Save space with collapsible buckets

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Janet recently turned me on to the Tiny House Nation TV show on the FYI channel. While I know I will never be able to talk Jeanne into downsizing to a 500 or smaller square foot house, I can’t help but dream about minimizing and simplifying all our junk. I love watching the Tiny House Nation show because it gives me ideas for maximizing our space and makes me look at products differently. I recently stumbled upon the Infusion Living Reforms Collapsible Bucket which caught my eye because it has been designed to collapse down into a 2 inch flat package when not in use making it perfect for camping and for people who have a lack of storage space. It is made of silicone with a stainless steel handle, has a capacity of 2 gallons and can adjust to four different heights.

The Infusion Living Reforms Collapsible Bucket is available from Amazon for $29.99. I was turned off by the high price, but I noticed that there is a cheaper alternative for only $14.99 that does about the same thing.

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  2. I just paid a profession personal organizer a lot of money to help me declutter my apartment. She showed me how to get much more space from my closets and shelves.

    But I haven’t been able to fit a tub for soaking my feet.

    The two buckets you mention aren’t quite right. But going to Amazon for them got me linked to a collapsable tub. http://www.amazon.com/Prepworks-Collapsible-Tub-Teal-White/dp/B00F3B1K2I/ref=pd_sim_hpc_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=1FPPSTFA0GC85KND8F5Z

    Fantastic!!! Can’t wait to soak in epsom salts.

    And it will fit perfectly in my tiny closet. (I don’t need to have a tiny house to need tiny solutions.)

  3. I have a collapsible water bowl for my dog and it’s very practical. I would probably use this one for beers 😀

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