Monday, December 31, 2012

Please Help Me: My New Year's Resolution is to Get Organized

(via We Love Chuck Norris)
I am chronically disorganized. It's terrible and it adds stress to my life and my kids' lives. My husband is kind of the same way, so there's no one setting a good example for our kids. That means that they're all just as bad.

For a long time, one of our daughters, Cookie, was hyper-organized. It wasn't really a positive thing, though: it was more of a panicky response to anxiety. So now, not so much. She still really enjoys sorting and organizing things, though, so she's on board to help me think of ways to make our house more organized.

It's not actually possible for me to organize my whole house and life in a weekend, or even in a month. It's really, really bad.

So my idea is that I'm going to try to organize one thing, every day. Even if it's a tiny shelf in the bathroom. The general idea is not to set the bar too high and then feel like a failure when I haven't accomplished House Beautiful in 24 hours.

Speaking of feeling like a failure, I once tried that that Flylady site and it seems I don't have the enthusiasm to keep my sink shiny all the time, and therefore I failed. Flylady is so overwhelming that it makes me want to just hide on the couch and watch more Harry Potter movies instead of cleaning. Related: if I was Molly Weasley, I could just wave my wand and say, "Scourgify!" and the sink would be clean.

So here's my plan so far:
1. Organize one thing every day.
2. Stop buying fabric and yarn until I have used up all the fabric and yarn I already own.
3. Make a chore chart for the whole family and actually stick with it this time.
4. When I'm feeling lazy, watch Hoarders because that always sends me into a cleaning frenzy.

So, what are your tips and tricks? Keep in mind that:

  • Our house is tiny. Miniscule, actually. So I'm looking for ideas on how to utilize teeny-tiny amounts of space well. 
  • Oh, and our closets are either freaky-shaped or nonexistent. 
  • I don't have hundreds of dollars to spend on containers 'n' things.
  • I am not Molly Weasley.
  • I have a fairly short attention span and Flylady gives me panic attacks.

I'm looking for general ideas (lay out your clothes in the morning) and little bits of brilliance like this:
I DID THIS: Wrap Christmas lights around a paper towel roll (or wrapping paper roll). Cut a slit in the end of the paper towel roll to keep them from unraveling. (Pinterest via Buzzfeed)
Brilliant tricks like this, which make me happy and allow me to pretend that I have my act together, will be filed on my Pinterest board for organizing. If you click over, you'll see that I only have two ideas there, and I've only done one of them. So, I need more ideas.

Helllllllllllllp meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

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56 comments:

  1. Japanese houses are tiny, so it's all about organizing your storage. We use Tupperware for the little things, clear three-drawer cases for the medium stuff, and gallon totes for the big stuff. The three drawer cases fit under our desks for easy access. Also, each kid has a four-drawer thing (different color for each kid) from IKEA for his/her toys and shared toys are separated by theme (i.e. puzzles, trains, board games) and put in clear totes so the kids can see inside.

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    1. Oh yeah, and we always make them put their own stuff away before bed and before screen time. This year I instituted that each kid has to put his/her own clothes away. If they refuse, I offer to let them wash their own clothes.

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    2. One more thing: buy holiday storage containers. They're dirt cheap after the holiday and work just the same. Okay. I'm done now! :)

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    3. Thanks! Our kids actually do put away their own clothes, but I like the idea of cleaning up before screen time! And great tip on the holiday storage containers.

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  2. How did you read my mind today? You have like a Jedi mind trick going on. I have no suggestions because I'm overwhelmed and drowning in chaos here too and Flylady exhausts me reading about it. So...Here's to 2013 being the year to get it together!

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  3. Great idea to break it up in to smaller projects. I wish I could convince my husband to do that! He thinks it must be a total overhaul or nothing. My advice: this is a great time of year to get rid of stuff. Consider getting rid of things you don't need or actually love. In terms of actually organizing and keeping things that way, I am a big fan of the crap basket. It is a basket (or some such thing) that you keep in your living room, say, and all the crap that doesn't belong in the room goes there throughout the day. At the end of the day (or before watching tv, or whatever) you must empty the basket. This is a great job for the kids, or to do as a family, if you keep leaving stuff where it doesn't belong. Also, I try to live by the idea that if it will take less than 60 seconds to put something where it goes (ie. coat hung up instead of on the couch) I should just put it where it goes. I'm not great at this, and sometimes you don't have 60 whole seconds, but I am getting better with practice. Best of luck to you. This is a great time of year to do this kind of thing, since we're stuck inside with all our junk anyway :)

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    1. I started doing that with the baby's playpen. Two months later it is now a giant laundry basket. :(

      It is a brilliant idea though, I just suck at the follow-through!

