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Organizing your drawers can be easy and simple. You can find budget friendly drawer organizers at Target or the Container Store to sort everything in your drawers and cabinets. Get creative and use baking pans instead for very narrow storage spaces to keep your drawers clutter free.
Create a portable coupon and receipt organizer from an index card case and stash it where you'll remember to take it on errands. Alphabetized divider tabs are the perfect solution for filing lists accordingly. The holder's small size makes it easy to stow in a purse.
Drop Zone Create a Drop Zone When you're always on the go, it's hard to keep things organized. Rather than littering multiple surfaces with piles of paperwork and clothing, create one landing place for items such as mail and outerwear in your entry. Specify one location for your keys to live so you never have to search for them again. Set up file folders for mail.
Office Out Box: With meetings, school, practice, and pets, it's easy to lose track of time on busy mornings. A drop zone is a foolproof way to manage mail that needs to go out the door. Designate two trays -- one for bills to pay and one for outgoing letters -- near the entryway of your home to make sure nothing is missed.
I need to organize my freezer like this. It would be so much easier for me to find everything.
Labels for Organization Label holders guide you easily through your morning routine. Affix these holders to shelf fronts to designate spots for specific clothing items, which make it easy to find what you're looking for. These labels also make putting away clean clothes a breeze.
How cute is this?! We could put up little hooks, and everyone could make their own bags and we could have Room Affirmations where during the week as you see people do things that inspire you etc. you give them an affirmation! Also we are SOO having a chore chart.