Organize your briefcase or bag by using smaller zippered pouches inside.
(I found some mesh ones for $1 at WalMart.) You could use green
for office supplies, pink for makeup and blue for toiletries.
up to create storage space. Perhaps there is space above the
cabinets in your laundry room to place baskets filled with whatever you
need to store there. Maybe a high shelf in your bathroom can hold
baskets filled with toiletries.
a basket near your door to toss items in whenever you enter the
house. It will keep your kitchen counters decluttered.
Save time by using tote bags. Fill a
tote with quiet toys and workbooks to keep a toddler entertained when
you are out running errands. Keep a tote bag ready to go for each
sport or activity your child is involved in. Begin a new project
by setting up a tote bag for it such as a remodeling project or
organizing a family reunion.
Use a basket with handles to easily transport
homework supplies or craft supplies anywhere easily.
Prepare for cooler weather
now. Set up a bin for each household member and fill with gloves,
hats, scarves, etc. Keep them near your entry if possible.
Set up a portable office in a file box with a handle.
You can work anywhere, at home or at the office or in your car.
What are the essentials? Think about the items you need everyday.
You can tweak it as needed.
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