I confess. All the photos in this article were taken in my home. We hoard books... and we need help.
Getting organized is difficult and not all systems work for everyone. This is the journey I took to finally reach a well organized home and a system that worked for me.
If you're a pack rat like me, the chances are that your house is filled with clutter. Whether it's in storage or all over the basement, it's time to de-clutter. Here are some tips to help you come up for air in your ocean of clutter.
How to Organize a Bookshelf. Organizing a bookcase. Learn how to arrange shelves so they are functional, visually pleasing, and easy to access.
Getting our ideas written down is the first step toward creating a list of things that we want done today.
For as long as people have settled together in communities, they have found ways of cleaning their living quarters. Since the agricultural revolution almost 12 thousand years ago, cultures have developed a wide variety of methods of cleaning their homes that fit certain cultural and socio-economic...
Get quick and easy tips on how to organize your closet. Whether you have a walk-in closet or a regular one, this article will show you easy steps you can take to get it organized for Spring cleaning!
In the past, many New Year’s resolutions involved dropping a few pounds. Today it seems everyone has jumped on the “Tidying Up” bandwagon.
Organized clutter happens when you try to hold onto everything instead of deciding to declutter what you know is unnecessary.
I have found that downsizing and having things in your home that have real meaning is the best way to go. This way, you are leaving behind a real legacy for your children and not a lot of things that simply collect dust and take up space. Your kids will appreciate your thoughtfulness!