Get a large tool box to store your tools and glue in, and another for the parts. When they are full, you have enough for building.
Actually, what I found very useful are those plastic containers that lunch meat comes in with the resealable lids. I store CA glue in them along with spare parts, RX, batteries, etc. and they stack and store neatly inside my tool box. I also got some tool containers that router bits come in to store all the little parts like hinges, screws, servo horns, etc.
I have an old railroad modelers tool kit, has the razor saw, three different knives, screw driver, and a sharp pointy tool for making holes or marking, like an awl. It fits neatly in the tool box, surrounded by 3 sanding handles from GP, one for each grit, then an 11" one for large area's, and one with the contours, then a case for more parts sits on top of that, also a box of rubber bands, tape rools, epoxy, bottle of fiberglass strands, balsa filler, monokote trim solvent, some other small things, a cutting pad, a long sanding block, trim iron, covering iron, and hex drivers. All this in in the bottom of the box, the top tray holds the small tools, like razor planes, markers, pens, rulers, wrenches, etc.
The best part about it all, is it keeps every thing neat, and I can pack it up in minutes and take it with me for our club build night. The parts box is a larger box that I store all my parts in, including some sheets of plywood. The small parts containers in the top tray, the larger ones stacked in the bottom. When I am not building, they sit on a shelf out of the way and nothing gets lost or broken.