Organizing is a huge part of my life (and my income) but it can be expensive. I want to share some cost effective ways to get organized.
1. Shop your home
You’d be surprised what bins and baskets you may have around the house. I have several that I am not currently using, so I always look through those before I buy anything new.
Those are just some of my favorite places to buy bins and baskets without breaking the bank.
Just look at Target’s current offerings:
Hobby Lobby has a nice selection, but they are pricy. They do have frequent sales and coupons, so if you’re a HL fan, you may want to watch for those. HomeGoods and Marshalls have lots of high end choices for a fraction of the price.
I bought these cute metal baskets from Dollar General.
I have covered diaper boxes with fabric and also with twine and rope. I have covered shoe boxes with fabric and paper, and then embellished them with book plates. Get creative! You’d be surprised what you can upcycle.
Organization is life-changing, but it doesn’t have to be a budget breaker. I hope you’ve enjoyed this edition of Tips and Tricks Tuesday. Have a great day.
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