[VIDEO]: How to Organize Batteries (Part 9 of 9 Home Office Organization Series)

In this video I show you how to organize batteries in an easy-to-find system. This is part 9 of a 9-part home office organization series.

Click here to watch Part 1 (How to Organize Your Office Files)

Click here to watch Part 2 (How to Organize Your Desk)

Click here to watch Part 3 (How to Organize Your Desk Drawers)

Click here to watch Part 4 (How to Organize Your Mail)

Click here to watch Part 5 (How to Organize Your Office Closet)

Click here to watch Part 6 (How to Hide Wires & Cables)

Click here to watch Part 7 (How to Store Gift Wrap)

Click here to watch Part 8 (How to Organize Small Things)

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Alejandra

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Hi, everyone. I’m Alejandra from Alejandra.TV. And in this video, I’m going to show you how to organize your batteries.

Before we get started, if you are looking to begin getting organized, you can check out my free organizing video series on my website, Alejandra.TV. The link is below.

Organizing Batteries

When it comes to organizing your batteries, one of the biggest problems is people need to change their batteries and they can never find what they’re looking for inside like their junk drawer or anywhere in the house.

How to Organize Batteries

How to Organize Batteries

So what I’ve done here to make the process of finding a battery easier is organize all my batteries into a tackle box. So I’ve just used this tackle box here that has different compartments and I’ve just sorted all the batteries according to what size they are. So I have rechargeable, AAA, C, AA, D, and then all the specialty batteries in the back like all these – I don’t even know what these are called but specialty batteries. And then I have the rechargeable charger all the way in the back.

And then I just use a bright yellow label tape to kind of label the sections. So it’s like really obvious what goes where. And then the outside just says battery kit. So it’s super easy. This does not take very long to set up at all. And when you go to change a battery, you can know exactly where to find if there were any batteries and then you can know like if you need new batteries. So like I can look here and say, “Oh, I don’t really have very many – like I have one C battery. Maybe next time I’m out, I can pick up some C batteries.”

So that’s how I organize my batteries. If this is your first time watching my videos, you can subscribe for more home organizing tips or visit my website, Alejandra.TV. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you soon. Bye.

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  • About the Author

    About the Author

    Alejandra Costello is a Creative Organizing Expert who teaches busy people how to declutter their lives with easy-to-follow (and fun!) video-based training in her SimpLESSity program and free organizing video series! Alejandra started her company, Alejandra.tv, in 2008 and to date has shared her organizing expertise with millions of people in over 100 countries around the world. Named 1 of the 5 most organized people in America by HGTV, Alejandra's creative expertise has been featured in Good Morning America, Oprah, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Good Housekeeping, Family Circle, Woman's Day, Parents Magazine, and CBS. You can connect with her on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and .

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