I generally take about 2 months to leisurely put together everything I want to sell in my next yard sale. During this time, I’m also doing a bit of spring cleaning while purging all items we no longer wear or use. I tend to group items together by ‘theme’ and I start pricing items and printing out my signs at this point too. Here are some beginner tips for having a garage sale…
Storing & Organizing Things
Want to get organized? Need a place to put everything? Here, homeowners are sharing their best tips for keeping things organized when you're storing things inside closets, pantries, attics, basements, and garages. From bathroom & closet organizers to kitchen & pantry organization tips -- even clever ways to make your own storage organizers. We've got DIY storage and organization tips that you won't find anywhere else. And if you're going to have a garage sale to get rid of unused items... we have helpful tips for a successful yard sale as well!
Next on my list of ‘subdivision pet peeves’ is this: People don’t use their garages for parking cars in anymore! Why? See why here…
Here are 5 great tips for organizing your walk-in closet! This is a project that everyone could benefit from… why not do it now???
Looking for a quick & easy way to stay organized? Then you’ve GOTTA try the PocketMod! It’s very low-tech, yet very practical and functional. (Fun too!)
Do you snoop inside medicine cabinets? Should you? Believe it or not, there may be a good reason to snoop inside your friend’s medicine cabinet these days! Here are some interesting facts about this and other odd bathroom behavior, plus some funny bathroom pranks!
It bugs me when some many ‘working’ items are simply kicked to the curb on trash pick up day, rather than donated to places like Goodwill or the Salvation Army… or better yet, passed on to your own neighbors, friends, and relatives.
These screw-on lids fit on most any bottle (lotion, ketchup, shampoo, etc.) making it possible to store the bottle upside down and dispense the product a little at a time from the flip-up lid. It’s great for products that don’t come in an upside down bottle yet.
Tips and instructions for learning how to fold ANYTHING… from folding towels and napkins to sheets, shirts, sweaters, and pants!