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Jan 15, 2015 18:30 SGT Edits Inc. Sometimes, the bookshelves may not be tall enough to store papers upright. But whoever said that papers have to be kept upright? Try turning them 90 degrees and slot them in with the short side facing outwards instead. You can still find the items or files you need easily. A little ingenuity is all it takes to put badly-designed spaces to good use.
Jan 14, 2015 18:30 SGT Edits Inc. Many families struggle with keeping children's toys contained. Our advice: keep toys in transparent containers and throw out the odd-sized original packaging. Standard-sized containers are easy to organize, provide dust-proof storage and are easy to clean. Paper packaging, regardless of quality, disintegrates and grows mold quickly, and can't be wiped down. Make your life easier - go plastic.
Jan 13, 2015 18:30 SGT Edits Inc. Paper piles gives us piles, literally. Imagine rifling through the piles on your desk or in your cupboards/bookshelves to look for something at short notice - it'll set even the most patient person on edge. Keeping things upright make them fully visible. Plus, it'll save you a ton of space - just compare the surface area taken up by a book pile with the square inches/cm of a book spine.
Jan 12, 2015 18:30 SGT Edits Inc. If your furniture is not easy to use, and you've had it for some time, take the opportunity to get new ones when you're organizing. After changing the old, deep TV console and computer stand to this new one with drawers, we could fit all the CDs and board games. Making the storage space more accessible means we could keep more things inside. Simple as that.