By Williams J. W.
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Indd 49 19/12/11 7:06 AM From Stuffed to Sorted Break down the bulk It’s always better to use more containers of a smaller size than fewer containers of a larger size. The larger the container, the more it holds, the heavier it gets and the harder it is to store. If you break a large container down to two to three smaller containers you reduce the weight and the bulk and increase the storage options. The smaller containers are easier to lift, move, stack and store. Reserve the use of large containers for light items.
In order to store them elsewhere, you need to remove the things that are already there. So whatever was stored there determines the next area and categories you tackle. And so it continues. If items are put back in the same location, you get to choose the next area and categories you want to organise. Kate’s corner conquered When Kate was organising her pots and pans, she removed them from their drawers and eliminated those she no longer wanted. After considering all her space, she decided she wanted to use the corner cupboard for her pots and pans, but it was overflowing with an assortment of plastic containers.
Indd 22 15/12/11 3:18 PM Masterclass 2: the in8steps system accounts, or to keep tax deductible receipts for five years to comply with taxation requirements. It will be easy for you to set these date limits with the items sitting in front of you sorted into date order. Whichever method you use, setting limits is a mindset and is essential for balancing your storage space and your stuff. What’s the bag limit? Think back to the last time you flew to a holiday destination. Do you remember your flight?
A Study of the Raman Effect in Acetone by Williams J. W.