With the start of the New Year, many of us have a resolution to get and stay organized this year. Doing our best to stick to some rules may help with our quest to get organized in 2016. Ten Rules for Staying Organized Have a… [read more]
Packing for yourself and a child, can actually be pretty easy. Their clothes take up far less space, and with a little forethought you can fit enough items in one piece of luggage to comfortably last you quite some time. Here are some simple tips to keep in mind while travel packing. They will help things fit and make life easier.
I recently became acquainted with the P&Geveryday™ (pgeveryday.com) website. How I missed this earlier is beyond me. It is full of fun activities, crafts, recipes and everyday tips. The stated goal of the site is to help us make our days not only easier, but… [read more]
Paper clutter has always been a bit of a problem for me, so much so that you could call me the paper clutter queen. In recent years, the problem has been harder to fight. On top of the usual papers most people have such as bills, I also have a plenitude related to writing and recipe assignments, and since my daughter is disabled, an ocean of paperwork related to all of her therapies and services. From thick packets, to tiny scraps of paper jotted with recipe notes, I have it all…
I often turn to storage tubs to help me keep things under control. The main problem I have with them though is that once stacked, it is a royal pain to get items out of the storage tubs at the bottom.
Alright, that is not a very friendly zen-like title, but I am up to my eyeballs in kitchen clutter and something’s got to give. Looks like that is going to be me. I’ll be donating some of the extraneous utensils hanging about my kitchen to… [read more]