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On today’s show we are joined by fellow Organizer and SBO Partner, Kristi Santilli, founder of Organized by Kristi in Massachusetts.  We chat about how/when to flip out and store seasonal items (a real issue for us in the North East!)  Kristi had so many ideas we ran out of time to share them all!

In addition to the one’s mentioned in our episode, here’s a few more tips for you to try:

1. Have a spot in your home for taking off wet, snowy clothes! Whether it be in your entry way, basement, garage or laundry room, designate a spot for everyone to remove their wet clothes and hang them up to dry





2. Put down a few boot trays or old towels so that they can absorb the drips. This is a must so that you don’t have puddles of snow, salt and slush all around your house!





3. Have a supply of hot cocoa on hand for wintery, snowy days! (Ok, so this isn’t so much of Kristi’s tip, but her 7 year old son’s idea!)  



Check out our entire conversation below:

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