Continuing our blog series highlighting our Back-to-School Checklist, we will focus on food and kitchen items items. Organize-It is a one-stop shop for keeping your food fresh and your kitchen tidy. Here’s a look at some of our favorite items!
The packing has begun! I have a quick tip for you while packing breakables. First line the bottom of your box with fabric, a towel, bedding, a pillow, anything soft. You can also use these things to wrap the breakables.
Is your son or daughter off to college soon? Still haven’t finished dorm room shopping? Don’t know where to start? Fortunately, Organize-It has helped take the stress out of packing up for the fall semester with our Back-to-School Checklist.
I love my iPad — so when I saw this knife block with a shelf for a tablet, I knew it was time to write about knife blocks again. This knife block is made by Victorinox, although I'm not seeing it on the Victorinox web site yet.
It’s a little late to be showing you our Summer Fun List but I wanted to share with you how we kept track of our fun activities this Summer. This year we decided to use the chalkboard door leading to the garage.
Are you always looking for ideas on how to get your home clean and organized? What about printables to help you stay on schedule and time management ideas to help you in your daily life? I have an exciting offer for you.
Continuing our blog series highlighting our Back-to-School Checklist, we will focus on bath items. Whether you are sharing a suite bathroom or using communal showers, Organize-It has what you need to keep all of your shower supplies neat and tidy.
Monday night, I had my book group over to my house — which means I spent part of Monday doing some house cleaning. Along the way, I found some interesting things to declutter — interesting to me, at any rate!
A few months ago I had the opportunity to be a guest expert on MOMentity and gave an on-line teleconference on the topic of Organizing Your Closet. It was my first time doing something like this and I really had a lot of fun!
Yesterday, we looked at five knife blocks — but what if you lack counter space, and would prefer a knife rack? I've got five more interesting choices to show you, starting with the knife racks from OnOurTable.
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