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5 Things You Can Organize this Weekend

What you can organize this weekend, without a lot of effort.

what to keep on your kitchen counter

There’s nothing more gratifying to me that a project you can start and finish in the same day – or less! A nice little checkmark on the list and the feeling of accomplishment.

There’s no better time than the present, or weekend, to get organized. I’m sharing 5 things you can organize this weekend, and then celebrate by Sunday with a Strawberry Lemon Mimosa!

beautiful office with wood partners desk, linen chair and velvet curtains

Your paint colors. Does it bother you that when you need a quick touchup you’re not exactly sure which one you need? Or when you look for a can of paint and find that you have a few in the garage, a couple on the stairs and a slew of paint stored in the basement? Oh, that’s just me? Last week I organized our paint cans and colors by level and it felt so good. Over time paint cans have been left in various places, cluttering areas they don’t belong. My convenient paint color chart will ensure you never mess up with a touch-up.

use command hooks to maximize kitchen cabinet space

Command Hook storage. Make use of cabinet space with convenient easy to relocate, non-damaging Command Hooks. It can maximize valuable real estate in a small kitchen without any effort – or holes! Get the details here.

under kitchen sink storage

 

Under your kitchen sink. I need to photograph our new kitchen storage, but as you can see, using dollar store bins is a convenient way to organize the area under your kitchen sink. Eliminate anything you don’t use {or that doesn’t belong there} and group products into categories. I keep dishwasher detergent, scrubbers, etc next to the dishwasher and frequently used cleaning supplies on the other. Rarely used specialty items go in the back, but with the use of bins, are easily accessible and won’t fall down.

simple laundry room organization ideas with free printable labels

Laundry Room. Eliminate what you don’t need and consolidate what you do with my free printable natural stain removal guide. I like to keep the basics easily accessible and store remaining products, an iron, steamer, etc in the cabinets above. Learn how to organize your laundry room here.

How to organize a hall linen closet

Linen Closet or Linen Cabinet. Yes, I have both, a linen closet for sheets and blankets and a linen cabinet for pillows and throws. Pick one and in just a few minutes you can be done! Get tips and tricks to organizing your linens in minutes here.

 

You can find all of my easy organization ideas here.

entertaining expert and lifestyle blogger Julie Blanner

 

 

6 comments on “5 Things You Can Organize this Weekend”

  1. Great ideas. Nice and quick. These are the ones that make us feel more accomplished. Personally I will be trying to get some outside cleanup done from a long, never ending winter. Thank you for sharing the ideas though. A couple of those might fit in nicely on a weeknight.

  2. I absolutely adore your blog posts! They’re so inspirational! I love what you do, and the things you post is exactly the kind of things I’m interested in. ❤️

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  4. What kind of dish/ hand soap is that in your kitchen? Is it a combo deal or just for dishes? Do you remember where you got your dish scrubber too? Thanks!!

    • Sorry I missed this – I use a glass bottle from HomeGoods and refill with Seventh Generations clear/unscented dish soap. I use it for both hands and dishes. The scrubber is from Sur La Table. Enjoy!

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