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"This high-functioning coffee table features a work surface that lifts to tray height and slides to reveal supply compartments."
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Storage doesn't need to be hidden. Show off your storage style with these creative displays that are both eye-catching and functional.
The image shown here is currently what you see when you go to Google.com.
I'm among the sites going dark Jan 18 to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and its sibling the Protect IP Act (PIPA). I won't be posting to this topic this day.
Mashable states, "Going dark is a dramatic but not entirely unrealistic warning of what the Internet could look like in a SOPA world.
"The blackout is a way to get the two bills into the mainstream by showing people outside the tech industry how their everyday lives could be affected by the bills."
Read article for more info:
Stop American Censorship website:
"W hen you have a lot to do, you need to be organized to manage it all."
For a home makeover, this blogger talks about setting up a "command central" as the first step in organizing all the things she wants to have done.
Industrial designer Justin Porcano just might help us get organized and remember where we left our keys with his latest design: Wallplates.
The site StyleLikeU.com features people and their closets. But not just any people, and not just any closet.
The one I came across was an interview with Fatima Robinson, and I really loved her style.
Watch the video and take a look inside Fatima's closet for some inspirations and fun.
In the article "Clever Home Organization Ideas" it shows this idea that I liked using towel bars, baskets and clips to store stuff in. Clever indeed!
My own article featuring 5 free online and mobile technology tools to manage and organize yourself and family.
Get my "cliff note" version of these 5 - Cozi, Famundo, Evernote, Jibidee, and Accompl.sh.
Igor Josif's blog post is "dedicated to the room we enter first thing after getting up in the morning and last thing before going to bed: the bathroom."
He shows some cool ideas for this room, all with the feel of being at the spa...
"I would encourage you to regift…back to the thrift store. [...]While you may not be able to donate truckloads of goods or write a big check, you can still support your local thrift shops and declutter your life in the process."
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Here I am again - at Martha Stewart's blog!
Found this cool idea:
"A pegboard organizes tools and brooms, while a metal cart serves as a mobile workbench. Adjustable shelves display an assortment of containers, including a painted wooden box that stores glue; glass jars contain small hardware. And the pan of sand on the floor catches oil drips from the car."
Scroll gallery for more garage and shed organizing ideas.
From Home Made Simple:
"Get your everyday office essentials organized with new uses for common household items."
I use lazy susans in kitchen cupboards and on my kitchen counters to group items on so the surface isn't cluttered. But the use of one of these turntables is something I never thought of using in the office!
Read about it here:
Stylish and convenient storage spot for boots, shoes, keys, and mail.
"Triple-up function with king of multi-tasking: the storage ottoman. It's a table, it's a seat, and it's a storage bonanza— great place to stash files, writing materials, and extra pillows and throws."
Top Picks of some FREE online productivity tools for the mobile office designed to make your life a little easier while out of the office.
You'll find video overviews on each one.
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There's a few good tips here to help individuals get started on an organizing project - maybe nothing you didn't already know though!
Great article with nice photos. An enjoyable read for those that want it simple and straight.
"A living room free from clutter can also help minimize stress especially if you just came from a busy work."
This is my article about deciding if something should be kept or thrown away.
"The way I see it, stuff has to be something we can’t live without. It should be a necessity in our life, or at least a piece of decor we find beautiful and enhances a room, or keepsakes we value, which should be on display."
Floorplanner is a way to easily create floor plans online without the need for design software. The Basic is free for personal use, with upgrade to Plus. You can organize the layout for any room before moving things around.
I've used the Basic and it is quite user-friendly, so give it a try!
"Modular cabinets combine to form a station for gardening and garage work. A floor rack keeps large tools in check, while smaller tools hang from sliding clips on a slatted wall panel. Short cubbies and drawers provide storage for gardening supplies and form a countertop for potting."
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"Between cellphones, computers, laptops, DVD players, game consoles, tablets and music accessories, keeping everything organized can be tricky."
Here are some cool ideas for managing your favorite home gadgets, like office equipment and getting rid of chord clutter.
In viewing desk organizing ideas at Martha Stewart's site, I stumbled on the Notebook with Envelope Pockets. Pretty cool way to keep receipts and stuff using pretty greeting card envelopes.
Read how this is done:
I saw this and had to "scoop it"! So very clever indeed.
Just fill a tray with stones, and ice and snow will melt through rocks to bottom of tray!
There's more entryway ideas where this came from ...
First, scroll through the image gallery to see their "50 Unique Home Organization Ideas"
Then, browse through the thumbnails below the gallery to see lots more ideas, too.
This blogger had a few cheap organization ideas. For instance, pictured here is a clever way to organize some jewelry. There is also a way to create a weekly planner and a simple project to organize and store ribbons.