50 Ideas to Organize Your Home



If you have piles of papers, morning, car keys lost or exhausted, use the following ideas to help you organize your family and home.


1. If you are rushed in the morning, make meals that include clothes, and put everything you need for the next day in a designated area the night before. Duties of children and books pack in his backpack so they are


ready for the next day.

2. Place your purse, wallet and keys in a designated area every day so you always know where they are.
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3. Decide the night before what is on the menu for breakfast the next morning. If the family is eating cereal, set out the cereal boxes, bowls and spoons.

4. Make a "to do" list for the next day and organize them according to the task must be completed first.

5. Fill the gas tank the day before so I do not have to worry about gas if you are late in the morning.

Bathrooms:

6. To counter clutter, purchase a plastic tub with a handle on top. Place all your accessories such as hair spray and lotion, in the tub and place under the counter. Take the tub when you are ready to use it and put it back under the counter when you are finished with it.
7. To organize your shower, buy shower caddies to place your soaps and shampoos in. There are many styles available in discount stores and many stores good.

8. To help keep your shower doors clean, buy a water squeegee (like you use on Windows) and place it in the shower. When you are finished taking a shower just wipe the doors with the squeegee and you have a shower door clean and dry. Most squeegees come with a whole in the handle, which is convenient for hanging in the shower with a suction cup.

9. Install a magnet directly in your medicine cabinet for tweezers, nail clippers and scissors.

10. Store reading material in a decorative magazine rack. When you add new magazines, throw away the old to keep the magazine rack from overflowing.

11. Discard the items in your bathroom that are old or no longer use, such as makeup, lotions, medications, prescription drugs, old razors, sunscreen, and perfume.

12.Install hooks on the back of the bathroom door or wall space for towels and bathrobes  to dry quickly. 
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13 . Put a shelf over the toilet for  washcloths, storage and other accessories.
14.Everything in drawers and every drawer labeled .


15 .  Use drawer organizers for makeup, jewelry, ponytail holders and objects.


16. Put a clock in each bathroom so everyone can be on time.

Closet:

17. Place baskets in your closet for clothes and dry cleaning.

18. Sort through your clothes and all that no longer uses the bag and donate to a local charity. This includes clothes that are more fashionable, more fit, or clothes you have not worn in a year. In addition, get rid of those worn out and / or uncomfortable shoes you no longer wear.

19. Separate clothes by season. If you have a large closet with several rows of rods, place current seasons clothes on the lowest level and out of season clothes on the highest string.



20. Sort clothes by purpose, such as work, casual and formal.
casual

 formal

 casual and formal.

21. Collect all the used hangers and take them to the cleaners to recycle.

22. Hang scarves on a hanger or scarf rack. In addition, hang belts and ties on hangers or racks.

23. Use a shoe rack to keep shoes organized and throw out shoe boxes that clutter the floor.

24. Install hooks on the wall closet to hang hats and handbags.

25. Store clothes that you want to store in a plastic bag and sealed under vacuum. These bags are packed for storage under the bed or in a closet. Do not forget to save only the clothes that you think is covered!

Kitchen:

26. Organize your cabinets into several categories such as plates, glasses, plates, Tupperware Children and cups. Placing the plates on a shelf in a different shelf glasses, and so on. In this way, when you empty the dishwasher, you or other family members always know where everything goes.

27. Food group and in the pantry for easy access and to help you identify when inventory is low. For example, canned goods, cereals, pasta, etc.

28. Place all packets (gravy, Jell-O, sauces) in a basket and place on the tray.

29. Purchase a spice rack that best suits his cabinet. Alphabetize your spices and place frequently used spices on the front of the rack and all others towards the rear of the chassis.

30. All plastic containers and Tupperware items, dedicate one cabinet or drawer for items and try to purchase stackable containers to maximize your space.

31. Save your countertop space for items you use every day. Show only cookbooks that you really need and if possible a whole boat store in your pantry instead of on the counter.

32. If you have a collection of recipes that are filling drawers and cut counter space, buy a three-ring binder in a color that matches your decor, a box of plastic sheet protectors (to protect your recipes), paper and a plurality of dividers with tabs. Glue each recipe onto a piece of paper (use front and back of each sheet of paper) and then place it in a protective sheet. Categorize recipes (breakfast, dessert, etc.), labels and recipes tabs in the workbook instead. Additional tip, if you buy a laptop that has pockets, store clipped recipes that you want to try in the pockets before adding them to your collection.

33. Do you have piles of plastic grocery bags? Place about 10 bags inside a bag and discard the rest. You can always get more next time I go to the grocery store.

34. Make it a habit to clean your refrigerator every time you bring home groceries. Discard any food that is no longer edible or your family does not eat.

Kids room:

35. In a child's room, put a basketball in a laundry basket for slam-dunk dirty clothes.

36. Place a basket of two compartments in the room of your child so he or she can sort light clothes, dark clothes as they undress.

37. Clothesline in a part of your child and your child Clothespin his favorite work.

38. Hang a fish net from the ceiling to store stuffed animals, dolls or figurines.

39. Add a library and help your child organize their books.

40. Children buy their own alarm clocks and teach them to be on time.

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41. Make sure everything in your house has a house. Teach all family members to take care of their own mess. For example, if you go out, put it back, and if it opens, closes, and if you do fall, pick it up, if you make a mess, clean it, and so on.

42. Put trash in every room and place several unused trash bags in the bottom of each. This will eliminate countless retrieve new trash bags and give all family members a place to dispose of your waste.

43. Place a decorative basket on the coffee table to keep remote controls in.

44. Use a plastic carriage (instead of shelf space) for storing cleaning and bags from one room to another.

45. Keep baskets or containers for toys in every room for fast pickup and play time.

46. For outdoor toys for children, buy a waterproof storage box bench style and toys inside the stores. In addition, gather all outdoor balls and place them in a large bag, mesh and lace shop in the garage.

47. Every night before bed, that all family members pick up clutter for 15 minutes. Make a game out of it and see who can collect the most things in the shortest time possible.

48. Create a message center in the family fridge or other prominent place and use it for shopping lists, reminders, calendars, and phone messages.

49. Make a shopping list on the main computer a spreadsheet or a Word document. Categorizing races into sections as frozen dairy products, and so on. In each category, list the most common questions that you purchase. Organize the grocery list according to how their favorite grocery store established islands. Copies print and keep a copy handy for the current week. When you see that you are low on a product or preparing your grocery list for the week, just select what you need points. Keep the document current by adding new elements and / or deleting items you no longer buy. In addition, create a document in Misc. items where your family members can write down what they need that is not on your list.

50. Create a box on your desk for papers (bills, permits, etc.) that need your attention.

The aim of the organization is not to make your home spotless, but rather to make your life more calm and functional. Work with the above ideas and you will end up having less clutter, a simplified home, more quality time for you and your family, and improved productivity.
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