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    Default Share your super organizational ideas!

    So if anyone read my posts in the lazy mum thread you can probably deduce that my house is a bomb! My biggest problem is lack of storage space so I have crap everywhere and I hate it.

    We'll hopefully be moving in a few months time and I'm determined not to let stuff pile up in the new place. With that in mind I would love it if any if you super organised Mum's could share your organizational hints and tips.

    I'm after any ideas for storing anything and everything in a home, from kitchen drawers to stationary to clothes to my DDs hair clips and anything in between! I guess I'm just looking for a heap of tried and tested ideas that other people use in their homes so I can pick and choose and put together a plan to organise my own home. TIA

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    Check this out! I only found it the other day so haven't done any myself, but I am wanting to do the whole kitchen command centre in a cupboard thing!

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    I just redid the kids drawers like so. I used to fold clothes and stack them one on top of the other. But inevitably, the kids dig through to find the one they want and leave a big mess in the process. This way you fold pants and tops in half first, then in thirds to make a neat rolled top edge. Then stack one behind the other so you can easily take the one you want out without disturbing the rest. I lined DDs up in a row of short sleeve, then long sleeve tops, then shorts and long pants. I can fit way more in her drawers doing it this way.
    It's perfect!

    I also did the same for mine and DFs underwear drawers. It's easy to maintain- you just keep folding the same way after each round of washing.

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    Thanks for the recs and ideas! Looking forward to checking out those links.

    Come on all you 'OCD' Mum's out there Put your organisational skills to good use and help us disorganized Mum's, pretty please!!

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    Following this, we are about to move again and I have so much trouble keeping stuff organised and tidy!!! There's a bit more storage space in the new house, but I'd love the ideas!

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    I'm hardly an OCD mum but one thing I've done that really makes a difference is store a folded doona cover & pillowcase inside another pillowcase. That way it's all there and when I change the beds, I'm not pulling the contents of the linen cupboard onto the floor while hissing 'where the f*** is the other pillowcase?'

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