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We're going to be spending more time indoors, so a peaceful home is key.
This productivity tool is easier to use than you think.
Practicing a minimalist lifestyle in a two-bedroom condo has brought us closer together.
This sweet, cheerful organizing expert has emerged as a polarizing figure
Parents are searching for ideas more than ever. Here are 10 to get you started.
Open Shelving The concept of what you see is what you get can be crucial for tinier than usual living quarters, in order
Have a plan There is nothing quite as motivating as making a list (daily, weekly, monthly) of things to be done. Once you've
No matter how hard we wish to deny it or change it, life is short. And each of us has so many things we want to do. Yet, there never seems to be enough time. In fact, there is more time than most of us realize; we just waste so much of it.
Before you even move into your new home, it is important to know what you are getting into. Try to find or create a floor plan of the space, and take accurate measurements of the area. This will help you know what you can fit into your place and what you need to rid yourself of. If it doesn't fit or will take up too much room in your new place, there is no need to keep it. It will also give you an idea of how to organize your space before you've even moved in.
I absolutely love organizing toys, I find it one of the most satisfying projects. I also absolutely hate organizing toys, because it can be soooo frustrating. I feel like if you're a parent and reading this you know exactly what I'm talking about.