Affordable Closet Organization Bins & Baskets on Amazon
A great day to you all! I can’t go anywhere and I am in an organizing mood this week. Closet organization has been on my mind a lot lately and I’m making the best of things and am looking at affordable organizing bins and baskets from Amazon, all under $20. Sounds good to me!
A greater day to you all! Check out some of my favorite farmhouse wall decor finds from Amazon. Everything listed here is under $20. If you’re a fan of farmhouse decor and are looking for an affordable way to decorate that bland, drab wall, you may find something here that you will absolutely love!
A happy, happy Monday to you! Check out some of my favorite farmhouse finds from Amazon. Everything listed here is under $50. If you’re a fan of farmhouse decor, you may find something here that you will absolutely love!
Looking on the internet, you will find many blogs and businesses that offer help to those struggling with clutter. Do you fit this profile? You will be happy to know that there is help available. Follow these simple habits to keeping your life clutter free.
How many times have you lost your keys? Shoes? or important papers because there is too much clutter in your home? Families around the country are drowning in clutter that can cost time and money as well as cause frustration. Clearing the clutter from your home, and your life, can take time; but, it is well worth the effort. The end result is a clutter free life!
Create a cleaning and decluttering schedule (routine)
In order to remain clutter free, you’ve got to have a routine. Include chores for each member of the family so one person does not have to do everything. If you work on cleaning a little bit each day, it will make keeping your home clean much easier.
Go through your home
Take note of anything in your home that is out of place. Are there items that are piling up or things that bother you? Start with what bothers you most and sort through them. Get rid of things you no longer need or want. The goal is to clear small areas, one at a time, until you have cleaned the entire room. Go through each room until you have gotten rid of as much clutter as possible.
I have blog posts that address fast cleaning ideas, most of which are short and easy to do:
This is our absolute worst offender. It is extremely difficult for us to have a clutter free environment with papers everywhere. Rather than stacking mail and other papers all over the room, create a specific and visible area to handle mail and pay bills. This could be a desk or a shelf with an inbox. Be sure to place a garbage can near your mail area so you can throw junk mail out as you go through the mail.
If you have room for a shredder, place this there as well! Along with the inbox, shredder and garbage can, it would also be helpful to keep a family calendar in the area. When you see paperwork that has an appointment or important date, you will be able to write the information directly into the calendar and toss the paper.
Designate a Dropoff Point
Place a coat rack or shelf with hooks near the door you use most often. Have everyone hang jackets, purses and book bags here when they come into the home each day. By placing these items in the same place each day, your family will be less likely to lose things.
Develop a Filing System
Develop a filing system so you can find important papers when you need them. You can use similar tactics to have a clutter free office or workspace. A clean work area can make your day more productive, which your boss will most likely appreciate.
Cut back on the commitments
I know that we all have obligations in some way, shape or form. But, too many obligations can lead to a cluttered life. We are busy. Between meetings, sports, band, volunteering or religious activities we are all going in different directions. Declutter your schedule by asking each person to look at their obligations and see which activity they can do without. This will reduce the amount of running and allow the family to eat together more often.
Finally, do not be afraid to seek outside help. If if you are simply overwhelmed with the current amount of clutter in your life, get help. There are professional organizers that can recommend simple habits to keeping your life clutter free. Now, this may not be the most frugal way to go about this; but, in the long run, it is a great investment, provided you stick to and use the advice that you’re given. They can also help you develop a routine that can work for you and your family.
Glass bottles come in many shapes and forms. You can find items of all different sizes and designs for your project. There are many reasons that this kind of product is sold in bulk and you are sure to find a lot that offers everything that you need for your project.
The type of item you will want to buy depends on the type of project that you have in mind. There are plenty of great ideas that are associated with glass bottles and you can do wonders with these craft items. The following are some examples of how you can put them to good use.
Glass Bottles as Gift Ideas
Nothing is as special or as touching as a homemade gift. Why not create a signature scent for each of your friends? These presents are ideal for birthdays, the holidays or just about any other special occasion. Wholesale glass bottles are a fundamental part of this kind of present.
Glass Bottles for Fragrances & Perfumes
When you purchase the glass bottles for fragrances you are most likely going to have to buy in bulk. This is the best way to get rock bottom prices on the gear and you will find that the homemade fragrances are such a hit that you will want to keep a stock of them on hand.
I like to use wholesale glass bottles for perfumes that have a sprayer and cap that fits over the spraying mechanism. This is a personal preference and you may find that you prefer an old-fashioned perfume bottle that has a fitted top that is used to apply the fragrance. As a general rule the more potent the scent the less that you will want to use the sprayer.
Glass Bottles as Home Decor
Glass bottles can also be used as decorative centerpieces. Perhaps you have several Coca Cola bottles laying around. If you are handy with a few simple tools and a couple of pieces of wood, you could easily repurpose those bottles into a really beautiful rustic centerpiece for your dining room table.
Add some much-needed color to a drab space in your home with a couple of painted glass bottles. You can get super creative with some paint and a desired color scheme.
Some of us prefer to use wholesale glass bottles for kitchen supplies. There is nothing more attractive than a food gift basket that includes homemade dressing and flavored olive oil in decorative glassware.
Most of these items are clear in color but you can find some in blues, pinks and just about any other color you can think of. I like to stick with clear wholesale glass bottles to keep the price down as much as possible. Colored glass is often a little more expensive than the basic clear ones.
Whether you want to use the items for presents, crafts or simple decorations for your home, nothing is more convenient or cost effective than wholesale glass bottles.
Where to Find Them
Glass bottles are fairly abundant and can be found in a variety of places. I have found them at my local thrift stores. The only real drawback to purchasing from a thrift store is if you want multiple of the same exact bottle, chances are pretty good that you will not find them.
That being said, if I want multiple bottles of the same exact type, I will turn to Amazon and see what deals I can find!
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