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  • Jill Ferretti

    File organization

  • Erin Salyers

    I have this IKEA magazine holder somewhere in the basement. I need to get it out and hang it in the office.

  • Beth Rooks

    organizing ideas

  • Kate Lorio

    Sneaky Storage Solutions for Every Little Thing

  • Lanita Greaney

    Great kitchen organization

  • Karen Wojnarowisch

    Paperwork can be mounted to get it off of the counter or table! I would have to put it on the inside of a closet door or the back of a cabinet door. Pantry? Mud Room? Ok, I'm a bit OCD!

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such a fun idea! hanging clipboards on the wall in a home office... organization in a fun way. :)

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I need to do this. I'm always finding things I need to return to people, donate and so on. It would be great to always have a place to put it until I have a chance to get rid of it....the dining room table just isn't cutting it anymore