Ever step on a Lego? No More!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Rubbermaid® All AccessTM storage containers for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Spring is just about here and I don’t know about you but the first thing I think of is….Spring cleaning.  Yup.  Not the warm weather or the flowers or any of that.

It’s my time to de-clutter my house.

And with spring cleaning comes the organization.  Personally, I feel better about my house when everything is organized, de-cluttered and when everything has a home.

Don’t you?

Rubbermaid® All AccessTM organizers can help with all that.  They can be used throughout your home so you can organize every room in your house.  They also come in a variety of colors and sizes to make every part of your home organized.

I don’t know about any of you but the worst places in my house to organize is my bedroom closet and my son’s room!  In regards to my closet, throughout the year I end up just piling things that don’t have a place anywhere else in my closet.  It creates the biggest clutter that really overwhelms me every time I open my closet doors. I don’t know why I don’t toss things…but that’s an entirely differnet post.

My son’s room is probably (hopefully) just like most kids rooms.  Toys, toys, toys, video games and everywhere!

He has so much stuff there is no place to put any of it anymore.

I am constantly stepping on Lego’s and Nerf darts that are just lying on the floor.  It would be so nice if everything had a “home.”

New Rubbermaid® All AccessTM organizers have a drop-down door so you can get your items out while the containers are stacked.  These are perfect for my son’s room because then I can stack them and he can still get his toys out.

I really think just about any room in your house would benefit from Rubbermaid All Access TM Organizers including closets, kids rooms, craft rooms, garage and basements.

You can get your Rubbermaid® All AccessTM organizers at Walmart stores across the country!


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  1. says

    Stepping on a lego is for sure the worse! I wish I would have learned about these while my boys still enjoyed legos. I could have saved myself a lot of pain!

  2. says

    I have stepped on a Lego in the past and man does it hurt!
    My youngest actually cleans up pretty well after himself. But, generally his misses something or other. He’s big on playing with cars and trains. I have stepped on one of those, and while they don’t have the pain level of stepping on a Lego, I always worry that the car will take off and I’ll go flying and land on my butt.

  3. Jenny says

    And they’re clear so you can see what’s in them? I hate going through all the stacks to find the size/season of clothing im looking for. I might have to go get some this weekend so I can finish my spring cleaning. Though our wind chill of 15 here doesn’t make me think of spring.

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