My front door area was pretty gross… and I had ignored it for months. I FINALLY did a serious deep clean, and the difference is staggering!
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We finally ripped the carpet out of our dining room, and replaced it with wood. I’m SO thankful to have such an easy-to-clean floor in there that I don’t mind cleaning it every day. (Or almost every day).
This is baby number 3, and I know exactly what we need this time, and what’s extra. Here’s how I’m preparing, and how I’m keeping things super-simple this time around.
Gardening is fun, and it is work. And you absolutely should do it with your kids. Here are 4 reasons you NEED to garden with your kids.
This is a guest post from regular contributor Lisa Favre, who blogs at Marble Crumbs. We all dream of a beautifully organized closet space. Now, imagine this: sections divided into colors and seasons, neatly folded cardigans, and matching wooden hangers. A tidy closet is possible in any home but a large part of the cleanup means getting rid
Rhythm is fluid and flexible. Routine is rigid. I can’t do rigid. So I created a cleaning rhythm for myself to work into my perfect day.
A cleaning rhythm means I know what comes next. Once I start cleaning the rhythm carries me through the chores and things go smoothly.
Life can get in the way of decorating sometimes, but decorating with family photos can be a simple and achievable way to add some warmth and enjoyability!
I struggled to motivate myself to complete chores as simple as doing the dishes and vacuuming my carpets. My pets and kids took over my home so much that my sister-in-law made comments about it. But my household notebook is saving me and getting me back on track. Here’s how.
Working full-time and running a household can get a little crazy.
Meal-planning should score a high priority on your to-do list, and there’s a simple household trick to keep the workload fair, easy, and diverse when preparing your dinners for the week.
This is a guest post from regular contributor, Natalie LeBlanc-Dawson, who blogs at www.becominggranola.com . Our first official playroom! We’ve been living in our home now for more than 7 years. We definitely bought a bigger home than we needed at the time, knowing that we would, one day, fill it with children. And here we are,