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Here's the most inspiring and practical advice that I took away from the KonMari book nearly four years ago, and that I still use.
Everyone's getting in on tidying up!!
File holders, ice cube trays, and muffin tins can all help organize your home.
Build a storage ottoman, side table, or coffee table.
I know you say this basically every year, but 2019 IS THE YEAR YOU REALLY GET ORGANIZED.
You'll be able to find basically everything you need at the dollar store, or lying around your house.
Hang copper pipes in the kitchen and woven baskets in the bathroom.
Organize your cords in toilet paper rolls and clean up your sock drawer with cardboard.
Here's how to take advantage of every square inch of space you have.
There's nothing that a couple of jars and a clever labeling system can't fix!
These beautiful German notebooks are the only notebooks I want to write in for the rest of my life.
Always forgetting your lunch? Clip a clothespin to your purse.
The fastest and simplest Ikea tips and tricks.
Help us help you live your best budget life.
So much makeup, so little room.
Vous ne pourrez pas tout faire, MAIS CE N'EST PAS GRAVE.
A place for everything and everything in its place.
If you're at your wits end, hopefully these will help.
The agony!! The ecstasy!!
Crawling out from underneath your covers and facing the world, made easier.
These should help ease the FOMO of not getting the new iPhone yet.
Because chefs are organization pros.
Don't worry, we won't tell mom and dad.
Everything you need while away from the comforts of home.
I'm not "naturally" organized, but I try my best to be the shit-together person I wish to see in the world.
Boundaries make the heart grow fonder.
Stay safe, look sharp.
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"The de-cluttering is merely the first step. The real purpose of minimalism has to do with the benefits we experience on the other side of the de-cluttering."
Stop treating your drawer like junk. It has feelings, okay?