Organizing Wires


There are just so many wires in the house because of the many gadgets and appliances that we have. I really think that we should position them strategically so that we can gather the wires together and stash them in a wire loom.

That way, everything will look neat and tidy and not cluttered. It is really difficult when wires intertwine because when you remove one, you will have to untangle everything and it is hard to do so. You just might wonder how they got entangled so badly in the first place. But well these things happen even to the best of us.

It would take a PhD to untangle and sort this mess. Maybe I should go to go to electrician school!

Lifestyle Mommy Blogger and Virtual Assistant from Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. Aside from doing product reviews and events coverage, she blogs about solo parenting, homeschooling, and things in between.


  • Corbitoness

    I know right! There are so many wires in our house and it scares me that Una might end up tripping on it, or worse playing with it and get electrocuted.

  • barbie

    I was looking at my ugly wires just now and was looking for a cheap DIY way of organizing! I’m leaning towards using a cardboard tissue roll like this… baduy ba?

  • Vernz

    oo nga, dangerous for the kids I would say.. I use a lot of tie wires MOmmy.. to tidy them up.. di ko afford yung hihtech na mga pang ligpit ng wire.. ๐Ÿ™‚ was here..:)

  • Mars @ The Life Encounters

    It’s really quite a dangerous place especially for the kids if the wires are intertwined together. Personally, I hate extensions especially the ones with a lot of slots, it makes it prone to more “octopus-y” wires! >_<

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  • Courtney~Mommy LaDy Club

    Oh, this is so true about the wires! I have to have my ethernet wire run down the hallway to trip on, because the wireless doesn’t get back to my little office cubby hole well enough. I guess these are just the times we live in! Thanks for always coming by and supporting me and Betina on Mommy LaDy Club. Really appreciate it:)

  • Southern Mama Bri

    There are definitely a lot of wires around here. I tried hiding them from the kids using a new kind of desk since most of our wires are around the computer.

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  • Mom 4 Real

    We tie ours back with twisty cords. I hate the look of cords everywhere! I have a friend that makes little fabric sleeves to cover hers. Visting and following from vB…check out my blog and follow back if you like!

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  • Kathy

    You make a great point, the wires that are in our house are extensive. I have mine hidden by furniture, but I do like some of the suggestion that some of the other moms gave. I especially like the idea of becomming an electrician!!!I’d do it too if I didn’t think I’d fry myeslf in the process!!! Great to catch up with you via VoiceBoks!

  • Gina

    Ugh, the wires! I shudder to look underneath our desk! And I worry that it’s a fire hazard waiting to happen. Even with two separate power strips, we still have a mess under there.

  • Mel Cole

    Sounds like pretty hectic house full of wires.just be careful not to stumble.electrician school is tempting but I’d rather be a mom and blogger myself. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Christina

    I keep my cords neat by wrapping pony tail holders around them. I just can’t stand tangled wires!


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  • Lora

    We have the same problem. In my room, it looks so messy because of so many wires that belongs to my gadgets. It’s kinda an eye sore to me..

  • Prescription Glasses

    I am looking for something that i can keep all of my computer and electronic wires in that will let me keep them all organized and ready for immediate use, not like wire ties and throw them in a bin that’s not what i am looking for more of a specific for wires use.

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