- Productivity tip: Begin with a cleared surface
The first step of mise en place, before you pull out a single ingredient from the cupboard or turn a dial to heat up your stove, is to: Put away everything that you don’t need.
- Unitasker Wednesday: Pizza Scissors/Spatula–Cut n Serve
What I love about this week’s unitasker is that it proudly acknowledges its unitasker-y status. It screams, “I have ONE purpose and I DON’T CARE!”
- Ask Unclutterer: Hesitant to get rid of old computers because may need files off old machines
Reader K is reluctant to get rid of her old computers because she’s afraid there is data on them she may one day need.
- Simple strategies for marking items
After Saturday’s simple tape suggestion, PJ and I have been talking about our favorite tricks for marking items. Here are a handful more tips for identifying items in your home and workspace.
- Sleek and streamlined diaper bags
Diaper bags — like purses and wallets — can be magnets for clutter. I speak from personal experience when I say that things go into them and rarely, if ever, come out. The smaller the bag, usually the easier it is to keep it clutter free and stuffed only with essentials.
- Organize your writing, J.K. Rowling style
The website /Film reported on Friday about author J.K. Rowling’s method for organizing her books. Using pen, notebook paper, and a simple grid, she plotted out the direction of her stories.
- Unitasker Wednesday: MySneezee
When I hear the phrase “sneeze guard,” I think of the glass shield that sits above the food on a buffet line. But I’m wrong, I should be thinking of MySneezee!
- Simple, utilitarian, uncluttered cooking ideas
Unless you’re a professional chef or have super powers, your cooking routines are likely similar to mine; you’re interested in finding meals you can make when you’re wearing your proverbial Cook’s hair net instead of your Chef’s hat. Here are more than 100 ideas to get you cooking, uncluttered style.
- Unclutter Your Life in One Week and a special bonus
Unclutter Your Life in One Week would not be possible without you, the Unclutterer.com readers. In fact, you’re the first people thanked in the acknowledgments section of the book. As a sign of my appreciation, I want to offer you all something in return. I wish that I could give you a discount on the book, but the publishers and retailers have a tight lock on that part of the process. So, here is a special bonus that I can give without ruffling any feathers
- Bare bones baby buying guide
Discussing the bare necessities in the baby buying world.