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    2. We have baskets, too. One for each family member, and they're by the front door where we drop our purse, hat, keys, etc. When I'm picking up if I see something that needs a home, but I'm not sure where that home should be because it's not mine (or I'm not in the mood to put it there if it is mine), it goes in that person's baskets. Baskets get dumped and sorted once a week. Ours are more for smaller things, though, papers and such.

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    3. If he wants the total overhaul thing then do one room every other week. We do a total overhaul on Easter break, Summer and Christmas Break by doing a room a day.

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  4. I'm in the same boat - tiny house, big family, working from home and homeschooling. It's a recipe for a constantly cluttered house. My best advice for you is to figure out the ONE thing that will make the biggest impact and just concentrate on that. For me, it was getting a load of dishes done each day. Even if nothing else got done around the house, as long as one load of dishes went through the dishwasher, I was doing better than I used to. Then I added at least one load of laundry each day. Now I'm up to two loads of dishes and two loads of laundry per day (the kids help - I'm not doing it all myself!). I know I've made progress because I was able to invite friends over Saturday evening without that gut-clenching panic about how bad the house was.

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  5. (I think this is my first time commenting? anyhoo. hi!)

    Though I've completely and utterly failed at using it for my own MEANS, as somebody who seems to have similar problems, I really like Unfuck Your Habitat. (they're on tumblr, fb, etc etc, and cae out with an iPhone app.) It's all about keeping things manageable and small.

    One of these days I'll start doing it. Right now, though, my bedroom looks like it could be in a hoarders episode itself... :-/

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  6. So it's not just me? Two We are two ADD adults living with two kids, one severely ADD. I can't get my act together to do anything (perils of unemployment). I've tried chore charts and can't stick with em. AND I cannot keep my sink shiny (let alone empty it.) I'll be watching for suggestions because I am pretty much going crazy! I have no suggestions myself, just letting you know that you're not alone. I too wish I was Molly Weasley!

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  7. The VERY best thing I ever heard from Flylady was, you can't organize clutter. So no matter how well things get organized it doesn't mean anything if you're drowning in "Stuff".

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  8. I utilize my slaves... ahem... I mean CHILDREN when I get really monstrously behind on housework… We play a “game” called “What’s Next?” I set the timer for 30 minutes, and each one of them has to come to me and ask me “What’s Next?” and I give them a simple job to do. Anything from “clear off the couch and put everything away” to “empty the dishwasher” to “take your laundry downstairs and sort it” to “Pick up everything on the floor in the living room and put away” to “Put all the books away in the den” to “Sweep the dining room”…etc… etc… etc… I have also been know to give a kid a plastic bag and make their job running through the house and finding as much trash as they can to fill that bag…

    When they’re done with that job, they have to come ask me “What’s Next?” Sounds silly, but we make WAY more progress on the house when playing this game, and when the timer goes off, everyone has to finish the job they’re on and then we do something fun. If the house is REALLY horrible, we may have to do a second round… but as a reward we go out for ice cream or something when done for the day.

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    1. GREAT idea Aims!

      When I was a young baby-sitter for a family with 4 adorable pre-school (but normally active), children, the Dad invented a great game he called "Cemetery." Very simple: when a parent calls the game, the kids lie on the floor and pretend they are dead. (really!) The one who stays "dead" the longest wins. All attempts count - as long as the kids are quiet and remain prone).

      * The KIDS loved it because it there were actual prizes for the winner (the parents kept a stash of small favs/kid)
      * The DAD loved it because it gave him more than a few seconds of peace and quiet.
      *The MOM loved it because she had a few moments to get something done with a modicum of focus (plus, it made her laugh).

      As a fairly young teen at the time, it didn't occur to me to ask question about how it all started, but I thought it was fabulously clever.

      btw - check out my Organization & Task Completion and/or Stuff and Nonsense Series in Process (onsite search box) -- I love FL, but she TRULY does not understand just how BAD it can be down here in the trenches.

      xx,
      mgh
      (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie - ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
      - ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder -
      "It takes a village to educate a world!"

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  9. Prioritze! Think about what area of your life causes the most grief - never any clean undies, meal planning, stack o stuff in kitchen. Focus on that and beat it into submission.

