How To Organize Literally Anything (30 PICS)

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"My Synesthesia Means That I Remember Books Better By Their Color Than By Title Or Author, So This Is What Happens When I Have Enough Shelf Space"

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"Keep Matching Bedsheets And Covers Inside The Pillowcase"

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"Showed My Sister The Joy Of Konmari! She Asked For Help With Her Linen Closet And I Think We Did A Great Job Even With Her Wanting To Keep A Little Too Much"

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"With Quarantine In Order, There Is Lots Of Time To Tackle My Craft Corner. It Took A While, But... My Embroidery Yarn Spark(Le)s So Much Joy Now"

4 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Hang An Office File Organizer On The Inside Of Your Tupperware Cabinet To Keep Up With The Lids"

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"My Grandpa Uses The Actual Hardware For Labeling The Drawers"

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"An Easy Way To Organize Your Cables And Prevent Them From Getting Tangled"

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"DIY Pantry Door Spice Rack"

8 How To Organize Literally Anything

"I Konmari’d The Fridge. Each Bin Is A Dinner! I Put Together All The Ingredients So I Can Just Pull Out A Bin And Everything Is Right There"

9 How To Organize Literally Anything

"My Vertical Tea Station"

10 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Old Book-Ends Keep My Shirts Tidy As I Approach Laundry Day And My Drawer Gets Emptier"

11 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Cut Dollar Store Pool Noodles Into Quarters To Keep Your Boots Upright In The Floor Of Your Closet"

12 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Attic Storage…fantastic Idea For Organizing Holiday Decor"

13 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Create Non-Slip Hangers With Hot Glue"

14 How To Organize Literally Anything

"A Drying Rack That Rolls Out To Sit Over Your Sink"

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"If You're Moving, You Can Use This Method To Easily Transport All The Clothes That You Hang"

16 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Label Your Cords"

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"I Stole This One From My Mom"

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"Stash Under-Bed Storage Bins In Your Deepest Cabinets To Make Everything Accessible, Even In The Back Of The Cabinets"

19 How To Organize Literally Anything

"I Was Growing Sick Of Always Having To Lift All The Plates To Get To The Larger Ones"

20 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Mount Coat Hooks Near The Door To Create A Handy Shoe Rack"

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"Create An "Eat Me First" Bin In Your Fridge Or Your Pantry (Or Both!) To Help Cut Down On Food Waste"

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"Thought You Might Like To See How I Store My Stud Earrings"

23 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Two Dowels For Mounting Rolls Of Trash Bags Under Your Sink"

24 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Hang Rain Gutter Shelves To Store Kids Books"

25 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Keep Cables Cleaned Up With Binder Clips"

26 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Wrangle Your Freezer Bags With Binder Clips"

27 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Instead Of Tossing Out Your Old Egg Cartons, Try This Out"

28 How To Organize Literally Anything

"Store the squeeze bottles upside down in an egg carton. It not only keeps them organized and sliding around the fridge, but also helps you to squeeze them easily when you need."

 

"Group Together Books You Haven’t Read Yet"

29 How To Organize Literally Anything

"A Coffee Measuring Spoon That Doubles As A Clip For Your Bag Of Beans"

30 How To Organize Literally Anything


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Valerie 5 month s ago
#17 OK then, I'm gonna label my power cords with the word "power" so it doesn't get mistaken for a water hose.
       
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Littleberry 5 month s ago
#12 is great. I do that, too, because those simple boot shapers are like $60 a pair.
       
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Hiram 5 month s ago
#7 number one cause of failure for cords is having been bent or laid crooked for an extended period of time. roll them up but avoid sharp bends in them.
       
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