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Great example of a place to put items that come and go regularly (i.e. returns (to stores and other people), lost & found, donate. Also good to keep bottled water and overflow of items that you don't have storage for in the kitchen.


Summer Tour of Homes

The easiest organizational tutorial ever - no finish required!


Thank you!

from Hometalk

Garage & Workbench Makeover

NEAR THE GARAGE DOOR TO THE HOUSE! garage workbench makeover, garages, home improvement, organizing, storage ideas

Garage & Workbench Makeover

from Better Homes and Gardens

Must-See Organizing Makeovers

Use open shelving for items impervious to dust, as this will be much less expensive.

Must-See Organizing Makeovers

"This website is full of great organizational tips and tricks. 52 weeks =52 projects WARNING: Start looking through this website and you will get sucked in for an hour or more. I could have cleaned up a lot in that hour."

I'm an Organizing Junkie - clutter & chaos free...most of the time

from Sarah Titus

Money Saving Tricks: 30 Days to a Better Life {Series

They say it's hard for a family to live on one income. They're wrong! Come along with me as I show you how I, a single SAHM, live pretty DARN good!

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Flip wire shelves upside down for cans

Flip wire shelves upside down for cans -

from Princess Pinky Girl

Home Organizing Ideas - Can We Ever Get Enough of Them

We use ours for Walmart bags but this is another must in our house!!!

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This is exactly how I need to make my grocery list every week.. Now I have a printable to use!!

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10 Habits of a Clean Home.1. Shine Your Sink. 2. Wash One Load of Laundry Daily. 3. Process Mail Immediately. 4. Create a Command Center. 5. Throw Away Trash. 6. Straighten Up Every Night. 7. Create a Cleaning Schedule. 8. Become a Minimalist. 9. Do One Thing. Sometimes the list of household projects can seem so overwhelming 10. Have a Junk Drawer.

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