While it might not look like it right now, at least not up here in the snowy shores of Michigan (and it was so warm in February, too…), spring is coming! And among all of the benefits of springtime aside from the warm weather and the sunshine is the ability to put away your heavy winter clothing!
You don’t see it quite as much in newer houses, but a lot of us live, have lived, or plan to live somewhere with an under-the-stairs closet! These can be pretty handy for a lot of uses, and the fact that they’re already tucked nicely away really gives you an opportunity to maximize your floor space and streamline the adjacent areas of your house.
If you’re looking to make the most out of an under-stairs closet, or just need to know how to keep it a little more organized than it already is, we’ve got some tips ready to help you stay clean under the stairs:
A lot of us hear the term “junk drawer” and we get a sudden chill down our spine.
With good reason, too – when’s the last time you’ve really organized or tried to clean it out? Sure, it’s called a “junk drawer”, but that’s no reason to just let it build up with a bunch of crud you’re never going to need or use again. If you’ve got an out-of-control junk drawer that needs to be tamed, we’ve got a few tips to help get it back in control – or at least help you find the stuff you need when you need it!
If you’re a parent already, an expectant parent, or anyone who spends a lot of time caring for infants, there’s one fact you’ve already learned the hard way: there’s an awful lot of stuff you need to keep with you!
From bottles and feeding supplies to clothes, wet wipes, and everything in between, it sometimes feels like you have more stuff for your baby lying around the house than you do for yourself! (And it’s probably almost as much stuff as you’ve bought for your pets!)
Whether you’re a college student living on their own for the first time, a high schooler just trying to get by until graduation, or even a younger student looking forward to their very first day of class, one thing is sadly true among students: many of them just don’t know how to organize!