Why only organize mornings? Because mornings offer a wonderful chunk of time that very easily slips away if we’re not careful. Who’s not tempted to go online? Meander through email? Make a doctor appointment? Instead, try this plan of attack and see how much more you can get completed:
Organizing your scarves is something you’ve always meant to do? Here’s some motivation: Another name for this post could be, “How to reclaim your scarf drawer.”
Do you have a ton of scarves? Each has a story, right? This one I got that time I went shopping with my friend from college. This one I wear for the holidays.
The point is: how do you keep them all organized?
If you have a large assortment,
Every summer throngs of school-age children leave home – for camp.
If they leave for one week or entire summer, they usually need the same amount of stuff, from bathing suits to extra socks.
I’ve done my share of camp packing and organizing. Here’s what I’ve learned:
- Please don’t bother with the camp labels. It’s true, labels are music to an organizer’s ears, but the fact is, you just need the sharpie pen.
Does your garage need a quick tune-up? These easy ideas will neaten and organize what can often be a messy space. Take a look:
- Quick Tip #1: Use bungee cords to hang a large item (like a kayak or roof rake) from rafters or strong pegs.
- Quick Tip #2: A shower rack is handy in a garage for smaller items like gardening gloves and seed packets.
- Quick Tip #3: Store basketballs,
The most organized broom closets I’ve seen are on Pinterest. Most folks just shove the broom where they can. If there’s a hook leftover from the previous owner for a dustpan, great!
But seriously, let’s open your broom closet and have a look – does its organization give you a hopeful feeling? If not, spend a few minutes to get tidy and your spring cleaning will be that much easier.
Here are some great solutions:
- You don’t have space for a broom closet.