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Clutter-free living. Weekly Tips

August 1, 2016

No need to rush out to buy organizing items

My clients love that I help them repurpose existing items in their homes on organizing jobs. Shoe boxes of various sizes are great. Larger men’s shoe boxes (especially if pricier shoes) are very sturdy and are as useful as any container you’d buy at a store. Children’s shoe boxes are great ways to organize smaller items in drawers (think hair accessories) or your fancy underwear! Cut off the handles of small/medium shopping bags (also from pricier stores as they’re made sturdier) will stand upright and can be easily labeled to hold batteries/light bulbs/or anything that fits on linen closet shelves or inside of a deep drawer.

Common uses are old jars to hold pens/pencils; small jewelry boxes to be drawer organizers; yogurt cup to hold Q-tips in your medicine cabinet, empty Kleenex box to hold plastic grocery bags; baggies to contain and label just about any like item that fits!


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