Deb Cabral is back with us, with more great tips and tricks to help us get organized. This week we take the "Get Organized" segment to the Stanley Theater in Utica and talk about keeping wires and cords nice and orderly.

In the video (at the top of this page), Deb Cabral mentions this is the first video we've shot since I had gotten engaged, and she also says we may have to start doing a few wedding planning and organizing videos... Which I'm more than on-board with. But if you or someone you know is getting married, you can tell them to keep an eye out for those themed videos in the future.

But let's get on to this week's organization tip from Deb Cabral, which is a pretty cool trick we're sure everyone could use. Like we mentioned earlier, we took this week's "Get Organized with Naomi Lynn" segment to the Stanley Theater in Utica. Not only is a fantastic place to visit, but we thought it was a good way to tie into this week's trick about organizing wires and cords. Can you imagine how many wires and cords are at the Stanley Theater?!

If you've ever had a mess with your wires and cords, and weren't sure what cord goes to which item, this week's tip is perfect for you. In the video (above), Deb Cabral shares how you can keep all those cords and wires neat and tidy, with an item you probably already have around your home - Bread tags. Deb says to use a permanent marker to label each bread tag, then put that bread tag around the wire it coincides with. Whether it's for the TV, phone, computer, or any other electronic, you can know exactly which cord goes to what. This will also save you a lot of time when you need to unplug any of these items. You won't have to waste time tracing each wire back, trying to find the right one to the right electronic, or waste time unplugging everything.

Pretty simple, right?! And it's something that anyone can do, it's free, and it will save you a lot of time and energy. We want to thank Deb Cabral for sharing another great tip with us. You can always get more tips for organizing by following Deb Cabral at: OrganizedIn60Seconds.com. You can also visit: DeclutterCoachDeb.com and follow her Facebook Page: @DeborahJCabral
And we'll see you back here next Monday!

 


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