I can remember working with several clients who had MASSIVE greeting card collections. A few of them would have needed several bins to contain all these categories, but the principle hold true that at least organizing by type of card and labeling each section clearly will make it MUCH easier to find a good card to send quickly for your nephew’s birthday.
Is your mail box getting stuffed each week with a growing number of catalogs from your favorite stores to those you don’t remember signing up for? Are they mounding up on your counter/table because you think you might look at them or are theyfilling up your recycling bin (and you feel guilty about all those lost trees)? If you answered yes to either question, then take some time now to cut down on the deluge before you get buried.
First, grab all your catalogs.
Sort into 2 piles – keeping and recycling
I have used a few different versions of self-contained storage racks with a client recently. We have been constructing them to store seasonal clothing stored in the attic. The enclosed nature of the rack provides protection from dust and critters. My client has a few different brands of the product, but by and large they are equivalent. I did notice that one product had a canvas cover, while the other had a vinyl cover. I anticipate they will provide the same level of protection, however I suspect the canvas cover will have more breathability versus the vinyl cover. Not to mention the vinyl cover smells like a new shower curtain- this may be good or bad for you.