Organization for Homes and Families
Site includes home organization topics such as holiday organization, kids and family organization, organizing holiday parties, creating more time, kitchen and cooking organization, clutter control and time management. Topics include organizing a linen closet, organizing craft and sewing supplies, organizing a bathroom, a homework organizer, managing a small space, tips to control paper clutter, cleaning closets, family organization, finding and creating storage solutions, and simplifying bill payments.
Different Storage Solutions for Homes
This Storage Solution for Home page at StyleAtHome.com has so far 13 blog posts. Each post has brilliant solutions for having an organized clothes cabinet. A special article contains an excerpted from How to Cheat at Organizing by Jeff Bredenberg. There are also posts that contain useful tips for proper keeping of food and jewelry. Some posts have suggestions on how to maximize the space of a room so it can be more functional and clutter-free. Two posts are dedicated to organizing a garage, while another post explains some tips on how to storage holiday-related items.
Bathroom Organizing Ideas
If you're short on space in the bathroom, there are a number of ways you can optimize the space you do have to work with. Presented are tips that worked well for one woman and her family. She incorporated jewelry racks to organize all of her family's jewelry, and uses small corner shelves to create more space. The bathroom is a great place to keep your bathrobe. Place a self-adhesive hook on either the back of your bathroom door, or on the wall behind the door. Hang your bathrobe up after each use, and it's ready for next time. A way to organize the clutter on your bathroom counter is to buy a plastic tub with a handle on top. Place all your bathroom accessories (hair sprays, lotions) in the tub and place under the counter. When you're ready to use, just take the tub out. When you're done put the tub back under the counter. She suggests using shower caddies to organize family bath supplies.
Managing Your Family
A mother gives tips for organizing your home including how to organize meals with a six-week rotating menu. A chore chart is a great way to get children involved in family organization, as is a file box for addresses of friends and relatives. She also uses a small binder for household forms including phone numbers, and a large binder helped her organize home schooling materials. For quick cleanup when unexpected company drives up, put everything that's out of place and can't be put away quickly into a bag or box in the garage or bedroom and sort it out after they leave. This will force you to go through it later and get it all put away.
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