Want fantastic bang for your buck? If you're overwhelmed and don't know where to start, try these ten tips, containing the one thing you can do in each space to make the most drastic difference:
Basement: I love heavy duty metal wire shelving for storing bins and larger items. Be sure to set the height of each shelf based on the height of the items you will store.
Bedroom: Make your bed. No purchase necessary.
Car: Keep a trash bag, to be dumped at every visit to the gas station.
Closet: Invest in matching hangers to streamline your hanging items, which in turn will transform your closet.
Garage: Clear the floor and easily grab what you need by hanging everything with a handle (shovels, brooms, rakes, etc.) on the wall using a tool holder or track.
Medicine Closet: Store the smaller items kept here in bins or baskets, separated by type (allergy, oral care, pain, first aid, etc.).
Mudroom: Add Command hooks at your child's height so they can hang their own jacket; add some additional hooks for bags, leashes, etc.
Office: Hang a magnetic whiteboard to keep basic reminders in view.
Pantry: Use a Lazy Susan or turntable to easily access items stored on a shelf or inside a cabinet.
Playroom: Got a budding Picasso? Hang your children’s artwork on a clothesline or wire.
If you make just one change in each space, I promise it will be transformed. You can find time to do one thing, right?
Take before and after pictures and don't forget to let me know how it goes!