Here's an easy one. The silverware drawer. You open it several times a day. Organizing it not only makes it functional, but looks nice too. Start with a small project to build momentum. Clutter in your life, clutters your mind. #buildmomentum
With toys, staying ahead of the game is key. Instead of one shelf buy two. Instead of one bin buy twenty. Even if they are empty you will be ready for the storms that are holidays and birthdays. Remember, it's easy to put things away that have a home. #firstworldproblems
Location. Location. Location. A key point to staying organized is keeping things where you use them. This is our hall closet, we keep the kids towels, blankets, and hamper here. Also a stash of TP and Kleenex. All within reach of their rooms and bathroom. #thankgodyoucantsmellpictures
Sometimes you can't get rid of everything. Let's face it, having kids I am forced to store a lot of things I would prefer to trash or donate. I used a large shelf and got creative on how to fill it to the max. Remember to label each box and use as many labels as you need to describe the contents. #moretubsthanfriends
Have a medicine cabinet that is over-whelming? Try using one of these storage bins to help sort things out. I keep first aid type products in this one which really reduced clutter in the cabinet. #clumsykids#accidentprone#organizeddad
My laundry room cabinet is so ready to go. I only keep the things I need. Trust me, you don't need several different soaps and products. Simplify this storage area and you can then fit other items such as batteries and light bulbs there too. #oxycleancandoitall#buyalabelmaker
Rejoice! The organizeddad has returned. My pantry is so beautifully sorted with these cereal containers and labels. Things are easy to find and I can always tell if we are getting low on some of our staples with just a glance.