READER'S ROCK LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE VOL 2 ISSUE 4 NOVEMBER 2014 Vol. 1 Issue 9 March 2014 - Page 49

chalkboard isn't your idea of wall decor, try hiding them away on the inside of a kitchen cabinet. Mount a cork panel on the inside of a cabinet door, or use chalkboard paint to create a hidden and useful spot for notes, shopping lists, coupons and reminders. * You likely sweep the kitchen floor daily, but floors can also benefit from a good steam cleaning at least once a week. Steam cleaners like the Swiffer Bissell Steamboost deeply penetrate dirt and remove messes mops might leave behind. * Organize the cupboard and pantry by using boxes, jars and baskets with labels on them. When it's time to put an item away, everyone will know where it belongs, rather than be tempted to toss it randomly into a cupboard. Better bathrooms (BPT) - The stack of shoes that pile up by the front door, the linen closet that you're afraid to open, the junk drawer that may well hide the mysteries of the universe - we all have one or two spots in our home that cry out for organization and tidying. Spring by-room tips for getting organized this spring: cleaning season is approaching, and with a plan of attack you can take this opportunity to clear away clutter, organize underutilized spaces and generally improve the overall usability of your home. silverware tray to help organize pens, batteries, buttons, random screws and other items that find their way into the drawer. You can find drawer inserts and many other organizational tools at The Home Depot near you. Procter & Gamble and The Home Depot have teamed up with seven DIY bloggers to offer 14 room- * Every family needs a central spot for sharing information. But if a cork board, white board or Cutting kitchen chaos * Nearly everyone has one drawer in their kitchen that becomes the "catch-all spot." Empty yours, wipe down the inside, and insert a * Bathroom drawers can easily become cluttered. Place desk organizing trays in drawers so that items like makeup, combs, curling irons, etc. stay neat and orderly. A bit of Velcro keeps trays in place and makes it easy to remove them when it's time to clean them out. * The cabinet under the sink can be a scary place. Baskets bring both organization and style to under-sink storage spaces. * Not everything needs to be hidden away. A basket makes a great way to cleverly display toilet paper and still make it easily accessible when needed. Placing grooming supplies in a tiered serving tray brings organization, style and convenience to a