Blog: Busy Moms Can Be Organized Too
WHAT ONCE WAS OLD CAN BE NEW AGAIN
I don't think any of us can disagree that, for the most part, we are a society of abundance. We take a lot for granted when it comes to our possessions. We use something and then throw it away.
Have you ever considered reusing something for another purpose? If not, I have some ideas I have gathered which I would like to share with you.
From the kitchen:
Colander - create a luminaria by placing tealights or votives inside a metal version. (You don't want to melt the plastic ones!)
Milk carton - keep breakables in tact when you move. Wrap up your small delicate pieces with bubble wrap and then slid them into their own containers. (A juice carton works just as well.)
Wine cork - organize your jewelry by poking your stud earrings into a cork and toss it in your travel bag.
From the bathroom:
Antacid tablets - clean your toilet by dropping in two dissolving antacid tablets like Alka-Seltzer into the bowl, wait 20 minutes and then brush.
Cotton swabs - keep your phone charged by using a swab dipped in alcohol to clean the battery contacts on your cell phone, laptop or cordless phone.
Bath mat - when replacing your mat in your bathroom, take the older one and protect your car seats in your car from muddy paws. The rubber bottom will help the mat stay put on the seat. No more doggy footprints!
From the bedroom:
Pillow case - use it to store the rest of the set of bed linens so they are kept together in one place and easy to grab when changing your linens.
Tie rack - use it to keep dish towels and pot holders within reach on your kitchen wall or magnetize it and put in on the side of your fridge.
Plastic pocket shoe organizer - store your art supplies such as paints, pens, brushes, scissors and more.
From the laundry room:
Empty bottles of bleach - use two bottles filled with sand as dumbells in your home gym.
Clothes pins - use them to support vines and climbing plants in your garden by making sure the stems pass through the holes in the center so as not to damage then.
Wire hanger - remove static cling. Run the long side of the hanger over a skirts or between your skirts and pantyhose or slip.
Try out these ideas and let me know what you think. Come up with other ideas and let us know what they are.
If you need any assistance with getting organized, feel free to contact me at A Better Space. I will be more than happy to help.
Wishing you an organized week!
posted on: 5/11/2012 8:30:00 AM by Audrey Cupo
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