Making summer memories at home

For many people, summertime is a busy season of lessons, camps, activities and outings. If that works for your family, great! But if it leaves you stressed and frazzled, there’s nothing wrong with taking a more laid back approach to summer. Here are three ideas to make the most of your low-key summer, without sacrificing (read more…)

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Spring Cleaning Week: the importance of organizing your way

This week, Tsh has been focusing on her three-step plan for spring cleaning: decluttering, cleaning, and organizing. As you go through the process that she outlines in her ebook, Spring Cleaning for Normal People, you should be emptying each shelf, cabinet or closet, decluttering its contents, cleaning all the nooks and crannies and then organizing (read more…)

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7 organizing myths debunked

When it comes to organizing, there are many different reasons people say it’s just not for them. However, most of these stem from misconceptions about what it means to be organized. Let’s take a look at the seven most common organizing myths and the truth behind them. 1. Organizing is only for type-a people. One (read more…)

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