- Line up spics and put them in the drawer
- Put all loose tea bags together
- Post a list of food at home on refrigerator
- Use a plastic container,box, empty jar, bowl, basket to gather small items
- Discard expired items
- Donate any item that you do not like or use
- Donate duplicated items
- Sweaters are best to fold and stack no more than 6 pieces at a time to avoid them from tumbling down
- Leave 6" between self and clothes to let clothes breath
- Use shower curtain rings and hang them on a hanger for belts and scarves
- Place most often worn clothes in the front and middle
- Use scents for closets, like lavender or cedar
- Use rack with pegs to hang long necklaces
- Anything that you have not worn over the past two years go into the donation piles
- Hang clothes by length, color and season (shirts, skirts, pants, dresses, coats, white, gray, colors, etc.)
- Put small things in a basket or box, like remote controls or glasses.
- Use similar frames to unify the look
- Group frames in groups of 3 with various sizes to display photos
- Post a cleaning instruction on the cabinet door to remove any kind of stains
- Put a container there to collect coins or anything found in the laundry
- Hang a rod between walls or cabinet to hang dry clothes to safe from ironing
- Store samll objects such as IPod, cell phone, camera, glasses or keys in a decortive box.
- Only keep a few pen and pencils to use. Box away excess office supplies that are not being used, such as rulers, binders, papers, etc.
- Try to minimize papers around the house, scan artwork and use the computer for back up instead.
- Magazines -Start with the most recent ones and tear out the pages that can go into the 3 ring binders and donate the rest or swap with friends.
- Guest bathroom -Display all collected toiletries from hotels in the medicine cabinet
- Donate unused photo albums if it's been there over a year
- Discard any duplicate photos, scan all photos into computer
- Frame all artwork that are to be kept as soon as possible to avoid cluttering and also to keep them from being destroyed.