Is your pantry causing you grief? Is it hard to find things, and hard to put things back?
Because of the amount of items stored, pantries can get disorganized quickly. Then, overload it and the problem gets worse.
To get it organized, start with the highest and lowest shelves. Are there items that are no longer used, or that can be moved to another location? Next, move things you use the least into the space you just created. Now go shelf by shelf and sort like items together. Allocate a space for each grouping and purchase baskets, containers, or shelf accessories as needed. Labeling as you go will let everyone in the house know where to put things back.
Now breathe a sigh of relief every time you open the door.
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Have you ever experienced a Health Expo? With the many knowledgeable practitioners and a relaxed atmosphere, it can be very up-lifting.
Lumsden's Healthy Living Expo is just around the corner. On April 13, 2019, I'll be there with a trade show table and a 2:00 presentation called
"Restore the Order: 5 steps to organize your space and feel the calm".
Clutter and disorganization can drain energy and cause anxiety. How to get started and staying motivated can be tough to do.
I'll provide a method to see your way through to the finished product where you'll feel the calm in your surroundings.
For those of you too far away from Lumsden, Sask, an individual virtual session is just a phone call away.
Bev Chandler . 306-536-8844 . http://www.ccorganizing.ca/
Take a look at your entry closet. Is it neatly organized with only the items you need and use, or has it become a dumping ground for anything that's dropped at the doorway?
If it needs some help, start by relocating out of season clothes and accessories, and anything that's not used often. Then remove anything that's not needed on your way out the door.
Purchase baskets that fit the space, and decide what vertical storage is needed (for example, a shoe holder that hangs off the rod). Use labels so that everyone in the household knows where things go.
Now that's closet bliss!
Does the space under your sink need some help? Sometimes all it takes is finding the right organizing product. This 2-tired narrow pull-out shelf was the inspiration for getting this space cleaned-up. It holds the little items that were lost in the back, and gives easy access to cleaning products and brushes.
Awww, now that's better.
I found this shelf at Costco, but it's also available on Amazon.