Do you ever draw a blank when you are thinking of what to make for dinner? Somehow you have managed to make dinner every night for your family, for years, yet at this moment you can’t think of a single thing to make…
I’m excited to show you how I set up our preschool shelf and some of the things we are working on! You can use these ideas whether you homeschool or just want to have an art station for your kids to use after school.
We crafters tend to have the idea that everything can be used again for crafts! And while reusing and recycling is a beautiful thing, turning out homes into recycling centers while we wait to do all of our thrifty projects isn’t.
If your clothes pile up in heaps, your closet is jam packed, or your dressers house disheveled garments, then it is time for some clothes decluttering!
When you are in the check out line at Target and your toddler is reaching for the candy bars, while your baby is screaming, the last thing you want to do is dump out your whole diaper bag in search of that missing pacifier.
Laundry is one of those chores that never ends! The moment you get all the clothes washed, someone puts another dirty shirt in the hamper.
We all have them, those items that bring back sweet memories, our sentimental treasures. As much as I hate clutter, I’m not here to tell you to toss all your souvenirs, cards, and collectibles.
Perhaps, like so many of us these days, you are running around frantically busy right up until bedtime. Or perhaps your mind can not stop thinking of your massive to do list.
This is it, this is the year that you will master the art of gift giving and receiving. It is time to let go of gift guilt and guarantee every wrapped package ends in smiles not clutter.
How many times have you frustratingly declared “I have nothing to wear!” while peering into your jam-packed closet?