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  10. i am not being sarcastic, here it is... THROW THINGS OUT! my guiding principle is "everything has a home". the corollary is "if i can't manage to find a home for it, out it goes." if i repeatedly come across the same damn thing when i am trying to clean and can't find a good place to put it, i get rid of it. when i am shopping, the question isn't, "do i need or want it?" it's "where will it live in my house?" it is my life's rule- everything has a place where it can be put away. it's not automatic to get there. but once you're there, it's easier to manage. and it helps with your priorities. if it's really important, you make a home for it. if it isn't, you get rid of it. good luck!

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    1. yes.. I agree, plus if it is broken, or damaged, toss. If it is not being used, and is easily replaceable, give away.

      Good luck.

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  11. Here's a very small thing: right after school, dump out the lunch boxes and put them on top of the fridge. Then they're not in the way at dinner time (so you feel like you have more counter space!), you know where they are when it's time to pack them (no more yelling at already late kids!), and you can't put anything else on top of the fridge because it's already full of something useful (less clutter!). Careful over the summer -- they seem to multiply like bunnies up there unsupervised.

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  12. There is a site I started using last year. I like it because the tasks are broken down by week and you can jump in any time, so even though I stopped when life got stressful, I could jump back in at any time without any guilt. http://www.home-storage-solutions-101.com/

    Also, I looked around and started noticing all the things I meant to get to "later". So my new goal is to start doing things as I notice them so that "later" doesn't pile up.

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  13. I feel you - we are also in a tiny house with minimal closet space, and I live with an ADD husband and child. The number one thing that helps is to get rid of things that you do not use or wear on a regular basis. I keep bags in my bedroom for donations. As soon as I see something that I realize we don't need or use, I put it in the bags. I am quick to put things in because I know I will check one last time before I donate and that I will have a few weeks to think about it. If I can put it in the bag and forget about it or have no need to take it out, I know it should just stay there and go to someone else. I found a charity for a women's shelter that picks the donations up from our home, and they pick up from us on a regular basis.

    I also get the kids involved in what we call "countdowns." I will say, "OK, let's do a 10-8-6 countdown," (or whatever number fits the situation) and each person picks up 10 things and puts them in their place, then eight, then six. It helps the kids to have a set beginning and end for the task, and it makes the task very concrete: pick something up that is not in its proper location and put it in its place. But really, the biggest thing that has helped us is to focus on getting rid of things we don't use regularly. Don't try to do it all at once, just go one closet or room at a time.

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  14. Delightful Order is doing a twelve-month organization challenge. She's posting organization tips for one area of the home each month. I don't know about you, but I tend to be a little more successful when I have a challenge. And it's in smallish pieces too. Maybe this will help? Good luck!

    http://delightfulorder.blogspot.com/

    www.eatwriteteach.com

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  15. What I find most helpful is doing things ahead of time... my kids have those daily pocket organizers in their closets - Sunday afternoon I put out all their clothes for the week so they can grab and go on school mornings. I make lunches for everyone while I'm prepping dinner so they're ready to go in the morning.

    I also like to do a 10 minute clean-up before TV time - all dishes in the dishwasher, counters cleaned up, shoes put away, etc. Everyone helps, and it means we can relax afterward. And I am all about little steps and little rewards - if I hang up all the coats and put away all the shoes, I'll play a round of Zuma or read some facebook, then go on to another task.

    Good luck! Start small, toss what you don't NEED, and you'll get there!

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  16. Getting lunches packed and backpacks together the night before is a big help to me.
    I also like the website Uncluterer.com for inspiration.

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  17. You have no idea how happy it makes me to know that flylady have someone else a panic attack.

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  18. Try checking out Unfuck Your Habitat on Tumblr; my best friend recommended it. The basic idea involves 20/10s, that is cleaning for 20 minutes followed by doing something fun for you for 10 minutes. Even with my four children under 7 running around I can usually manage 20 minutes of cleaning a day. She has some really great tips too, and she answers questions.

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  19. I have a family of 5 - and just finally moved out of our "1.5 br/ 1ba" Apartment (heyyyy 1.5 rounds to two though) ...

    It was a CONSTANT struggle for me to keep things organized... I'm still learning- I know you mentioned you don't have money for bins - because that was my favorite thing- I put toys in bins and made my kids ask for them- keeping my kids mess to a minimum helped indefinitely- so all the action figures were in one bin, all the legos in another- and only if they brought one back did they get another down :)

    But- My FAVORITE thing I learned about organizing? ... Is with my paper work. I felt like every drawer was cluttered- and then I'd need something? And I couldn't find it- so I KNEW It was in THAT drawer? BUT WHERE?

