Organize With Marie Kondo and Reusable Bags
Marie Kondo is well known for her organizational methods, helping us remove clutter from our everyday lives, and teaching us to “Keep things that spark joy.” This philosophy can be applied in many different aspects of our lives, and especially to the reusable packaging we acquire through all of our shopping experiences.
The Marie Kondo method is to declutter by category, and not location. This method makes it easier for one to clean out the items that we cannot use or do not want anymore. So, instead of throwing away your reusable tote bags, zippered or fold over pouches, or custom printed gift boxes, we can simply organize our belongings with these beautifully branded packaging pieces.
To start, your custom printed gift boxes can easily organize your cosmetics and brushes. These types of gift boxes can fit perfectly in drawers, closets, or cabinets while giving your cosmetic collection a safe, dry, and trendy home. The custom graphics and unique treatments on your box will also make the contents stand out, even when neatly put away.
For the frequent traveler, cotton or muslin tote bags, and zippered pouches can be a go-to for when you’re on-the-go. Your trendy cotton tote bags are so versatile, they can carry your belongings from the gym to the airport and beyond while also being on trend. If you’re traveling light, zippered pouches, (some with pvc windows) can neatly organize your toiletries or jewelry while you head to your destination.
If you’re not much of a traveler, pouches of all materials, and constructions can also house and organize your jewelry collection at home. Jewelry pouches can fold over, have a drawstring closure, zip shut, or have velcro closures. Whatever your ideal pouch of choice may be, there are many options to keep your delicate jewelry pieces safely organized and untangled.
Imagining your ideal clutter-free lifestyle is easy when you organize with reusable shopping bags and pouches. When cleaning out the clutter, according to Marie Kondo, it’s best to “Identify the items you are using in this moment – and list what you love about each one.”