Tips No. 28. Keep incoming/outgoing mail organized in your entryway.There are too many paperwork, mail, school papers, and the other paper that you get each day. Where do you put them? If you put them into your entryway every day, you might as well have a designated spot for them.a. Bring all papers together and check them out. Toss every unwanted paper.b. Try to use each and every nook in your entryway. Keep your incoming/outgoing mail organized and tidy in a latter cage. Simply hang a small cage on the wall and use vertical space. Lovely!
Tips No. 235. Cute nesting tables – the solution for a small living room.It serves as a multi-tiered coffee table in your living room. It is easy to move piece of furniture and it provides you with more capabilities than open coffee tables. They are perfect for small living rooms because they take up less space.They come in sets of two or three, so you get an extra tabletop surface as needed.
Tips No. 266. Organizing your recordings (I).The most households have considerable libraries of CDs, DVDs, and otherrecordings. Organizing these items can be challenging.a. It is the best to alphabetically group the films by title and the music by artist.b. It’s the most convenient to place your recordings on a shelf specifically meant for them. These shelves won’t take up your space too much.c. If you collect VHS tapes, you had better label all of those tapes before they create a clutter nightmare.d. In terms of DVD library, the best advice you ever got is – Borrow it, don’t buy it! So, you can rent movies instead of buying them.e. As your musical taste changes, your old CDs can create a lot of clutter. You can sell them on the Internet. Do a search for "sell CDs" or "Used CDs," and you will find specialized websites.