    I stopped doing drawers- I went through all my paperwork and if it was older than 3 years? It got shredded, then? Whatever was left was organized into 3 ring binders- the cheapy ones that are only an inch- and then I used clear sleeves in them- so? When I needed to find a title for a car? I just went to the "Vehicle binder" and flipped the pages until I found the sleeve with the title in it. This has helped cut down on SO MUCH *crap* for me... <3 Good luck though - I think it's a fight for all of us to some extent ... unless we have no children , no spouse and no life :P <3

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  20. I light with candles, eat in the living room so the table can be used as storage and say I am eclectic....

    doesn't that work for everyone?!?!?! :)

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  21. I make personalized chore charts for my friends. They always work well. The idea being that pre-done checklists are never EXACTLY what you need... and they don't come with a real person behind them to help you figure out what needs to be on them. Also, I make them break tasks down to as small as possible. Instead of "clean bathrooms" it's "toilets" "bathroom sinks" "bathtub" "bathroom floors" and "mirrors". It also helps that maybe not all of those things need done with the same frequency so you can split them up. Maybe toilets need done twice a week, but the mirrors only every other week.

    I do the lists three months at a time. And MY list includes closets, junk drawers, etc. So every three months, the junk drawer gets dumped and organized. With that plan, you could put everything on your list that you want organized, spread it out over three months to avoid being overwhelmed, and in 3 months your house would be organized AND you'd have a plan in place to keep it that way.

    I'd be happy to make you a list if it's something you think you're interested in.

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    1. In case any other commenters are interested, I'll make lists for anyone. For free. They can be life changing, I promise. I love to do them and I love to see them help other people. If you try it and it doesn't work for you, what are you out? The 20 minutes you put into it? I would really love it if some of you would ask for them.

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    2. I would be interested in a set. How can I contact you?

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    3. Jenni, That sounds AWESOME! I'd like to try it! What info do you need?

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    4. Jenni, I would be very interested, too!

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  22. Use up some of that fabric to make storage buckets/boxes. There are some great tutorials on the interwebs!

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  23. Two parents working full-time with 3 kids under 4 years old makes for quite a challenge in keeping up with the house. A challenge in which the laundry always wins. Dammit. One of my friends instituted a brills regiment at her house. For the first 15 minutes they are home, everyone cleans. They set a timer and that is long enough to sweep several rooms, vacuum, clean a bathroom or whatever. I get into the mode of being so overwhelmed that I hide and do nothing!

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  24. If you can or go threw a lot of jars you can save those and use them to store small items (needles and pins, buttons, screws and nails, extra christmas lights, fuses, and etc.), Costco and Target have 10-15 dollar magnetic chore charts (or you can make your own), If you get food in those Tupperware-like containers you can use those to hold bobbins of threadm crayons or other stuff. You can use old two litter bottles from soda and some tape to hold yarn (cut the bottle in half around the middle stick your yarn end through the neck, put the bottom in place and tape it closed). Most of my storage ideas are craft related.

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  25. The fact that a Tumblr called "Unfuck Your Habitat" even exists makes me so happy. It's clearly going to suit me better than Flylady. Thanks for all these tips, everyone!

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  26. I know exactly what you mean! I cannot see the top of any counter, table or even some floors with all the STUFF we have on top of it. We keep saying we need to be more organized to set a good example for the kids, but we keep failing in that regard. I like your thought about organizing one thing each day. I get so distracted by putting things away where they belong I never really finish what I started. I seem to flit from area to area with nothing really ever getting accomplished. I may try to join you in that and just trying to stay organized and clutter free. I really need to start going through the kids toys while they are at school and start to toss or donate some of their stuff.

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  27. I have a similar problem. Small space, too distracted, too much stuff. Plus we homeschool so we are here ALL THE TIME!

    I also find that most of the suggestions for small spaces mean you must have high ceilings (we don't), or lots of money for all new furniture, containers and projects (we definitely don't).

    I do have a Pinterest board for Organization/Small Space ideas: http://pinterest.com/dottieanna29/getting-organized-small-space-ideas/

    and another for cleaning tips:http://pinterest.com/dottieanna29/cleaning-household-tips/

    Maybe something there will be helpful to you. I've used less than half the ideas from either board so far, but I live in hope.

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  28. Hit the thrift stores in your area, I found lots of cabinet and closet organizers very cheap. I keep a bag or box in the garage for donations and try to add to it.

