I Need Help Organizing My...
. . .Linen Closet
Tossed together like a salad in Kristine Maher’s linen closet were sheets, lightbulbs, boxes of medicine, tote bags, cosmetics samples, extra bottles of shampoo, old drapes, and—wait! Is that a Halloween makeup kit? “If I want something from the top shelf and I’m too lazy to get a chair—which I usually am—an avalanche of towels and candles spills on my head,” she says. Her house doesn’t have many closets, so the linen closet served as a storage center, too. “I want to be organized to the point where I know exactly where things are and not have everything all disheveled.”
So maybe you can’t change your health overnight. But you can get a head start.