- My favorite organizing magazines
These are the four magazines that supply me with limitless organizing inspiration.
- Unitasker Wednesday: Rechargeable electric wine opener
There are many options for opening a bottle of wine, but none of them will make your gadget loving friends as envious as this Peugeot Rechargeable electric wine opener from Williams-Sonoma.
- Keep your gardening tools together
I’m not a huge gardener, but I do have a handful of tools that I use to keep my yard in order.
- Rubbermaid products solve messy lid problem
Two new Rubbermaid products have lids that snap to the bottom of the container to reduce mess in your cupboards.
- Workspace of the Week: Cube sweet cube
Tiffany’s well-lit cubicle shows that you can work in an organized space with a little personality.
- Difficult downsizing decisions
Teri makes difficult decisions about what stays and what goes during her move into her new space.
- Some light reading
Julie Morgenstern offers up some terrific organizing advice to Time magazine.
- Using what you already own
Evaluate your things and identify if they are in their best place and if you’re using what you already own.
- Extreme minimalism Monday: traditional Japanese bedding
Save space in your home by getting rid of your bed.
- Surround sound without the cable clutter
Looking for a surround sound system, but you really don’t want all those wires running around the room to every speaker?
- The load thing
We’ve been on a big charging station kick here lately, so reader Leigh sent in this way cool design.
- 10 Places to find hidden clutter
Ten places to start looking for hidden clutter in your home.
- Unitasker Wednesday: Portable ice maker
Need ice on the go? No problem! Skymall has you covered with its Portable Ice Maker.
- Avoiding children’s party clutter
Presents, although well intentioned and truly appreciated, can still end up as clutter. Listed here are ways to keep this clutter under control.
- 8 ways to cut back on computer cables
Follow these 8 simple steps to get rid of the birds’ nest of cables behind your computer.