Organizing for the New Year

I was lucky enough to have a small area professionally organized in my previous home and I was able to carry that information with me when I moved into our new home. I would like to share a couple of ideas for you as you start to organize your spaces this new year.

The Container Store is having a great sale on some of their products that will help get and keep you organized, from your bedroom to your kitchen, as you know, they have something for everyone!

First, for your linen closets, these are great containers that hold medicines, razors, contacts and glasses, extra toothbrushes, etc… You simply stack them on top of each other and since they are clear, you can see right in. I have them labeled as well with labels created with my label maker! 🙂

The Container Store Shoe Box

Oh, and then you have to look at this pull down spice rack for the inside of your kitchen cabinet! I was in the store and was playing with this and I have to order myself one because it was so cool! It is really a space saver and the best part, you don’t have to have a bunch of spices fall on you because you can not see behind the first row!!! So cool!

Kitchen Pull Down Spice Rack

Well there you have it…a couple ideas to get you started this year on organizing your home and your life. I will be back with some other neat products that will help get you started.

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