Tips No. 163. Use every corner in your tiny bedroom.If you don’t have a closet in the bedroom, you can hang your clothes on a tension rod. You can also hang towels and other items. If you are a fan of the simplicity, this is a right solution for you. And when you want to find some item, you will always know where it is.
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.
Tips No. 333. Declutter the laundry room – divide into zones.Laundry room tends to fall into chaos without the right decluttering plan. Here’s a plan to help you get well-organized. Divide your laundry room into zones: 1) an area for washer and dryer; 2) an area for laundry supplies; 3) drying zone; 4) laundry ironing and folding.Focus on one area at a time to simplify your decluttering process and get organized.