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File Organizer Used As Kitchen/Cutting Board . Could possible work for all those container lids

File Organizer Used As Kitchen/Cutting Board Stora | Home Decore

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For the kitchen, this needs to happen! I like this a alot better than having them in a drawer!

26 Resolutions To Keep You Organized In 2014

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Post-it Note To Do List System - keep track of what you need to do this month, this week, and today with this simple to do list system.

A lazy susan for refrigerator leftovers!!! Heck ya! We always tend to forget about the stuff in the back of the fridge! Love this idea!

27 Brilliant Hacks To Keep Your Fridge Clean And Organized

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PERFECT for getting clutter off the fridge and countertops!

Hidden Kitchen Organizer

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Using a File Holder to organize curling irons and hair straighteners!- clever

A clever, space-saving DIY project for keeping those huge rolls of garbage bags handy and easy to grab.

My mom had one of these for me and still does!

If you have solid cabinet doors in your laundry room, you can replace those doors with pegboard and use that pegboard for perfect organization. Just get a few hooks and plastic containers from the dollar store and you can keep things stored right in the door to save space. All of your small brushes and other smaller items will have their own little container

The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: A Simple Tip for Tidy Board Game Storage

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Pull Down Spice Rack in the Medicine Cabinet. This has to be one of the best ideas ever!

Organize games in stackable plastic drawer bins with labels. No more missing game pieces from torn up boxes!

Lots of cheap and creative ways to organize your entire home!

52 Easy Ways To Organize Your Home

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Organize Photos and Information Quickly - Slides, negatives, VHS video cassettes, tape recordings, and camera cassettes have about a 15 year life expectancy - if you are lucky and the player doesn't eat your old tape. It's time to get your stuff scanned, digitized, and into your computer so you back it up. The best way to protect these priceless heirlooms is to SHARE IT with everyone in your family via Dropbox, another cloud or on a CD/DVD.