How To De-clutter And Create More Storage Space In Your Wardrobe And Car
You can stash bags for each and every activity you or your kids regularly participate in. That way, you can simply grab the bag and go, with all the essentials inside. Each tote bag can be filled with specific items for specific activities
Car travel: Filled with travel-friendly toys, quiet games, or projects the kids can do while waiting for dinner in a restaurant
Dry cleaning: For clothes that need to be taken to the cleaners.
Library: For books and library card
Keep three foldable totes clipped together for any unexpected needs. You can also keep a foldable bag or two inside your luggage that you can use to separate dirty laundry or for home souvenirs.
Inside Your Car
You should keep an umbrella inside your car for extremely sunny days and unexpected downpours. Do not keep it in the trunk, because you’d have to get out of the car and get wet to grab it.
Keep red spices in the fridge to extend their life. Chili powder, and other spices in the red pepper family will remain fresher longer when stored in the refrigerator.
Plastic containers or those with missing lids from your kitchen can work well as drawer organizers. Use them to store stationery and other office Essentials in your drawers.
If you need more room, consider slim hangers that help to save space. They are usually one-third the size of standard hangers but are just as durable. Furthermore, suits take up a lot of space. If you don’t wear them on a regular basis, store them in another closet such as a guest room.
If you are the type that doesn’t travel often, consider storing clothing that are out of season in your travel boxes. If you take a trip, you can just leave the clothes on your bed until you return.