Step Into Our Vehicle

November 11, 2010 at 6:48 pm 1 comment

Since we spend so much time traveling from one place to another (in and out of our cars and trucks multiple times a day), it’s common for vehicles to become dumping grounds for things like garbage, sports equipment, toys, change, music etc…

It’s not how we roll, though!

Many vehicles have “hidden” and exposed storage and these spaces should be kept organized! It’s important to have stress/clutter free areas while driving – internal distractions can lead to less focus (and visibility!).


Let us chauffeur you through the editing process:

1. Remove all items from the vehicle, including everything stored in the glove compartment, under seats, and in any other nifty visible or “invisible” storage areas.

2. Make 3 piles – trash, things that should (and will now) live outside of the vehicle, and items that need to be stored appropriately. Take note of what you find! By actively looking through each item (that has somehow ended up living the car) you may be able to avoid doing the same thing in the future.

3. Further categorize the piles of things that will live in the car (i.e. emergency kit – we’ll talk more about this later – insurance info, sunglasses, etc…)

4. Put items back in their newly allotted place.

5. Road trip!

Neat things:

Love them

Vizor Organizer!

Over the seat storage!

Trunk Storage

Every vehicle should have an emergency kit and first aid kit, just in case.

Here are some handy items to keep accessible in your glove compartment, or under seat storage.

Check out this link for more tips –

You don’t need a license to organize – but we’ve got one!!!


Entry filed under: Decluttering, Editing, Storage Solutions, Vehicle Organization. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , .

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Kelly  |  November 19, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    Neat blog! Thanks for this post. I live in the market and see that car everyday – art needs to be edited too 🙂


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