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Organized life!

Organized life!

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Measure Once, Cut Twice: DIY Vinyl Roll Storage

Measure Once, Cut Twice: DIY Vinyl Roll Storage

$10 Linen Closet Make-over. You should see the before pictures! Seriously need to do this.

$10 linen closet redo

41 DIY Tricks to Organize Your Home: I love this Faux Book Screen for hiding charging stations, routers, & unsightly cords!

Community Post: 41 Creative DIY Hacks To Improve Your Home

love this

Everyday Shopaholic: 50 Pairs of Shoes - Shoe Rack

Food Storage Room – Basement Love this! It looks like a mini grocery store!! (I need to do this with the creepy space under my porch.)

5 Reasons to Begin a Food Storage System Today

At last -- a simple, inexpensive storage system that works.

How Do You Store Your Stuff?

Attic storage.

IHeart Organizing: UHeart Organizing: DIY Attic Storage Labels

Flip wire shelves upside down for cans

You should read her whole post on how to organize your entire kitchen.

Here's a great blog on cleaning and maintaining your home. I love how she has a notebook and goes through the house like a prospective buyer. List everything that needs attention. Why should your house only look great when it's up for sale. By breaking it down into managable lists, everyone can have a beautifully clean, well maintained home!

ways to get organized!

This is a must for our next house.

Use comforter bags from Dollar Tree to store kids' clothes. So much cheaper and takes up less space than the giant totes I use!

How to hide cords on open desks. This is awesome! This is the one I will be doing! Get that power strip off the floor!

Photo Storage-Burn CD, Print thumbnails, Store in Binder.

Shoe Box & Toilet Paper Tubes Storage

DIY project du jour: Shoe box + toilet paper... – Unconsumption

Freezer Smarts

closet organization

How To Store Your Stuff

Canned food storage flush with the wall - takes very little space.

Shelf above bathroom door

Clever!! What a great idea to hang a picture!! Put the toothpaste where you will want the nail to go. Then, press the picture to the wall where you want to hang it so that the toothpaste from the back of your frame sticks to the wall. I tried this and it was GREAT!

Nifty idea using frame and curtain rods--great for ribbon!

Each family member has a "coaster" to place their glass of the day on. No more "grab a glass & put in the sink" 50 x's a day!

PVC Bike Rack