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Good idea--I have a file box I could use for this: Have a system for constant paper clutter, such as coupons, product manuals, receipts, recipes, home management binder files, papers you need to save, etc.

The Nest Effect: October Project: Conquer Paper Clutter

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What an adorable and old school way to store fruits and veggies on the counter! I love it!

Hottest Etsy home finds

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Pretty good. I would change it up just a bit in a couple categories, but it's pretty effective, I think.

How I simplified and organized my house, room by room | House Mix

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Homemade Autumn Carpet Freshner 3/4 cup baking soda 1/4 cup talcum powder 2 tablespoons corn starch 1 teaspoon cinnamon, nutmeg, or allspice Mix together. Sprinkle over carpet and let sit at least 15 minutes. Vacuum.

Decorated Cigar Boxes for Buttons and other small things

Your child receives a quarter each time he helps out. Then he can "buy" from the house "store." Teach him about money & responsibility.

Pallet chore chart for kids. Love it!

Pallet chore chart for kids. Love it! - in-the-corner

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Need to remember this ... so many clothes I thought were ruined... Chalk will remove grease stains from clothes. Simply rub the stain with chalk, then toss in the wash as normal.

Pantry organization - I really like the baskets on the bottom shelf.

Dish mats. Definitely a great idea.

Instantly hang a second panel behind existing curtains using a bungee cord!

2 part hydrogen peroxide to 1 part Dawn (original blue) will take the stains out of almost ANYTHING...even if they're old stains! // Mix in a spray bottle and use as a stain remover spray- must try this!

Organizing the Cupboards - The "Pantry" - Inspires me to redo my pantry, again.

Don't throw away your old cookie sheets. Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean them with NO scrubbing! How cool is that?

Really would love to find one of these. My friend, @ Kari Moynihan, has one. It'd be perfect for saving just what's important, and it could function as a night stand or something like that too.

Mix a paste of baking soda and lemon juice. The consistency of the paste should be about that of pancake mix. Spread the paste all along the bottom of the toilet (where it meets the floor), the toilet seat, and any other area that gets a lot of overspray. Let it set for about 10-15 minutes. Then spray the dried paste with white vinegar. Let it fizzle. When done fizzing wipe up with a damp cloth. Don't forget about the walls and cupboards on either side of the toilet.