Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Organize your Bookshelf

Many days have passed since an organization related post. Don't worry, I'll be comin' up with more. You're gonna be organize-zoned, soon.

I've already wrote a post on organizing a bookshelf. But this one is better, updated and in details, than the previous one.




There are easy tips that you need to follow, for a perfect bookshelf.
I'm not a book-person (i.e. I don't read much). These books have a history of their own- some of them are from the literature classes, some from my childhood and some belong to others. Anyway, they are all mine now, so I must really keep them nicely.
This shelf doesn't just have novels or storybooks, but also some of my textbooks and cute notepads and notebooks. So for me, this is the only book shelf of my own, and hence, I gotta keep all my books here.



The Right side has the novels and storybooks.


The left one consists of my textbooks, and notebooks that I mentioned. 

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This is the pile of the notebooks and the textbooks from the Left Side. 



Trust me, all of these are from my childhood. I haven't bought a single fun-time notebook, since ages.



This notepad is self-decorated by me. 

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I have kept to the right side all the storybooks and the novels.


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This holder was gifted to my mom by one of her friends. I really didn't know how to put it to use. So, after much thinking, I came up with the idea of stashing all the little-somethings inside it.


These are some of the things (erasers, sharpeners, pens, lead boxes) that are there inside.



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Magazines from 2012 are to the Right Back of the shelf. I stopped collecting after '12. (They are really useful for projects.)


Heavy books as in the encyclopedias, dictionaries, Atlas, etc. are placed to the Left Back of the bookshelf. I don't need them now. But yeah, they're very important. 



How is your bookshelf like?