9. Folding T-Shirts In Horizontal Rows
Well, this makes sense. Folding and organizing your shirts in rows makes it easy to see and easily find the t-shirt you want. Brilliant! It also takes up a lot less drawer space. You just have to be sure to fold your shirts with the print facing up. This way you can easily identify each shirt once they’re organized in the drawer.
10. Stretching Shoes The Easy Way
A cute pair of shoes are worthless if you can’t actually wear them! I’m definitely guilty of that; I have a closet full of shoes that I rarely ever wear. I suppose comfort always triumphs over style. My feet seem to be a little bit on the wider side, and this is probably the main cause of discomfort in a lot of my shoes. Here’s an easy trick to stretch out your shoes a bit! Fill a couple of good quality zip lock baggies half full with water, seal them with most of the air out, and then place them in your shoes over night in the freezer. Repeat if needed. Too cool!
11. Repurpose An Old Sweater
Sure, you can buy boot warmers. Or, you can get creative with an old sweater and make your own! It could be as simple as cutting off part of the sleeves. This way there’s no sewing required. My husband might be mysteriously missing a few of his sweaters if it doesn’t start getting warm around here.