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Because getting things done on time is important to you, breaking larger projects into smaller steps, with staggered due dates, is a great way to stay motivated. To create a clutter-free home, look to these hardworking storage solutions that appeal to your sense of orderly calm. Download and print our free month-by-month organization guide to help keep you organized all year.
Love this!! Would be great in like a smaller space near the kitchen or front door just for notes, coupons, mail & the laptop.
avoid a jumbled mess of mail & school papers by setting up a center for each family member. use the area to corral artwork, forms, magazines, homework assignments, as soon as they enter the house. at each week, go through the contents of each box; discard the old material and file away things to keep.
Hang Baskets Near an Entry Combat clutter buildup near the main entry: Install hooks at each family member's height and hang personalized baskets. These stash everyday items such as sunglasses, keys, sunblock, small pieces of outerwear, and more to help maintain a manageable, tidy entryway.
Wall-mounted pockets—one for each family member—keep mail, homework, and other papers separate, organized, and all in one place. A magnetic chalkboard above alerts everyone to the week's schedule.