KEEPING a growing family’s home tidy is no easy feat.

One mom revealed exactly how she tackled some of her family's clutter while saving some precious space in the process.

“If you’re attached to your board game boxes then this might not be for you,” the mother and organizing expert, Azure MacCannell, said in a video shared to her TikTok page.

“But we needed space, so we ditched the boxes and decanted all of our board games into these vinyl mesh zipper pouches. 

“For the larger games, we place them in these multi-purpose bins from The Container Store,” she explained.

In the video, Azure showed several games, such as Connect Four, Hungry Hungry Hippos, and Headbanz, stored away in translucent zipper pouches and bins.

Each bin and bag was labeled with the name of the board game, allowing for easy access.

Her followers were immediately impressed with the organization hack and dozens commented that they were definitely going to try the tip.

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“Love this idea!! We've been using Ziploc bags to store puzzles but I'll definitely need to order those vinyl bags,” one viewer wrote.

“Such a good idea. I despise game boxes lol,” another added.

In response to the multiple users who asked, Azure noted that the bags were bought on Amazon and the labels were made with her Cricut machine.

Savvy TikTokers have offered up a myriad of organization tips and tricks on the platform, like one expert who revealed her process for downsizing closets in a matter of seconds.

Another mom previously shared the organization hack she uses when it's time to do laundry.

She explained she has a dot system to keep track of which laundry belongs to which of her children, and it even works on hand-me-downs 

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