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In photos: Three examples of how to organize your stuff

Put everything (and we do mean everything) in its place on the home front this year by zeroing in on - and rethinking - three common problem areas

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RETHINK YOUR OFFICE SPACE Work at home? No? Then you don’t need a home office. Find a stylish storage unit instead for your bills. Where to buy: Luna 3 cabinet, $1,099 at Shelter (www.shelterfurniture.ca) Bigso AB files and boxes, $9.99 to $19.99 at Solutions (www.solutions-stores.ca)

Joanne Ratajczak for The Globe and Mail | Prop Styling by Shirley Meisels/joanne ratajczak The Globe and Mail | prop styling by shirley meisels

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RETHINK YOUR FRONT HALL CLOSET Repurpose a closet into a convenient storage space. Try organizing by person instead of by item. Where to buy: Powermat 3X Mat with Powercube, $79.99 at The Bay (www.thebay.com) Havana utility baskets, $24.32 to $49.92 at Pottery Barn (www.potterybarn.ca)

Joanne Ratajczak for The Globe and Mail | Prop Styling by Shirley Meisels/joanne ratajczak The Globe and Mail | prop styling by shirley meisels

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RETHINK YOUR JUNK DRAWER Three words for organizing this mish-mash drawer: compartmentalize, compartmentalize, compartmentalize. Where to buy: Lipper bamboo organizers and Interdesign plastic organizers, from $7.95 each at NEAT (www.neatspace.ca)

Joanne Ratajczak for The Globe and Mail | Prop Styling by Shirley Meisels/joanne ratajczak The Globe and Mail | prop styling by shirley meisels

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