Adorable organizers for incoming & outgoing papers...made from paint cans! (One of 24 inexpensive projects for home office storage) Paper Clutter, Junk Mail, Painting Cans, Buckets, Organic Ideas, Mail Organic, Organic Mail, Crafts Stores, Storage Container
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Recipe for Organization Have a pile of cookbooks gathering dust? Scan and print the one or two recipes you use the most often, then donate the book. Same goes for recipes in magazines. Tear out the relevant pages, then recycle the rest. Put the pages into clear plastic pockets in a three-ring binder. You've just made yourself a customized cookbook with plenty of room to grow.
Give frequently accessed papers (takeout menus, sports schedules, phone directories) a dedicated spot rather than leaving them in a pile on the counter or stuck to the fridge. Three-hole punch all that paper, then store it in a pretty binder with labeled tabs. -- Aby Garvey, simplify101.com
Declutter Your Paper Piles On-the-Go Filing Invest in a tabbed wallet for receipts and coupons. It will make your purse into a mini filing cabinet that puts everything you need for shopping at your fingertips. Label the tabs how you like -- by store, by date, or by category.
cute project / mail organizer I made mine outa fabric then pinned it to the box springs of my bed to hold reading glasses, tissue an the current book I am reading
Tray Chic: Evaluate where family members tend to dump their stuff as they enter the house. Then go with the flow -- even if the location is the kitchen counter -- and set out a catchall, such as a wicker cutlery tray for keys, sunglasses, and electronics. Most organization experts agree: Storage systems that adjust to your habits rather than vice versa have a greater chance of enduring success.
I need to do this for Parker's room to organize all her art supplies. They are completely out of control! I could use the fun owl wallpaper we bought :)