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Organizing
tips and
products
to gain
control
over
clutter

APER JAMS

Gain control over cluttered chao
s with these paper- organizing

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tips and products.

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LABELS

Personalized wall pockets create
a place for each family member
to find and keep important
materials. Review weekly
to avoid paper clutter that
overflows the pockets.

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SMALL TRAYS

Park each family member’s
phone, keys, and sunglasses
in
a separate small tray. Thread
cables through binder clips
to
keep cords from falling behind
the table.

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mail

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WALL POCKETS
CLEAR WALL POCKET
Eliminate the traffic
Drop oft-accessed
jam at the front door b
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ou r
onotebooks and folders in this
sorting and slotting (r
regularl
-erase wall-mount keeper. Choose
than stacking and burying)
a
transpare
boar
nt one so you can
board.
, bills, and invitationsRefrain
see everything inside.
into pockets.

MINI WALL BINS
Collect easy-tomisplace bits of paper,
such as gift cards,tickets,
and claim checks, in small
bins mounted on the wall.

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BULLETIN BOARDS
ost items y
efer t
y on a dry
d or cork
from overloading so the
details are easy to spot.

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COUPON STATION
Deposit coupons in
the lower pocket as you
clip them. Before heading
to the store, sort and stash
coupons in a file-type
organizer that is easy to
take along. You also can
put receipts and loyalty
cards here.

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SHREDDER Place
a small shredder
for destroying sensitive
documents near
e awar
disposal bins.

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BINDERS Gather
WEEKLY CALENDAR
kiddos’ keepsakes
Establish a family
and mementos into
calendar on paper or a
binders, one for each child,
dry-erase board where
wher
ds, report
reminders and events for the
cards, outstanding tests,
week are posted for all to
and artwork can all be
see. Tack tickets, invitations,
kept neatly.
and appointment cards on a
stretch of corkboard. Update
it every Sunday.

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STAND-UP DIVIDER
Store larger office
supplies and stationery
vertically rather than
shoved in a drawer, making
them easier to retrieve.

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MAGAZINE
HOLDERS
Stand periodicals,
notebooks, paper, softcover books, and folders in
magazine holders. Organize
by title or subject, and
label each holder.

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