Tiny steps to big progress.
1. Put your winter scarves on easy-access hangers.
Pull ‘em out of the pile in the back of your drawer, and put them somewhere easy to see: like on these stacked hangers, which save precious closet rod space. If your hangers don’t stack, you can always hack them with soda can tabs. From here.
2. Take 10 minutes to sort and stack your plastic leftover containers.
There are tons of plastic and wire bins out there that you can use to contain your lids, but a shoebox works just as well. From here.
3. Download Out of Milk, a shopping list app that lets you add things to your list as soon as you run out.
4. Pick up a few cheap paper towel holders for your belts and chunky bracelets.
5. Store your headphones with the help of a couple of clothespins.
No more tangled headphones! See how here.
6. Use rubber bands or pipe cleaners to keep your favorite clothes from falling off their hangers.
You can also pull out your glue gun and put a little squiggle of glue, but that takes a little longer. Think about how neat your closet will be when your shirts don’t slip to the floor as soon as you hang them up! From here.
7. Pack all of those loose plastic grocery bags into an empty (pretty) tissue box, no fancy folding required.
Then you can mount it to the inside of one of your kitchen cabinets with someCommand Strips, if you’d like. Recycle any plastic bags that don’t fit into the box — you’ll never need that many! From here.