Celebrate National Read A Book Day by Organizing Your At-Home Library

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If quarantine has led you to read more books than usual, you may have accumulated quite a collection. Combine that with an already existing library, your books are probably laying around in a disheveled manner.  Sunday, September 6th, marks National Read A Book Day!  So, what better excuse to organize your at-home library than this nationally marked day?

 1. Use decorative bookends to keep your books from falling over.  You can add a touch of personalization without sacrificing utilization.  These ones from Amazon add a unique touch while still being functional and affordable.

 2. Organize in a way that is aesthetically pleasing to YOU. There’s no right or wrong way to do this; it really comes down to preference.  You can organize books by title, author’s last name, genre, or even color code them. You can also place books on their side to create a visually appealing aesthetic if you have more space than books. However you decide, having them organized in your preferred way will help you find what you’re looking for more easily.   

 3. Separate magazines. If you want to put magazines on your bookshelves, we highly suggest putting them in file holders. This way they won’t get mixed in with books, and they won’t flop over. Since magazines are significantly more flimsy than books, they need extra structure. We like these organizers to get those magazines into shape. You’ll get a pack of six, and you can customize the colors. 

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