Everyone could use a little organization in their life. I admit I am not tidy and I have cleaning. I actually hate most chores because I can think of a dozen things I would rather spend my time doing. I have found that if I have a system for organizing something I am more likely to put things away and cleaning up takes much less time. I still hate cleaning but this makes it a little less painful. Todays whet your whistle will be brought to you by all the great organizing ideas I have seen and should try. I type this as I sit at my desk full with piles of papers.
Do you have tons of papers that need to be filed and saved? Are you sure you need to keep them? Would you rather have them take up less space? Try going paperless and scan all you documents. I like lists and papers so I don’t know if I could do this but it sounds wonderful.
If like us you have a lot of electrical equipment plugged into a power strip you probably also have trouble figuring out which cord goes the appliance you want to unplug. Have you done the pull on the cord to see if it is the right one? This handy tip would eliminate the second guessing.
Figuring out how to sort the mail when it comes in is high on my priorities right now. I is the largest source of the piles on my desk. There is no shortage of cute ideas out there.
We just worked on our garage organization last week and the first idea of this post is giving me great ideas on how to store the rakes, brooms etc. Thanks again Martha. Click through this post and find 20 tips for organizing.
I love tins and jars for organizing. This cute solution out of old tin cans would be perfect for pins and pencils in the craft room. Would work well in the garage for tools and paint brushes you need often.
Need a way to corral all those spools of ribbon? Dollar store to the rescue.
There are so many ways to use a hanging plastic shoe organizer to keep your home in order.
I don’t have loads of wrapping paper but enough that it could use some organizing. I think I even have an extra garment bag to make this work.
Welcome to the organizing Infographic portion of your Wednesday