How to Set Up a Virtual Learning Space for Kids

In March, when schools closed in our area, we didn’t know what to expect, how to help the kids grow their knowledge, where to best set up their spaces so they could focus and learn, etc. With time, we all got into the new routine. We learned how to use new apps and structure our days to fit virtual classes, activities, meetings, etc. It wasn’t easy, but we, somehow, adapted. 

Spring Cleaning Challenge – Day 8 – Garage and outdoor areas

We made it! Today we are going to work in the garage and outdoor areas. I would like to thank you all for following along with the Spring Cleaning and Organizing Challenge. If it was for you, I wouldn’t have made it either. Sharing my step-by-step process with you, motivated me to get my house cleaned during this pandemic. Thanks for holding me accountable to get my job done!

Spring Cleaning Challenge Day 6 – Multipurpose Room

I am sharing with you all my process for Spring cleaning and organizing my house. Today we tackled the multipurpose room, which means we have a big room in the basement that serves as the kids’ playroom, guest bedroom (when my family comes to visit us, from Brazil), and my home office (in the corner). If you don’t have a multipurpose room, you can use this time to organize one of these spaces in your home. 

Spring Cleaning Challenge Day 4 – Living Room and Dining Room

Are you ready to tackle the living room and dining room? I am back to cleaning and organizing, after a day off to celebrate Easter. These two areas are probably the most used spaces of your home, after the kitchen, so let’s focus on cleaning and creating some organizing zones. 

Spring Cleaning Challenge Day 3 – Bathroom and Small closets organization

We are almost halfway over with our week-long Spring Cleaning and Organizing Challenge. Today we will tackle the bathroom and 2 small closets (linen and coat closet). So far, this week, we have worked on the Master Bedroom and Kids’ Bedroom. How are you doing? Are you still motivated?