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.
Here we go! It is day 2 of our Spring Cleaning and Organizing Challenge. Yesterday we worked on the Master Bedroom. Today I will share some tips and tricks to deep clean and organize the Kids’ Bedroom.
This week we are sharing our tips and tricks to deep clean and organize your home. Our first challenge is the Master Bedroom.
You, like many of us nonessential workers, are following the CDC recommendations and sheltering-in-place during the COVID-19 outbreak. It seems to me that one of the top activities during this time, for many families, is to declutter and organize the house. However, what should you do with the items that you would like to donate?
This winter, our family has been through so many minor illnesses, colds, fevers, and even the flu. Now, another fever is hitting me, but this is a good one. It’s Spring Cleaning Fever Have you gotten it yet?
Wow! Can you believe spring is finally here? To many people this is the time to get their body active and “in shape” for Summer. Many people set New Year’s resolutions for themselves to work out and eat healthy, but find they drift into old habits as the winter drags on.
Spring is in the air, or so we hope! With that, we are already thinking about Spring Cleaning! Are you too? This year we are sharing some ideas to Spring Cleaning with more natural based cleaning options. To help us with this mission, we invited Sara Baffour to teach us about how to safely use essential oils.
I have been getting much better at planning and prepping my lunches in advance, so I always have something nutritious to eat after a morning of hard work with my organizing clients. However, sometimes, I get stuck on what to prepare in advance of the kids.
If you have been following the news about COVID-19 or coronavirus, you know that the Centers for Disease Control recommend that people be prepared for potentially “significant disruption” to their lives. While the actual health risks remain low, there is a possibility that an outbreak of cases could lead to schools and workplaces in some areas being closed for two weeks or more, health experts say.