1. Gently wrap any unused cords around your palm, then store them in labeled toilet paper rolls.
The washi tape is cute, but definitely optional. Whether you keep your cords in one extra-cord-storage box or in different places around the house, this will make them easy to identify, grab, and use (no tangles!) whenever you need them again. Read more here.
2. Hang little organizers inside of your cabinet doors to keep little things you use every day close at hand.
In this tutorial, they store contact solution. You can get containers (like this one, $5.28) designed specifically for this purpose, or just use removable adhesive strips with baskets you already have.
Also cool: the little dry erase sticker to keep track of when to change your contacts next.
6. If you really don’t think bullet journaling is for you, try a to-do list organizing app like Planner Pro.
- The March for Science is happening around the world amid perceived hostility from the Trump administration to science.
- The Justice Department sent a letter threatening to pull funding from sanctuary cities, but the cities will likely continue to resist.
- A Muslim group in Virginia will finally be allowed to build a mosque. All it took was 25 years and a federal lawsuit.
- 15,000 Afghans applied for interpreter visas. Only 1,500 visas remain. Now, with lives at risk, senators want more.