Use baskets and chalk board sticker labels (you may want to buy a chalk sharpie because chalk doesn't really work on chalk board sticker labels) and label your food. That way, when you go grocery shopping, you know exactly where to put things. Also, used tiered shelves to store your cans so that you can see what cans are which.
2) COLOR CODED FILES
You want to use colors and write them down on a piece of paper, and show what they are for, for example green could be for taxes, pink could be for coupons, things like that, so that when you have your folders, you color code them, and you can have your paper to your side or hanging up somewhere and you will know exactly what is for what.
3) GIFT WRAPPER
Use one of the plastic covers that come with clothing items and put in your gift wraps. Then, use a hanger and hang this up in some type of closet.
4) OUTFIT CAN TAB TRICK
Use a can tab to organize your weekly outfits. You can put on a shirt on one hanger, and through the first hole, slide that over the hanger, and on the other hole, slip that through the hanger and you can put on some jeans.
5) SCHOOL PREPARATION MUD ROOM ORGANIZATION STORAGE
Use some wired baskets and you can use putty to put them up on your wall. You can also put up some hooks down below for your kids. On the hooks, you can put on backpacks and jackets, and in the baskets, you can put in some school assignments.
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