Category archive: Quick & Simple Organizing Tips

10 Multi-Purpose Organizers You Never Thought of Before

Life changes, people change and our lifestyles adapt, so why shouldn’t our organizing products do the same? Who said they can’t?! Here at M2O we love to re-use and re-purpose as many products as we can. If our clients have something in their house that can be used as a container, we do our best to…

10 Easy Organizing Tips to Save You Time

Remember when looking for tools took longer than the work for the actual project itself? Or all those times that you bought tape because you couldn’t find the one you had? After years in this field, we can easily pinpoint lots of patterns that lead to wasting time or money on a daily basis. Here are…

Organizing Your Hair Accessories Is As Easy As 1,2,3

For most of my life I have had short hair. So I never felt the need for a system for organizing my hair accessories. But as my hair grew out, my collection of hair accessories grew and I realized an organized system for all my hair accessories was a must. Although my long hair phase faded quickly,…

10 Easy Ways to De-clutter Before You Move

  It’s as simple as this. You’re paying the moving company by the pound or by the hour, so it is to your financial benefit to get rid of excess possessions before you move. If you’re not paying by the pound, good for you. But you’ll still pay for neglecting to de-clutter…only in a different…

B.B.Q Tip

  Here is one trick that you can use at your next BBQ. Use a Sharpie to write out the grilling directions on foil packed veggies. This makes the job of “Grill Master” that much easier.

Organize Your Entryway!

  We all know that first impressions are very important. The entryway to our home is exactly the first impression that people have of our house. Everyone, including guests or the neighbor borrowing sugar, that buzz your door will see the entryway. With a few effortless touches you can always have an organized and de-cluttered…

20 DIY Organizing Products Using Recycled & Repurposed Cans!

Here are 20 fun DIY projects that can help you to organize your home, office, garage and even your parties. The best part is that most of them won’t cost you a thing as they all are recycled and repurposed cans. As we always said getting organized doesn’t have to cost you a fortune and…

DIY Organizing: Vintage Rake Head!

  Do you love rustic looks as much as you love recycling and getting organized? If so then these 2 DIY projects can be a great source of inspiration for you. Now you have a reason to stop the car at the antique shop on your next road trip. I know I will!

Have your candle and light it too!

I have this ritual of lighting candles. I call it my “candle therapy”! Going around the house lighting candles gives me a chance to think of my loved ones, universe and all within it. It’s a chance to count my blessings and remember all who left us, giving me such a sense of gratitude, peace…

Affordable Organizing!

  Here is a project that you can DO YOURSELF. Go to the Dollar Store and buy yourself some sturdy, long baskets. Use them in the cabinets of your kitchen or bathroom to contain similar items. Top this project off by labeling each basket with what’s inside. Now all you have to do is pull…

Stop clutter before it starts

Organizing tip: “It was on sale” is not a good enough reason to buy something that you don’t need!!! Stop the clutter before it starts.

Homemade Headphone Case!

Sometimes the best containers come to our life in most unexpected ways! I have tried a few different headphone cases and some other non-traditional choices to store my headphones but none of them really worked when I needed to access my headphones fast. And then I realized this Altoids box which was left on my…

Organize one step at a time: Penny jar

  Surely coins can be one of the top five reasons for clutter in most homes. They find their way into bedrooms, sofas, side tables, junk drawers, and onto the laundry room floor. Really, any space you can imagine, a coin will find its way there.   One of the easy ways to keep your…

How 2 Organize Swimwear

Do you have a champion swimmer in the house? Use a basket to gather swimwear, folded side by side with other swimming gadgets like goggles. Keep the basket on the lower shelf of the closet in the summertime. As the swimming season comes to an end, simply move the basket to an upper shelf to open…

Organize five drawers into one!

  We chose this kitchen mesh organizer for our client’s bathroom. He travels a lot and needed all this stuff handy, but it was taking over all of the bathroom cabinets. By collecting, organizing and containing all of it in one place, we were able to organize 5 drawers into one half shelf. The best…

Color the World

Organize crayons or markers in a small 3-tier container. Perfect to transport and store away.  Also they are so easy to label and stack!

Extra time: Your bonus for staying organized!

  How many minutes do you think you are going to save on getting ready in this “after” bathroom? What you’re going to do with this extra time is entirely up to you. Maybe you use it to sleep more or maybe to you it means longer hugs and kisses in the morning!

Organizing Simplified – Jewelry

    When you take off your jewelry, you are not always going to put it back exactly where it belongs. Place a jewelry holder or a small decorative plate that can hold small amount of accessories next to your bathroom sink, on the bed stand, or in your kitchen.  You know your daily routine…

DIY: It can be repurposed!

  Take advantage of your vertical space, repurpose, contain and stay organized while you decorate! What more could a girl would want? Here is a project that you can do in under 15 minutes. Give your utensil drawer a makeover and your kitchen some character. Decorate the cans with fun pieces of scrap paper in…

How to Store Your Masks!

  In the last post, we talked about how to care for your masks. Now it’s time to organize them. There are two ways to go about. You can store them away or display them around your space.   To Store:   First and foremost, remember the mask will maintain the shape in which it’s…

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