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  29. These are some great suggestions. I advocate having a place for everything, if it doesn't have a place it goes. "Keep only those things you know to be useful and believe to be beautiful." The kids and I used to play a house cleaning game. We would sit around and discuss who could do what in say 20 minutes. We'd set a times and all work like crazy on our jobs. When the timer went off we amazed each other with how much we got done. Often if the chore wasn't done, the kid would finish it anyway. I taught my kids that it took less time to hang up a coat when it was taken off than to throw it someplace and hang it up later. I have low vision so I've always had a place for everything and put things back right away because I hate looking for things. Do start small, say one tabletop, and let the habit ripple out from there. Even if only that one tabletop stays tidy, at least it's some one thing of beauty to enjoy.

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  30. We are in a similar situation my ideas are : declutter a few minutes every day. And cart it out to your car. You need more space in your house to breathe and think so less stuff leads to organizing the stuff you want to keep. Next, have designated areas for your kids crap. My kids have hooks for their coats and backpacks and they are required to put their stuff away right after school before snack time. Electronics are untouched until homework is completed and a few simple chores are completed. My fourth grader makes his own lunch and both kids help clean up after dinner (we have no dishwasher and dishes left until morning are demoralizing). You are normal. We are all in the same boat and have varying levels of tolerance for clutter. Keep us posted.

    Ps I just bought the unfuck your habitat app and it is fucking perfect and a great place to start.

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  31. I don't know how to share it on here, but I just recently pinned something from Stockpilingmoms.com where you cover up old dollar store bins with fabric, great for storing stuff (like Legos and Polly Pockets) and using up fabric!

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  32. This probably gets old but I just discovered your blog (only half my fb friends already "liked" it - duh) and I LOVE YOU. I LOVE YOU STARK RAVING MAD MOMMY. That is all.

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  33. I'm a professional organizer (as well as a mom of four), so I hear this all the time. You're taking a step in the right direction by doing a little bit each day. Being organized isn't a destination; once you ARE organized, you still have to maintain it. And if that's hard, then you're doing something wrong; it should be easy!

    A few tips to get you started:

    1) No organizing system on the planet can solve the problem of too much stuff. Get rid of anything you don't need, use, or want.

    2) Don't keep things "just in case." In the vast majority of instances, you won't need it again - and if you do, you won't remember that you have it OR know where it is. (Make exceptions for irreplaceable items, of course.)

    3) One in, one out. If you are going to buy a new [something], you must get rid of something you already own. Gooddonor.org is a great way of scheduling donations by date or by type of item.

    4) If you can't get going on your own, hire a professional organizer who's a member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers). It doesn't have to be a long-term commitment; you can find someone who will help you figure out what you need to do and give you a sense of direction so you can work on your own.

    Good luck! An organized home is so liberating!

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  34. HI. I am very similar to you. 6 months ago I did my ENTIRE huge house, starting with my 600 square foot studio. What I did was make ridiculously small chunks of work....For example, 1 drawer, or one shelf per day. Every single thing came out, and only went back in if there was a need for it. Anything iffy got tossed. That was it for the day. If I was feeling good then I did more, otherwise that was it. If one drawer was too much for me, then I would do whatever part of that drawer I could do during commercials if I had the tv on. It took weeks, but it got done:) Another great thing was a 'Take me home' bin. As I was cleaning, I put anything in there that I didn't need, and any time someone came to my house I'd tell them to take a look and take whatever they wanted. It was emptied in one week!

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  35. I love the Christmas light organizer!

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  36. No suggestions for you - I am much the same and deeply struggling - but wanted to let you know that you've inspired me: http://www.squashedmom.com/2013/01/new-years-resolution-clean-up-my-act.html Thanks!

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  37. The key is to train yourself, kids and man to put everything back where it belongs. You can clean, organize and purge until the cows come home, but if you don't keep it up, then you are back to square one.

