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Organizing projects are easier and less stressful with the right tools for organization will make an organizing project easier and less stressful. Learn the must-have tools for organization, tools that are nice to have, plus some organizing tips and tricks.
Before you start organizing, you need to get organized. That makes no sense, right?
What I really mean is, organizing is more efficient and less stressful when you have the right tools within arm’s reach.
Robust savings accounts are an important aspect of financial health. Learn how to grow your savings account automatically by harnessing the power of automatic funds transfers.
Tapping the side of my phone, I urged my bank app to load.
I needed to buy my plane ticket soon, but I had no idea how much I’d saved. Or IF I’d saved.
The screen finally finished loading, and my lungs deflated like a pair of woopie cushions when I saw the balance.
Figuring out how to start organizing your home can be overwhelming. This simple plan will help you find a starting point, and break getting organized into easy, bite-sized chunks.
At some point, you stopped noticing it. You’d walked by it so many times, it stopped registering in your mind and became part of the landscape, like blades of grass.
You could feel it, though. Still can.
It permeates your mornings, where you flail around for that missing earring and claw for something presentable to wear.
It’s turned dinnertime into a circus, where you shove aside 5 cans of (probably expired) green beans in a frenzied effort find the makings of a decent meal in your overflowing pantry.
Visits from friends and family cause your cheeks to flush hot with embarrassment as soon as you open the door. You stopped noticing it long ago, but they didn’t.
This insidious thing called clutter is overtaking your home and your life, but you don’t know where to start.
This Living Well Planner review provides information on the specifications, features, advantages, and drawbacks of the Living Well Planner from Living Well Spending Less.
I struggled to straighten my spine against the 10 pounds hanging next to my side. The weight of my purse straps seared into my shoulder.
What’s worse than standing in line at the DMV? I asked myself.
My response? Standing in line at the DMV with a useless planner weighing down my purse.
Spoiler alert: That planner WAS NOT the Living Well Planner.
It’s important to clean out gutters twice a year. Find out why, and how, below.
Drip, drip, drip.
That’s not normal. It’s raining, but… where is that coming from? You round the corner into your living room to see…
Big, shiny drops of water trickling in from the corner of the ceiling.
Great. Drywall soaked with rainwater, ceiling already mushy and yellowing, mold creeping down the wall in the very near future, along with a side of wood rot.
Guess what? This particular incident could have been prevented.
Instead of standing here, jaw agape, staring in shock at water pouring into your living room, you could have skipped this whole thing. That drip, drip, drip didn’t have to pierce your ears. How could it have been prevented? Here are a few options:
You’ve felt it before. Scrolling through your Pinterest feed, you stop momentarily on a pin of a beautiful kitchen, with perfect rows of chic baskets cradling the owner’s perfectly-organized kitchen tools.
You run to Target, drop some change on adorable baskets, get them all set up in your kitchen.
And they’re a wreck a week later.
“I just can’t stay organized,” you tell yourself. But you’re wrong.
By making just one little change, you can keep your home organized consistently.
No matter how many times you organize your home, you’re always tripping over clutter. Why?? For the love of whatever, why can’t you keep a clutter-free home?
Look, it happens to most of us at some point in our lives. The good news is that you can break the cycle of a chronically cluttered home. Here is a list of do’s and don’ts to help you get – and keep – a clutter-free home.
Does that phrase conjure up images of cheap paper skeletons, black and orange everything, and expensive animatronic lawn mummies?
It doesn’t have to.
In fact, you can create glamorous, understated fall décor by creating mashups of seasonal and non-seasonal décor pieces. As a result, your fall décor will blend beautifully with the rest of your home, providing a hint of fall. You’ll also save money by using some of the décor you already have.
We all have that one cabinet, closet, or drawer in our home. You know, the one that you throw yourself in front of when a guest reaches to open it. You’re so adamant that they keep it closed, they probably think you’ve stuffed a dismembered corpse inside.
Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to be embarrassed by that junk drawer? That entry closet? That bathroom cabinet? With an organizational system and a little discipline, you can keep small spaces organized in your home.
Do you find yourself wanting to decorate for fall, but feel repelled by the kitschy, hokey feel of some traditional fall or Halloween decorations? Fear not, my friend. With a little planning and design know-how (Plus some serious Pinspiration!), you can easily create classy fall décor for your home.