I have been a big fan of Nony over at A Slob Comes Clean. She has been open and honest about her struggles with keeping an even moderately clean house. And I would beg to wager that many of you are in the same boat. I know I was, especially when I had little (and not so little ones) at home.
So many of you are at your wit’s end
For the rest of the story, CLICK here: 28 Days to Hope for your Home challenge
Has your American dream turned into a nightmare?
A house, a car, or even 2 or 3 cars!
A riding mower.
Stainless steel appliances.
Flat screen TV, Wii gaming system.
Swimming pool, designer landscaping.
Four wheelers, dirt bikes.
Guns, paintball, airsoft.
Dinner out several times a week.
Checkups, sick days.
Vacations in high gear.
For the rest of the story, CLICK here: Ahh, the American dream, and a cure
Your stuff should have a purpose to help you create the life you want, and if it doesn’t, what is it doing in your home?
Good question asked by Peter Walsh. You can check out his 2 minute video below.
2 major causes of clutter
Memory Clutter is caused by keeping things that remind you of a person, an achievement, or a special time in your life.
For the rest of the story, CLICK here: Is your clutter holding you back?
Since I am sharing organizational tips, I thought I would republish an old post from my other blog that is very pertinent here!
Everyone is always looking for a magic bullet, and special pill, a trick to help them with whatever issue is bothering them. And when it comes to organizing , it is no different. We all would like an easy peazy way out.
For the rest of the story, CLICK here: The BEST ever organizational tool
Be sure to see Part 2 of this post here
You know how there are some people who just seem to have it all together?
Their houses are always neat and put together. Their cars are organized with bins in the trunk. They can pick what to wear from their closet easily because it is so neat and they know where everything is. And they know tonight what they are
For the rest of the story, CLICK here: 10 tips for the organizationally challenged – Part 1
As a mom of grown kids, how I wish I had had blogs to read when I was a mom of 4 little ones at home! I have found quite a few that I love to read, even though my kids are now grown. I hope that they will be an encouragement to you too!
10 blogs for busy moms
Simple Mom, which includes Simple Homemade, Simple Bites, Simple
For the rest of the story, CLICK here: My favorite blogs for busy moms
Lots of cool stuff to look at this weekend!
Great demonstration over at Simple Bites – How to make 30 minute mozzarella
Great post from incourage.me about something we all need – The Need for Margin
And if you don’t know about the un-conference that (in)courage is having, you NEED to go check it out now! It is a great weekend of women gathering all over the
For the rest of the story, CLICK here: A ton of organizing links and making mozzarella