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. 128. A fun way to organize trinkets.Girls love trinkets. Earrings, bracelets, necklace, etc. Yours or your daughter’s costume jewelry deserves a special "home". However, it does not have to be an expensive box or jewelry holder. You can use mason jars! You can also add some labels to group your jewelry. Then, you can paint your jars, wrap a fancy ribbon around them, add lace and tinsels. You will have great and inexpensive jewelry storage. At the same time, you will have fun decorating your jars.
Tips No. 233. Organize your coffee table.How about decluttering your living room? You can start from a coffee table. Do you have the coffee table jammed with clutter? Does anything belong in another room? Can something be tossed out?Your coffee table in the living room is perfect for items that are apt to be used frequently. But usually, it is cluttered with a wide variety of items. However, you can make the most of your storage options. Clean your coffee table and clear clutter out of drawers. Now you can use it for the stack of your favorite magazines, the books, coasters, candle holder, etc. Anyway, try to keep this storage spot organized.