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Tips No. 219. Keep your sunglasses neatly organized.Your sunglasses are scattered all over your house. There are sunglasses in your purse, on your kitchen table, all over your closet, in dressers, etc. But today's the day!a. Get rid of broken, chipped and unwanted glasses. Old fashion trends become fresh again, but you cannot save all your items. So it’s time to get rid of sunglasses that you wore in high school. You can create the "not sure" pile and consider giving away, donating, or tossing.b. It’s time to store and organize your sunglasses. Here’re a few amazing ideas to keep your sunglasses neatly organized.Install a small towel rack to hang your eyewear.You can use a simple clothes hanger.Display your favorites on a beautiful tray. Show your collection with a pride!You can store your sunglasses in a cute mini basket. You can hang the basket on a wall. So be creative and inspired, the possibilities are endless!
Tips No. 270. Declutter kids' rooms – well begun is half done!While the same basic rules for decluttering apply when you organize children’s room, there are some small differences and the additional considerations. How to begin?a. First and foremost, you should involve your kids in the process of decluttering their rooms. The primary and the most important goal is to teach them how to care for their things.b. Before you start decluttering, sit down and try to explain the organization process to them. They should understand basics, so stick to simplicity. Everything else will be described during the process. Decluttering and organizing are best shown by example.c. Make space for children’s questions. If children understand what is expected of them, they will be much more cooperative.
Tips No. 317. Declutter kids' clothes – basics.When you go to declutter your kids' clothes, find some large boxes such as moving boxes, as well as a couple of garbage bags. You can also ask for empty boxes at your grocery store or local restaurant. Here is a simple question to keep in mind: Is this really useful? Here are some guidelines to get started decluttering of children’s clothes:a. Toss, donate, or recycle. Take everything out of the kids’ closet. Have a trash bag on hand and toss unwanted pieces of clothing. Don’t keep the pieces of clothes that need repair, unless you are planning to repair them.b. Clean up. Then, wipe down the interior and shelves.c. What's the purpose? Keep things that are in wearable condition. Throw away the items with stains or tiny holes.d. "To be, or not to be..." Create a "maybe" box if you are unsure about some items. Make final decisions within a month.e. The best part. Create your shopping list.f. Outgrown kids’ clothes. Carefully store outgrown kids’ clothes if there are younger siblings that can wear hand-me-downs.