TODAY’S world is a world run by electronics.
If you have little kids around, you know that this means a constant hodgepodge of cables and chargers thrown around the house.
One mom, who goes by @HomeSweetPink online, shared her hack for organizing electronic cords so that they don’t end up lost or stuffed in the back of a mysterious drawer.
“We have been using this zipper pouch system and it has worked so well for us,” she began.
The woman showed various small, clear pencil cases that each had a different color zipper.
“I label the outside of each zipper pouch with the type of cord, and then added a coordinating color tape around the cord,” she continued.
One pouch was labeled “iPad keyboard,” another “iPad pen,” a third “iPad,” and a fourth “power bricks.”
Because of the colored tape secured around each cord, it is easy to identify which cable is used for what purpose.
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“If you ever find a cord laying around, you’ll know exactly what it is and where it belongs,” she concluded.
Viewers instantly praised her for the organization tip:
“That’s not only good for kids… I would do that because I’m messy with my chargers,” one wrote.
“I just want to hand you all my money and invite you to decorate my house lol! I LOVE your style,” said another.
A third person admitted a guilty habit that we’re all familiar with: “Ahhhh calling me out on my cord ball that’s in a Ziploc bag. Thank you for your help!!! TikTok made me buy it.”
The organization expert shared a link to her Amazon shop, which includes all of these products, in her bio.
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