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    • Kelli Dawson

      A two-bucket system keeps incoming for each family member. Paint the outside of empty paint cans (available at crafts stores) and label with stickers as an "in" bucket and an "out" bucket

    • Chester P.

      Organize Mail... Create an indoor mailbox in a central location. Set a time to go through the box once a week. Open everything, pay bills, file important correspondence, and recycle junk mail.

    • A Carter

      four smart ways to organize mail, organizing, Repurpose Paint Cans If you ve recently painted a room or two you probably have a couple of old paint cans lying around Use them to organize your mail Paint in or out on the cans or simply slap a sticky note on the front

    • Rhonny Rowden

      Organization. Sure beats paper clutter! PAINT CANS!

    • Jen (All Four Love)

      Organize mail with these accessible buckets and go through once a week. They don't have to be paint buckets but I like the general idea.

    • Elizabeth Garver

      cute idea for organizing mail empty paint cans, good for "his" & "hers" mail

    • Juliet Parris

      Paint Cans? Cool Organization Idea!

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