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34 Ingenious Ways To De-Clutter Your Entire Life

34 Ingenious Ways To De-Clutter Your Entire Life
1. When buying electronics, download the manual and store it in the cloud. If you’re positive you won’t be returning it, you can safely discard the manual. Uploading an electronic copy to the virtual cloud of your choice keeps you covered in case the manufacturer stops producing the item and takes the manual down from their site. Read more here about archiving your manuals into iBooks (if you have an iPad). 2. Whenever you’re cleaning a room, get rid of at least five items, whether it’s a piece of trash, an old magazine, or just something you haven’t used in ages. 3. 4. The hooks take up less space than hangers. 5. It’s a great place to keep organized baskets. 6. They’re easier to find, easier to put away. 7. There are a myriad of reasons. 1) It serves as a mission control center for organizing and folding, 2) you’ll be less likely to climb into bed and take a nap in the middle of your cleaning sesh, and 3) your messy stuff will look weird and out of place once the bed is all neat. 8. 9. 1.

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Creative Storage Solutions - Megan Brooke Handmade I live in a teeny tiny apartment. It has plenty of space for little ole me, but when it comes to storage, it’s a little sparce. I’ve mentioned before that I might be a borderline hoarder. I have a ton of stuff, I’ll be the first to admit. 52 Ways to Improve Your Homes Curb Appeal Don’t miss out! Follow on Facebook and bring more love and life into your home. ---------- Sponsored Links ---------- Whether you’re looking to place your home on the market or not, it’s always good to be thinking about curb appeal. These are all my favorite ideas I have compiled from all over the web. I really hope you enjoy the list!

12 Simple Storage Solutions Heavy-duty utility shelves 1 of 2 Big box storage Build sturdy, simple shelves, custom sized to hold boxes or other storage containers. 2 of 2 Organizing Winter Gear Dear scratchy wool hats, keep-warm hats and “cute” hats, mismatched gloves, baby hats, toddler hats, mittens, gloves, outdoor gloves, “just-for-looks” gloves, Even Steven’s 20-gazillion winter scarf-collection and a random faux-fur hat… This year – I am going to win! I will not spend my mornings (or my afternoons or my evenings) looking for hats, mittens or gloves. I will not spend my days finding winter gear strewn around the house.

The Less Mess Project: Pantry Reveal! Well, I’ve spent the last week painting, stenciling, and organizing my pantry and I have to admit…it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done. Not because it was particularly fun to do, but because the results make life so much easier. Seriously, if I had known how much less stressed having an organized pantry would make me feel I would have done it years ago. So, here it is…my organized masterpiece.

Physostegia virginiana Description[edit] It is a rhizomatous perennial herb producing clumps of stiff, squared stems 2 to 4 feet tall. The leaves are lance-shaped and toothed. It has long, dense spikes of lipped, pinkish, "snapdragon-like" flowers in the summer.[2] Trash To Treasure Decorating: Dresser I am one of those people who is not afraid to stop my car on the side of the road to pick up other peoples cast-offs. I enjoy the process of a good trash to treasure furniture makeover. I find the hunt very adventuresome and love transforming my finds into functional pieces. 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home Organizing Kids Drawers with Canvas Boxes If you have relatively young children, you may spend a lot of your time rifling through their drawers helping them to find what they want to wear. Instead of piling everything up in drawers, you can add small plastic or canvas containers that will keep their clothes perfectly organized.

31 Days to a More Organized Home & Mind Happy 2014 friends!! This is where I should post the obligatory dressed-to-the-nines and looking fine photo. However I somehow forgot to snap a picture of me wearing my jammies, downing pizza and watching ESPN before I went to bed at 11. (Did you hear that?!