One of the biggest obstacles to getting organized is money. It’s hard to come up with “extra” cash to take on an organizing project. While organizing saves you money in the long run, there is some investment involved. So, I wanted to show you all the things you can do with these awesome stacking bins. I got them from Storables.com. They come in three sizes and in each of them, the dividers can be removed.
I’ve mentioned it previously, but one of the easiest ways to make cleaning easy is to have a cleaning caddy at the ready in all the places that get dirty quickly. And if you have kids or pets, that’s the whole house. I love this kit because the dividers keep the clothes and sponges upright and the handles make it easy to carry around. It can easily be wiped down when it gets dirty too.
Create a coffee station with this organizer. Here I have stirrers, coffee filers and packets of sugar substitute. You could even fit KCups in here.
The smallest version is awesome for a desk caddy. Plenty of room for my address stamp, postal stamps, sticky notes, and writing implements. This would be a great “go station” by the phone or by the door.
Is your night table a disaster? Tuck all of the personal care item you use into an organizer like this and you’ll never have to dig through your drawer again. It’s all about making your morning and nightly routine quick, easy and enjoyable. I like seeing what I have and what I am running out of.
This kit is awesome for a little painting. Use it to store touch up paint from around the house or, like you see here, craft paints. Toss in a roll of paint tape and some brushes and this is perfect to craft with then tuck out of the way.
Tired of kids asking what you have for snacks? Create a little bin where they can see what to choose from and pick their own. These are snacks I keep in my office and I love having a selection to pick from. It’s like having my own, slightly healthier, vending machine! These bins would also be great for a pantry.
This bin is the perfect size for sunglasses. Line up all of your glasses in each compartment so you can see what you own and grab them quickly on your way out the door. Having the lenses facing up also avoids scratches and excess dirt.