourself: Do I really need all these things in my kitchen? You can find markers that have dried out, broken pencils, empty bottles, anything and everything. Of course, they don't belong in the kitchen drawers. Empty the drawer and start cleaning.Get rid of anything that is almost empty. Sure, there are necessary items that should be stored somewhere else. Therefore, transfer them to the suitable places. When you have finished this dirtiest part of the job, you can organize your drawer.
Tips No. 321. Reorganize and declutter room with wrought iron hooks.Would it be great to have everyday items at your fingertips? You can use some wrought iron hooks to hold backpacks, jackets, baskets with handles, and other things. You can also hang the basket to hold small items such as craft supplies. Each child will be assigned a couple of hooks for holding her/his necessities. Lovely!