Thursday, August 21, 2014

My *Tool* Box


I have a few things that I take with me in the house...if I am upstairs....it goes with me. If I am downstairs...it goes with me. Inside I keep things I use throughout the day....such as:

~ My Filofax Planner
~ Our Family Devotions/Catechism book 
~ Pens/Stickers
~ My Bible
~ Books I am currently reading
~ My weekly menu planner
~ Lotion

Previously, I carried all these things in a market tote like THIS one. That worked just fine but wasn't "ideal". Things weren't neatly separated and were just *in* there. It was okay...but when I saw this Neatnix Toolbox on sale at Zulily, I was super excited (it's a bit on the pricey side at amazon...but if you are interested, you may find it cheaper on ebay....or Zulily may still have some for sale!)! 


It is sturdy and easy to carry by the handle! I just love all the space it has!


There are all kinds of organizational pockets on the front...


...With two larger pockets on the back...


There are even pockets on the sides that (to my delight) fit my lotion perfectly!


How do you organize things you use constantly throughout the day? I used to keep things in different baskets over the years...but the weight of the items would wear on the basket over time and damage it. I am so glad to have found something that is perfect for the use I am giving it! 

6 comments:

  1. I need one of those so I can keep my side bench clear of all the clutter!

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  2. I just found your blog here and what a treasure! I love to organize and you have given me some wonderful ideas. I've added you to my reads. God bless.

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  3. As primitive as it seems, I've been using cardboard boxes lately to try to get organized. I like your tool box much better for storing necessities.

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  4. Hi Katy,

    Although I am old enough to be your mother, I never stop learning from you. Most folks comment on how organized our home is but, you consistently bless me with newer and better ideas. The Lord has abundantly blessed you with an amazing gift of administration and organization. Thank you so much for sharing it through your blogs.
    Blessings,
    Mrs.B

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  5. Thank you all for your kind and encouraging comments! :)

    Warmly,
    Katy

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