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10 Easy Ways To Get Organized This Year

2015 is the year your finally get your sh*t together. Literally.

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1. Organize your magazines and notebooks.

Stash back issues of your favorite 'zines, old notebooks, and file folders in fun constellations organizers.
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Stash back issues of your favorite 'zines, old notebooks, and file folders in fun constellations organizers.

2. Organize your tools.

Designate space for crochet hooks, jewelry pliers, pencils, and every creative tool in between.
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Designate space for crochet hooks, jewelry pliers, pencils, and every creative tool in between.

3. Organize your wallet.

License? Check! Credit cards? Check! Business cars? Double check!
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License? Check! Credit cards? Check! Business cars? Double check!

4. Organize your needles and hooks.

Never search for your 5 mm needles or a size 6 crochet hook again!
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Never search for your 5 mm needles or a size 6 crochet hook again!

5. Organize your sewing patterns.

Create a foolproof system for keeping your favorite sewing patterns easily accessible.
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Create a foolproof system for keeping your favorite sewing patterns easily accessible.

6. Organize your jewels.

Stop stashing your DIY jewels in drawers where they can get tangled and broken. A peg board system with a place to hang everything will make it easy for you to find what you want to wear in a flash, too.
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Stop stashing your DIY jewels in drawers where they can get tangled and broken. A peg board system with a place to hang everything will make it easy for you to find what you want to wear in a flash, too.

7. Organize your supplies.

Fabric scraps, paint brushes, thread.... create a place for every one of your favorite DIY supplies with divided organizers.
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Fabric scraps, paint brushes, thread.... create a place for every one of your favorite DIY supplies with divided organizers.

8. Organize your sewing space.

Keep extra pins, bobbins, and sewing scissors close at hand while you're stitching away with an easy sewing caddy.
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Keep extra pins, bobbins, and sewing scissors close at hand while you're stitching away with an easy sewing caddy.

9. Organize your yarn.

Reuse old coffee cans by turning them into cool, easily viewable storage for your yarn and say good-bye to digging through plastic containers trying to find your next skein.
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Reuse old coffee cans by turning them into cool, easily viewable storage for your yarn and say good-bye to digging through plastic containers trying to find your next skein.

10. Organize your desk.

Last but definitely not least: Give your desk a quick (upcycled) organized makeover using supplies you probably have hanging out in your recycling bin.
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Last but definitely not least: Give your desk a quick (upcycled) organized makeover using supplies you probably have hanging out in your recycling bin.

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