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  38. I have a tiny house and a budget to match. I also have TWO drawers in my kitchen. Yes. 2. I banished my big mixer to the basement since I only need it for major holidays, we use bowls that are nice to serve in, but can also be mixed in or stored in so that i don't have 9 bowls in my cabinet, just three. Because really, how often do you serve more than three sides, or mix something that needs more than three bowls? We decided to order one of those drying mats because the dish drain hogs up so much counter space. We only buy same color socks now, no stripes or anything that needs matching. If all your socks are the same, you don't need to match anything. I am on a push to reclaim our home too. I take two garbage bags a day and fill them and toss them. I don't donate them, I don't have a garage sale. Because that is just another chore and I don't have time. So to the garbage they go. My goal is to get us pared down to 7 outfits each. I threw out about five pairs of shoes today because my feet are two sizes larger now that I have two children. I also got rid of all my tupperware-ish stuff. It's too bulky and annoying. Everything goes in a ziploc or in a cereal bowl covered with plastic wrap. Or a coffee mug, whatever, it takes less space than the tupperware stuff. I am purging like crazy. Every since our second child was born in March it has been a long and depressing slide into pandemonium. I can't keep up, so I am paring us back to what I can keep up WITH.

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  39. A belated comments, but the two things that help keep me sane are:

    1. Hooks on the back of the kids' bedroom door where they hang their jackets. They now know that they walk in the house, go straight to the bedroom and hang up their jackets & gloves. I used the 3M Command hooks and they work great
    2. A four-hook board in the stairway to our basement where we hang the daycare bag (sheet, blanket, etc.), backpack and lunch totes. That way in the morning, I go to one location and grab and then we're out the door.
    These two things have literally reduced my morning pressure by 60%- no hunting through umpteen rooms for jackets & gloves, no tripping over said items in the hall at night, no last-minute frantic search for the backpack. Heaven!

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  42. My Name is Vicky Lorimer, I am From United Kingdom.i am hear to give testimony of how i got back my husband, we got married for more than 9 years and have gotten two kids. thing were going well with us and we are always happy. until one day my husband started to behave in a way i could not understand, i was very confused by the way he treat me and the kids. later that month he did not come home again and he called me that he want a divorce, i asked him what have i done wrong to deserve this from him, all he was saying is that he want a divorce that he hate me and do not want to see me again in his life, i was mad and also frustrated do not know what to do,i was sick for more than 2 weeks because of the divorce. i love him so much he was everything to me without him my life is incomplete. i told my sister and she told me to contact a spell caster, i never believe in all this spell casting of a thing. i just want to try if something will come out of it. i contacted Dr Illeh for the return of my husband to me, they told me that my husband have been taken by another woman, that she cast a spell on him that is why he hate me and also want us to divorce. then they told me that they have to cast a spell on him that will make him return to me and the kids, they casted the spell and after a week my husband called me and he told me that i should forgive him, he started to apologize on phone and said that he still love me that he did not know what happen to him that he left me. it was the spell that Dr Illeh casted on him that make him to come back to me today,me and my family are now happy again today. thank you Dr Illeh for what you have done for me i would have been nothing today if not for your great spell. i want you my friends who are passing through all this kind of love problem of getting back their husband, wife , or ex boyfriend and girlfriend to contact illehspell@gmail.com or illehspell@yahoo.com and you will see that your problem will be solved without any delay.


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  43. Dear friends, my name is Sandra Luis from Canada, i am into business,but it was not bringing out profit as it was supposed to, life was not what living cos things was bad for me financially, i have a beautiful wife with four kids to take care off. i sold my car and most of my property just to keep earns mate and still things was not going easily for me. so i complained to a friend of mine who said he knew a powerful spell caster from Africa called Dr ATILA who can perform magical money spell or good luck or automatic promotion in office, making someone love you back, spells to bring close one in jail or lost back home,healing spell etc.that help straightened his brother life from taking hard drugs. At first i was confused and doubtful, then i decided to give a try and did what Dr ATILA told me to do, to my surprise 3 days later things started going well for me, i got what i ever bargained for, my business was flourishing like never before, i now have enough money to take good care of my family and we are living happily,I thank His greatness .atilahealinghome@yahoo.com for bringing my source to hope and joy with his powerful spell,well if you want to be a living testimony like me or interested in any spell casting you can contact Dr ATILA via this email atilahealinghome@yahoo.com

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  44. My name is Rebecca Miller I'm from united state, i have been married for 4 years and i have a break up with my husband 3 months ago and i was worried and so confuse because i love him so much. i was really going too depressed and a friend directed me to this spell caster Dr. Laco and i made all my problems known to him and he told me not to worry that he was going to make my husband to come back to me and in just 48hours i receive a call from my husband and he was appealing that i should come back to the house. i have never in my life believe in spell and but now it have just helped me and i am now so happy. All Thanks to him and if you also want to have your Husband back to yourself here !! his emailAddress(lacopowerfulspellcaster@yahoo.com) i am so happy to testify of your work and kindness

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