Kiel Organizi Viajn Retikulojn En Hejmo
Next, dump everything out of your current purse. Empty it on the table or kitchen counter so you’ve got some room to work. You need to divide all the contents into piles. Your piles might include:
- Personal items like gum, dental floss, pain reliever, etc.
- Credit cards
- Store loyalty cards
- Feminine products
- Cell phone, iPod, headphones, ear buds
- Pens, pencils
- Cash (bills and coins)
Now, take a look at the purse you want everything to go back in to. Are there various separate storage areas? Decide what should go where. I like to keep the things I use the most – my wallet, store loyalty cards, keys, sunglasses, and lip balm – in the easiest places to get at. Your list of “get to quickly” items might be different, but you get the idea. Load those items into your purse first. So, what’s left? Here are some storage solutions for a number of the things listed above. Try one or all of them!
- Store your ear buds in a small zippered pouch. I wrap the cord around my fingers until it’s all wrapped up in a circle, then tuck them in a small zippered pouch. I never struggle with tangled cords anymore. When I’m ready to listen to music or talk hands free, I have quick access to my ear buds.
- Stow your makeup in a small, zippered makeup bag so it’s easy to grab when you need a quick touch-up. This also keeps lip gloss or mascara from bursting open and getting all over the interior of your purse.
- Keep a minimal amount of coins either in a small coin purse or if you’ve got a wallet with a coin area, toss your coins in there. Remember to keep a minimal amount of coin in your purse. Coins add a lot of weight to your bag and who needs that?