Land Great Deals for Creative Ventures with Some Crafty Sleuthing
If you -- like us -- are tired of side-stepping baseball bats in the garage and dodging balls when you open the closet door, it might be time to do a little organizing of the sports equipment. The mesh bags and peg board come in especially handy.
You just dropped off two huge garbage bags filled with clothes, books, and old glassware to your local Goodwill, yet your closets are still stuffed to overflowing and there are piles of CDs and papers everywhere. What to do? Attack with purpose and an organized approach.
Simple solutions help save you money and help the environment at the same time.
Have you ever planned to make an elaborate meal but, upon spying your cluttered kitchen counter, opted for takeout? We have. It's not tricky to hide your many appliances, however, and create some counterspace. Start by thinking "vertical."
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