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Tips No. 4. Remove off-season items and hide clutter instantly! There is an old space-saving idea – remove off-season items from your entryway. Don’t store them in your hall closet. It’s summertime and you still keep kids’ ski equipment in your entryway closet. Remove these items to another convenient place (e.g. basement, attic, garage etc.) You should also consider buying an attractive bureau (a chest of drawers) to hide unwanted items instantly. However, designate a spot for keys, a spot for sunglasses, wallets, etc. And stick to it.
Tips No. 29. Another way to organize incoming/outgoing mail.Where do your papers go when you walk in the door? Keep everything in one easy-to-find place like a bill clips. Mount a few bill clips on a wall in your hallway to keep track of your paperwork.
Tips No. 71. It’s time to organize your freezer (Part II).a. Group all your food into categories based on how often you use it.b. It’s time to gather up your supplies. Therefore, consider purchasing some organizers. Use at least one bin for each category of food. You can find inexpensive plastic containers to store your food properly. Make sure to choose the right containers, such as adequate foils, plastic bags, or plastic containers. Your goal is to keep air out and maximize freezer space.c. Actually, you should freeze foods with high moisture content. You should know what's freezable. You can freeze meat, fish, berries, shrimp, etc. On the other hand, you can’t freeze fried foods or yogurt.d. If you want to be even more organized, take the time to label and date your foods. You don’t want to defrost the wrong thing, right?