Here’s your ultimate guide to declutter kids’ clothes and keep the clutter from coming back! A whole new way of thinking about kids’ wardrobes.
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We’ve bought our first home, and we are so excited to remodel the kitchen! We’re keeping our updates simple and on a budget, but the imact will be HUGE!
Want to know how to style a book shelf? Here are 27 ideas, tips, and inspiration posts to get you started with your bookcase styling. From tricks to make your books even more beautiful to tips about organizing your trinkets and decor, you’re going to love this post!
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
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.
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 thereâ€™s a simple household trick to keep the workload fair, easy, and diverse when preparing your dinners for the week.
How to make the perfect (organized) mud room / entryway for YOUR home – step by step, real-world tutorial. No Pinterest smoke and mirrors.
A few months ago, I ran into something rare, but was very welcomed and something I think every parent should be doing if they hire a babysitter at all – even if its just a relative. I showed up to babysit for the first time, and the parents had typed up a complete information sheet.
Suddenly, laundry catch-up inspiration hit.
What if, instead of asking or forcing my kids to help me, I wasn’t the person telling us to get the job done?
What if I invited them to play a game with me and we used a timer instead? And what if the prize for BEATING the timer was exciting enough to make it fun??