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What do you do if you need to organize a LOT of yarn?

When you have a large collection of yarn, think about how you want to categorize them so that they’re easier to find. To keep track of all your skeins, create an inventory either on paper or by using a spread sheet. You can also use Ravelry, a free website that lets you  track of all your […]

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How do I store 100+ medicine bottles?

Having a large number of medicine bottles can be a challenge to keep track of and to store.  Where you keep them will depend on the size of your bottles and if they need to be kept at a certain temperature.  When possible, keep them all in the same location, perhaps the place that you […]

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I have a costume room to organize and few resources. How do I organize hundreds of dresses, pants, skirts, purses, with a very small budget?

Costumes! How fun! The size of your room will determine the type and size of storage units you can use. That said, one of the easiest ways to store clothing is to hang them on garment racks. You may want to consider a rack that gives you extra storage space like this one that has […]

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What is the best way to organize and store toys?

Toys can take over every room in the house so finding the right solutions is key to keeping an organized home. Keep in mind that no matter what storage container you use, always, always, label! Here are a few things to consider: Group all similar toys together (e.g., all duplos together, all small legos together, […]

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2 Simple Ways to Find Your Everyday Things

We all know what it’s like to go hunting for something we use often. You’d think that it would be easy to find those things since we need them all the time, right? Do you suffer from the daily side effects of “Where the heck is my ___________?!” syndrome? Well, suffer no more! The two […]

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My teen daughter has a VERY small bedroom and I would like to organize it for her. Any ideas?

Small bedrooms can be a challenge, but there is one thing – or maybe four – that you have on your side – walls. If you’re tight on space, use your walls to strategically mount shelving and hooks. You’ll keep the floor clear and be able to find what you’re looking for. But, wait! Walls aren’t […]

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What’s Your Clean Cycle?

Did you know that I love to clean?  It’s one of the ways I like to de-stress and let go of all the stuff that bottles up inside of me. I like some chores more than others, like vacuuming. Dusting, not so much. And, there’s nothing like a pretty, shiny, clean sink. Who’s with me? […]

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Get Your Resolutions in Gear

It’s January and usually that means every person on the planet is super focused on making changes…good changes. There’s a big push to make new strides and to improve.  And, this is good. But, I’m not a big fan of resolutions. I don’t think they work because they’re usually very grand, like losing 50 pounds […]

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I need to organize the cleaning products under my kitchen sink. The sink is in the corner of the kitchen.

There are a couple products that will help you keep all your cleaning supplies in order. Consider using plastic bins (just in case something spills), especially the ones that slide out to make it easier for you reach. Check out the Rubbermaid  Slide ‘n Stack Sliding Baskets,  and for sponges and smaller items, try the […]

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Whole House Closet Organization Help!

Hi NY Mom!  Having the right storage solution is key to maintaining order. And, though all your closets may seem like they need attention, try to focus on one closet at a time so that you don’t get overwhelmed. You may want to start with closet that is used most often and then: Pick a […]

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