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How to Organize Your Garage by Zones

Thursday, April 26, 2012

The family I'm staying with had an empty storage shed in their backyard, that they let me use which I have filled to the max. It desperately needs to be cleaned out and repacked, as I moved in in stages and emptied ministorage in stages and everything is basically everywhere, just crammed in.

Oooooooooohhhhh, how I have been dreading re-organizing it!!!!!!!!!! Understatement of the year.

Just-in-time help: here is this article I got in my In Box today with advice I'd never considered doing this way before. Even though I'm a FlyBaby so I'm familiar with the concept of Zones, I never considered putting the storage shed contents into Zones. I (sort of) had zones in ministorage; a non-professional do-it-yourself effort.

I'm looking forward to using these tips and seeing if I can't improve.

I hope I help one of you, too:

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GAILRUU 4/27/2012 8:39AM

    I need to do my sewing room!

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SKIPSIDE 4/26/2012 11:43PM

    Timely article with many good links. Thanks!

Timely as this seems to be my year for restarting my massive home reorg project that got dropped a while back due to events beyond my control. Now is time to come up with a massive plan and dive in zone by zone and regain control over stuff.

Icky but eventually just must be done.
At least it burns many calories and has you discovering which muscles you've been missing in your workouts emoticon emoticon

Good luck with your own efforts!

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CANNINGNANNY 4/26/2012 10:23PM

    Great article! I'm going to use the zone to organize my office/EBay room.

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FLUTTERFLI 4/26/2012 8:01PM

    Thanks so much for this, we have to do our garage and soon!
Love ya', Flutterfli emoticon

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