Tips No. 54. Organize your foods by categories.Now you can start grouping foods by categories. There are five basic categories:1) Canned goods and jars2) Bulk items (e.g. rice, nuts, beans, and other dry goods)3) Snacks4) Chocolate and desserts5) Prepackaged foodDon’t forget to use doors. You should use the space on the inside of your pantry doors. Purchase a good door organizer and store bottles, sauces, jars, etc. And an extra tip for you: Use a pantry inventory sheet and pen to keep track of what you have!
Tips No. 211. Creative solutions for your small closet.Living in a small house or apartment can have its own advantages, but a small closet isn’t one of them. Luckily, you can extend and even double your closet space. Here’re the solutions that will blow your mind.a. You can double your hanging space by adding an extender rod.b. Double closet space with under shelf baskets and use all the space available to you!c. If you want to keep the price down, consider this practical solution – Give yourself some extra shelving by hanging a spice rack on your wall next to the closet.
Tips No. 275. Organize a comfortable sleeping area.It’s so easy to let a child’s room turn chaotic; moreover, most people have a small child’s bedroom. It’s important to declutter bed and under bed space periodically.a. Pick all the garbage off the floor and throw it away. Remove all items that don’t belong in kids’ bedroom.b. You should only have pillows and one soft toy on the child’ bed.c. Then, declutter a bedside table. Free up space for necessities such as a glass of water, a lamp, and maybe a magazine or a book. Consider buying a bedside table with drawers so your child will be able to put necessities back. In this way, you will keep it from getting too messy.