√Organization...A Place for Everything.
How to organize a home command center. This completely cleaned up the paper clutter at my house!
5 Ways to a Clean House (in under an hour a day!)
Daily Mom » How To Organize A Small Closet, I may need this soon for my first apartment!
How To Organize A Small Closet
15 Home Organization Projects to a Happier Home - How to Nest for Less™
Create oodles of extra storage in a standard closet by using a $15 shoe organizer. Perfect for kids or adults closets! Via A Bowl Full of Lemons
Kids closet organization | A Bowl Full of Lemons
This is genius! I already put holiday cards and napkins, etc. Into a gift bag associated with the past events celebration, but the bags, until now, have been set upright on top shelves of closets. THIS idea would also allow quick access to holiday supplies for gift giving, not just hold memories. Plus, it would put items within reach!
Gift bags organized on the inside of a closet door
11 awesome and clever ways to organize the back of a door! (HoH92)
Tray Chic: Evaluate where family members tend to dump their stuff as they enter the house. Then go with the flow -- even if the location is the kitchen counter -- and set out a catchall, such as a wicker cutlery tray for keys, sunglasses, and electronics. Most organization experts agree: Storage systems that adjust to your habits rather than vice versa have a greater chance of enduring success.
Organizing Children's School Papers & Memorabilia
awesome Organization Blog
I want my linen closet to look like this! (and there are so many other great organizational ideas on this site)
Book holder for the car :) The pockets were cut to 8x9in. with a felt backing. It has four pockets topstitched onto a 11x30in solid panel of felt (front and back) that was sewn top and sides. The pockets overlapped about 3 inches. Inserted a piece of cardboard into the solid panel and then finished the last side. Add straps, and done!
Book holder for the car :) The pockets were cut to 8x9in. with a felt backing. I made all 4 pockets, then topstitched them onto a 11x30in solid panel of felt (front and back) that was sewn top and sides. I overlapped the pockets about 3 inches. Inserted a piece of cardboard into the solid panel and then finished the last side. Add straps, and done!
Wow... Totally reading up this blog! It's full of practical organization ideas!
Kitchen Organization ** i have bins on the side of my fridge for the boys' papers for school, plus one for me. I used to have magnetic clips, but they would always manage to drop all the papers off the clips, so I switched this year to the file bins (although mine looks nowhere near as nice as this lol)**