My life is always a mess. Though, along the way I’ve learned some pretty awesome organization hacks that keep even my most ADD moments at bay.
Being organized is not my forte, but it’s nice to know that organizational tips using Post-it Notes have been so helpful for me over the years to make sure my to-do lists get done and my files are sparkling clean and in order.
I’m one of those people that are a little bit obsessed with Post-it Notes . When we moved to Minneapolis, I was a little geeked out because 3M (the creator of Post-it Notes) is right here in the Twin Cities! (Yes, I am a dork and proud of it) That’s why when Post-it Brand reached out to me to help them celebrate 35 years of creativity and organization, this gal said, “Heck, ya!”
Post-it Notes have come so far since the classic canary yellow 3 by 3 Post-it Note in 1980 that began it all. Now you can organize your life with the Post-it Note World of Color collection in shades of blue, green, hot pink, hot orange, and so much more! Color is the spice of life and these Post-it Notes are inspired by global cities around the world.
Now get ready to say goodbye to disorganization, and check out these organization hacks using Post-it Notes to get your house on it’s A game. These are tips and tricks that I’ve used over the years, and it helps me stay organized even during my most ADD/ fibro brain moments. That means it’s going to make all you normal folk organizational rock stars!
6 Post It Notes Organizational Hacks to Organize Your Life
File Labels If you are like me, your filing cabinet is cluttered with files and would be files. Every three years, I have to rotate my files and I really hate peeling the labels off of them because they tear the file label. Now I just use Post-it Flags and Tabs to label my files. Just write on the Post-it Notes and adhere to where the label goes. When you need to change the label, just remove it and put a new one.
Leftovers: In our fridge, we were always playing the “guess what this leftover is game.” With a family of five, we hate wasting food, but it always went bad because we couldn’t figure out what it was or when we last had that meal. Using Post-it Notes, you can label your leftovers plus write down when you had that meal so you don’t have to play the “let’s guess if this is still good game.”
To-Do List: Ok, so this organization hack is old school, but it’s still worth giving some love. I do not know what I would do without my Post-it Notes for my to do lists. I keep the longer lined notes in my planner, so everyday I can write down my to do list and mark it off. It has saved me from forgetting so much stuff.
Cleaner Labels: I love making my own homemade cleaners. It’s so much better for your family, and a lot more frugal too. Most of my cleaners are in glass jars and it’s hard to tell them apart from one another. The Post-it Brand Arrow Flags or Message Flags are great for this! I use these and put a little tape on top of them to keep them dry.
Video Game/Movie Labels: Sometimes when you store your movies, you can’t always see that title of the movie. Attaching a Post-it Flags or Post-it Durable Tabs to the top of the movie with the movie or game name makes that so much easier. Plus, because you do this you can stack your entertainment goodies better and save more room too!
Brainstorm City:Sometimes getting organized means getting all the clutter out of your brain too! When you are brainstorming, Post-it Notes are a great organization hack to get all your ideas out of your brain and out on paper to help you come up with some awesomely creative ideas!
I could go on and on forever with organization hacks using Post-it Notes! They keep even the most unorganized person like me organized. They help me organize my business, organize my household, and organize my life.
What are your favorite organization hacks using Post-it Notes?
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