With Valentine’s Day and Random Acts of Kindness Day both falling in the same month, February is often referred to as the month of love. And while there are many different loves to celebrate, the love of your community is the one I want to share with you today. As Read more…
Organizing the pantry is no small project, but once organized meal prep becomes faster, kids can find snacks on their own, and let’s not forget – it just looks so pretty!
With the holidays around the corner, it’s the perfect time to set aside some time to dedicate to this often forgotten space. To help you get started, we listed 8 simple steps for organizing the kitchen pantry – the right way.
Plus, we have even included our favorite pantry products so you can shop for your own pantry. Bonus: If you know someone that loves to cook or bake, these items make awesome Christmas gifts!
Recently, we had the opportunity to help a sweet client organize her family’s RV. This was a first for us, but it quickly became one of my favorite client projects to date.
A little background… this client and her husband travel around the country in their RV for months at a time. Can you imagine? You might be thinking there is NO WAY that it could be comfortable or bearable. But, the more I spoke to my client about living small, the more I found just how much they love their space. From working to entertaining, they are fully equipped to do it all in their tiny space.
Is your basement dark and dreary? Decluttering these spaces can seem like an overwhelming task if you have a lot of stuff in there. Let’s just admit it, especially with clutter, the basement can seem a little spooky. Most basements are known as being unwanted and unused areas in your house. The air is musty, the floors are damp, and it feels just a bit scary.
This Halloween Inspired DIY project will help you declutter your spooky basement and provide you with ideas to help improve the look, function, and organization of the space.
Is your basement a repository for everything that does not fit in the rest of your home? Do you dread having to go down there to do your laundry or get something that you need? Well, many feel the same way.
Nine times out of ten, simple is always better. Simplifying your life can bring so much joy and freedom. By simplifying, you actually gain more control of your life and waste less of your valuable time.
While living simply can mean different things to each individual, generally, a simplified life means that you are getting rid of any extra mental and physical clutter, so that you can focus on the things that really matter to you!
In honor of National Simplicity Day I’m sharing 5 ways to simplify your life this year!
If you’re looking to sell your home quickly and for the highest price possible, then take a look at some of our top tips for how to prep your home to sell – brought to you by some of the best experts in the industry. A special thank you to Read more…
Winter to Summer Closet Transition When those first truly warm days finally roll around after a long, cold winter, the last thing you want to do is stare at a closet full of thick, warm sweaters and cardigans. Summer is a time for bright colors, lighter clothing, and a fresh, Read more…
Disaster has a way of sharpening the mind. If you have ever experienced a natural or manmade disaster, you know the importance of acting swiftly. While no one wants to go through emergencies, sometimes it is unavoidable. If a disaster were to occur right now, could you say you and your family are prepared?
While we are currently facing an uncertain time worrying about Coronavirus and trying our best to stay healthy and sane with kiddos at home, it can be hard not to feel like a prisoner.
I can’t say I’m the best at slowing down and taking a break. I’m an on the go kind of girl and like to have my hands in multiple projects. But with recent events and self-quarantine going on it has forced me to push the pause button.
Although remaining inside is a good way to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus, it could lead to boredom and stir craziness.
So, what’s there to do while stuck inside? I’ve compiled 5 organizing projects you can do to help make your quarantined time more productive – and hopefully fun!
Do you ever look around your home and wonder how it got so full of “stuff”? You try to remember a time when you could actually sit at the dining room table for dinner without moving loads of items off first. Maybe it’s not even just physical stuff that is cluttering your life. Virtual clutter, such as an overflowing email inbox, is just as chaotic.
The accumulation of both physical and mental clutter can feel exhausting and defeating.
Before organizing, I spent 12 years in the medical field as a physical therapist treating people in their home settings. It was during those years that I witnessed firsthand how a cluttered and unorganized environment affects health.
Often, we get so wrapped up in life and routine that we don’t really take time to acknowledge or understand how the clutter and disorganization around us causes major harm.
Most of the ways clutter affects us, that I will share below, will be a complete shock since we wouldn’t normally think that simple inanimate objects in our own home could cause such disarray… but that’s not the case.