My Organizing Obsessions: Wall Pockets
From a young age, I loved adorable small boxes, neatly arranged closets and all sorts of planners. Of course these obsessions molded choice of my profession! I’d love to share my current organizing obsessions with you ~ wall pockets!
Wall pockets are used for paper management in your command center. These can be in your office, kitchen or other places to keep paper clutter away. You can label these with different categories for your paper, such as To Do, To Pay, or To File. For your kids, there can be one pocket per kid for incoming school or activity papers.
Here are a few ways to use wall pockets and see them in action!
Match your wall pockets to the colors of the space. Be sure you have one pocket per category and be sure to label your pockets. Happy organizing!
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Very nice! I’ve never had one large enough to hold full sheets of paper, just a small one that held coupons and other small items in the kitchen, and it tended to get a bit messy. I can see these would be very useful in the office and elsewhere!
Not surprising that when you label a wall pocket it really works too!
I love walk pockets as well. I recommend them to hold receipts on the inside of a kitchen cabinet, under sinks to hold paperwork for faucets/nearby appliances, and near staging areas. Of course, they can easily get overcrowded, so gotta sort through them on a regular basis, right?
Yes, it’s too easy to just stuff and stuff. Weekly organizing, tossing and shredding required!