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Our good friend, organizing guru Peter Walsh, loves to come in and show us the cleverest ways you can clean up your home (and thus, your life!).
But this time, he watched as two top bloggers and organizing experts shared their best tips for organizing your office space — starting with what you can do with your empty spice rack!
1. Repurpose Your Spice Rack
Janet from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, says that when she's done with her spice rack, she takes all the empty spice bottles and fills them up with office and crafting supplies — tacks, paperclips, miniature poms, you name it!
(Peter liked this one because he says you can also find these empty spice racks for cheap at your local Goodwill!)
2. Make Your File Cabinet Portable
Aly from Livingston, New Jersey, on the other hand, focused on your files! "File cabinets tend to be huge and bulky, and they have way too much stuff in them," she says.
The solution? Take a square basket -- you might already have one at home -- and pick up a file folder frame from your local store (about $5). You pop it inside the basket, then hang your files right on the frame. Once it's set, you can pick it up and take your files with you wherever you want to go!
(And don't forget to label and color-coordinate your files!)
Both pretty amazing tips, right?