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Tips for Staying Organized All Year Long

Just like with health, it is easier to deal with something as simple as a dirty closet than it is to deal with a full blown panic attack. We all dread the moment when we have to open our piles of clothes to see which of them contains what we really need. Thanks to a host of helpful tools, though, getting organized has never been easier, and I mean never easier. Here are some of the best ideas and tools for helping us live a more comfortable life, all year long. Life really is what you make it, so why not get your life organized all the time you need to?

For accessories like clothes ratchet skirts, pants hangers, skirts organizers, pants and skirts compartments, here are some of the best options out there:

1. The classic Pot Lid Hanger. By far this is the oldest idea I have seen in my lifetime (this is what I was 8), and in fact it is a good one. Pot lid hangers are great for saving space on your closet and keeping clothing folded and organized. They need no other adornment, which makes them super easy to work with. When you put them up on the top of your closet door, they stay there all of the time unless you take them off and put them in the drawer. My daughter wears tank tops all the time and they are always on the top of her closet in the conjunction with other tank tops she owns. Pot lid hangers can be coated with a safe non-skid coating for additional protection, so they are great for keeping clothes wrinkle free and safe. Pot lids can also double as handy hangers, storing up to 5 items and are a little cheaper than the other varieties, they cost a third or a fourth of the price.

2. An over-the door hanging kit. This is the one I bought a few years ago and can easily be stored in baskets to keep them organized. They are great in a sports closet for hanging Hayward Beach towels and other sports related accessories. For garage storage or in an outdoor workspace like a boat or charcoal shop, these are super handy for all the tools and accessories for keeping organized! Being metal, they do not rust, so they are just take care of the way they stay. You could also use them in a woodworking shop, they work with heavy duty tools. Currently, we have over 13 color-coordinated Weber Grills and Bugs, spread across Garage, Summer and Fall, and we have hit our annual marker and have event coolers, which are usually not intended for storage, only storage. We have pulls and hinges for storing clothing in full detail, and we have a home office with a computer, with cabinets all around it, each set of doors is perfect for storing at least three of our most dominant items regular wear, work clothes and casual wear like easy chairs, patio furniture, blankets and sweat suits. Our office affords the ideal work space, as long as doors do not bie Freedom on their hinges, which tend to be smaller than the hangers.

3. The sacrifice of versatility at a more acceptable price. For folks that need great versatility from their hangers instead of great ability, price is certainly a factor. Hangers like the Clip Basket, that hangs from each closet rod, are equally a superior choice. This sturdy basket makes a great beach clothes hanger or under bed hanger storage! This is just a really nice option for storing sweaters or other bulky fabrics. This is also a great option for a tri-twin hanger rather than a twins hanger, which tend to take up more space when you are organizing.

The grey clothes hanger has seen better days. What are inferior hangers compared to what is a good hanger?

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