Tips No. 99. Decluttering missions for the entire bathroom.Take the 10-10-10 challenge! This would mean:10 items to be repaired and returned to the positions to which they belong;10 items to throw away;10 items to donate;It will be an exciting way to organize 30 things in your bathroom right now. This challenge is an incredibly fun to take so that children will join you willingly. What's the best of all? This challenge will become an entertaining competition between your kids. Keep this tip in your back pocket and use it every time when your bathroom is a total mess. You can use this trick in any part of your house. The principles remained the same.
Tips No. 312. Garden baskets for plush toys and stuffed animals.Keep kid’s favorite plush toys in one place with this great idea. Simply hang garden baskets on a wall. Make sure to hang them at a low height so your little ones can reach them and put them back easily. Teach your children to love the uncluttered look. It’s a lovely look!This clutter is demanding of you a lot of hard-earned money. Help your kids declutter their stuff. There is one more important tip for you – begin buying fewer toys and avoid duplicate toys. Fewer toys will benefit your kids in many different ways. Kids will learn to be more creative and they learn to take greater care of their stuff. It results in a less-cluttered and healthier home!
Tips No. 340. A great way to organize your cleaning supplies – under sink space.Space under the sink is usually hard to get to and, therefore, it becomes forgotten over time. Space under the sink offers a lot of possibilities to store your laundry supplies.a. Corral your detergents by using a metal caddy or a bucket and conceal it under your sink.b. You can organize spray bottles by installing a tension rod under your sink.c. Then, try to store garbage bags.d. One of the most useful organizing solutions is a clear bin. Use a few clear bins to keep your detergents neatly organized. Go one step further and label your bins. Make cleanup a breeze!!