3 Steps to Organized Files - Space for Living Organizing | San Diego, CA
We are crazy about paper and creating a place for every piece of paper in our home! We are going through an 8-week organizing paper series and today we are wrapping up with reference files. Which is any paper you need to refer to, but not on a daily basis like our actions files. For […]
Roundup: 9 Creative Ways to Tame Mail & Bill Paying Clutter
Although paper mail certainly has dwindled with e-mail, online bill pay, and digital magazine subscriptions, it still has a way of piling up. (BTW, does anything look good in a pile? I mean, just the word: pile. Ick.) Here are some creative DIY projects that will finally tame the mail beast and put the pile where it belongs--out of existence. First up to bat is Noodlehead's darling mail organizer: Follow this jump for the entire tutorial. Although these sorters are usually seen on desks…
The House Tour: The Study
Ok, so I have “favorites” is that so bad? Right now one of my favorites is our study, which is really my office now, but I still call it the study… We just finished painting it, Benjamin Moore Muse…
Organizing Ideas: Colorful Magazine Files + Free Labels
2 organizing ideas to file your papers in style. Step by step photo tutorial showing how to cover file holders. Knock of The Container Store
Hey friends… Hope your weekend has been wonderful! A few weeks ago I shared with you guys that we had given our Ikea 3 bookshelves… turned into an Entertainment Center… a makeover. (You can read
25 Ways to Declutter in Less Time
If you're short on time, targeting your efforts to a specific organization task can work wonders for overall decluttering in your home. Try these tasks—which can be done in as little as five minutes—to start conquering clutter and set you on a path to better organization.
How To: Start Organizing: Part II
On Tuesday, we left you with a few simple steps on how to start organizing. So now what? It’s time to start categorizing and giving your items a home, sweet, home.So right now you’re staring at a pile (or piles) of your belongings. Your next step is to sort and categorize. Again, you’ll want to clear a space to work which will help keep distractions to a minimum.