Rule #4: Contain Contain as much as you can in Bins, baskets, organizers, drawers, etc. Junk in a drawer is more organized than junk on the floor.
Archives for January 2013
Rule #3: Set Limits If something conies into your space, something must come out. If all you do is bring stuff in… you become a candidate for “Hoarders”.
Rule #2: Put things back Make it a habit to put things back immediately after you use them.
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Each Wednesday for the next 10 weeks are going to share with you our 10 Organizing Rules. Rule #1: Everything has a Home Label that home and show it to others sharing your space.