This week I will lead you step by step on how to get organized on your own, using my junk drawer as an example. Regardless of what room or task you are organizing, you will follow the same simple steps we’ll outline this week.
This is a before picture of my junk drawer. It has been a problem spot for me for a long time because I know there are alot of things in the drawer that don’t really belong there. Because of that, it makes it difficult to open or close the drawer. And, more importantly, it is hard to get things in and out of the drawer quickly.
My motivation to finally tackle the junk drawer was an offer from Rubbermaid to participate in their Quick Organizational Challenge: The Junk Drawer using their new 6-piece set of drawer organizers. A nice little perk of being a professional organizer is the free products we get to try. SIMPLY LEAVE A COMMENT ON OUR BLOG ANY DAY THIS WEEK AND WE’LL CHOOSE ONE LUCKY READER TO RECEIVE THEIR VERY OWN SET OF RUBBERMAID DRAWER ORGANIZERS ABSOLUTELY FREE!
These drawer organizers interlock with one another which allows you to create any configuration that fits both your needs and your drawer space. It also ensures that the drawer organizers stay together when you open and close your drawer. The other great feature is their special feet that help stabilize them in the drawer and stops them from crashing back and forth in the drawer as it is opened and closed.