For anyone who read the post on Building an Organized Essential Oil Caddy, it should come as no surprise that displaying things in little compartments is right up my alley. Today’s Mini-Tip is focused on storing and displaying the cute little shit that seems to accumulate in life. I’d be willing to bet you have a drawer or box somewhere in your house that is filled with little ephemera that you never look at, but aren’t willing to part with.
Want to maximize your space without going all the way and buying a shipping container? This one's for you.
Most Ziploc bag packages come with a tear-out opening that allows for the bags to be dispensed from the box. I've found that this opening usually hurts more than it helps and creates a bag-drawer-mess. Want an easy way to bypass this and keep your kitchen drawers in order?
In a recent effort to do a better job of preparing food ahead of time and eating less processed snacks, I spent a Sunday afternoon prepping for the week. Check out this system for keeping snack prep organized!
Instead of stacking t shirts on top of one another in clothes drawers, store them folded and placed upright into the drawer like files into a file cabinet for easier access.
In the days before we all had the iPhone to document daily life, the process of sorting memories was time consuming and could be expensive. Now, we all take more photos than ever but rarely print them, much less sit down with an album open on our laps and a cup of tea to walk down memory lane. How do you organize your photos so that you can find memories from a certain event without digging through dozens of old memory cards and file locations?
Takes just a second to use and costs nearly nothing. Avoid tangled headphones forever!
This was a fun little organization craft project to create some tidy storage for doTerra essential oils. It was fairly easy to pull together, so I thought I'd share a step-by-step how to. Enjoy!
Use masking tape to identify different electronics in your power strip! Costs almost nothing and takes almost no time, but keeps cords from becoming an unending, unknowable mess.
I grew up camping and took my first backpacking trip with family around my 12th birthday. Within the past few years, I’ve started venturing into “ultralight” backpacking. Here are some of my favorite tips and organizational tricks.