Nifty·Posted on May 21, 20177 Easy Organizing Ideas That Cost $10 Or LessNeatly done in no time.by Natalie BrownBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Alice Mongkongllite / BuzzFeed 1. Pack outfits for vacation or weekends away in resealable bags, so you don't have to think about what you're going to wear every morning. Nifty / BuzzFeed Motion Pictures Your clothes will also be protected from any toiletry leaks or spills. Get more genius packing hacks from Nifty. 2. Store your most-used water bottles in repurposed magazine organizers. drivenbydecor.com You can see them all at a glance, but they don't take up too much real estate on your pantry or cabinet shelves. See more of this organized storage closet on Driven by Decor. 3. Help solve any allergy woes by cleaning all of the vents in your house at once — in the dishwasher. designdazzle.com designdazzle.com Allergies are actually worse this year, especially in the eastern US. Learn how to wash all your vents at once without messing them up on Design Dazzle. 4. Stretch wire sheeting behind an old picture frame to use as a photo display and reminders board. andersonandgrant.com Turn a frame you already own into something ~farmhouse chic~ with mini clothespins and wire sheeting. Read the how-to on Anderson and Grant. 5. Turn a pallet on its side to store pool toys, noodles, and supplies somewhere besides the ground. funkyjunkinteriors.net You can spray-paint the pallet if you want, or add screw-on hooks for towels, too. Read more on Funky Junk Interiors. 6. Set up an after-breakfast chore system if you have kids who are hanging around your house for the next few months. cleanmama.net This simple system uses a weekly allowance as a reward for finishing one chore each day for a week. Read more about it at Clean Mama. 7. Make breakfast fun by prepping a week's worth of colorful parfait popsicles. iheartnaptime.net Even if you don't eat them all within the week, they'll be waiting for you in your freezer! Get the recipe on I Heart Naptime. Want more organizing ideas? See the previous week's tricks (plus more!) here.