Category Archives: organization

Moving Must Haves: tips and products to make moving easier


Moving is no fun for anyone, but this list of Moving Must Haves will help you make the best of it.

Find all the products we found helpful or even essential when we moved just a couple months ago.

Moving Must Haves - tips to take the pain out of the moving process

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How a 10 Minute Tidy is a Total Game Changer!

It’s amazing what you can accomplish in 10 minutes! When the housework keeps piling up and you have cleaning tasks that you avoid because of how long they will take, the 10 minute tidy can turn that around. Check out how a 10 minute tidy is a total game changer!

How a 10 Minute Tidy is a Total Game Changer!

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Small Fixes to Sell Your House Fast

It took less than 24 hours for us to get our first offer on our house. Two days later and we had four offers to choose from and sold for 15k over asking. It doesn’t have to take a major renovation to make you house show at it’s best. Here are some small fixes to sell your house fast.

Small Fixes to Sell Your House FAST!

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Lean and Clean Challenge – clean and declutter workout

How many of you vowed to get healthier and more organized in the New Year?

I know two of my goals for 2017 are to get healthier and more active, and to declutter and clean our house.

So, why not put the two together? Let’s get Lean & Clean in the New Year with a fun and free 1-week challenge that combines a cleaning or decluttering task with a workout move each day.

 

Lean & Clean 1-week Challenge: tackle 2 New Year resoultions together in one week!

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Small Entryway Transformation

You don’t need much space to add some organization and style to your small entryway.

With just a few feet of wall space, and a bit of trim, paint, and hooks you will end up with a high-end look and room for all those coats, backpacks, and shoes.

Loving this small entryway transformation!

Small Entryway Transformation Before and After

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The Best Place to Sell Your Stuff

Selling your stuff can be a pain. A lot of the time it’s just easier to donate it all than dealing with garage sales, Craigslist, or ebay… After months of back and forth about the hassle of a garage sale and lots of waiting on Craigslist postings, I found the BEST place to sell your stuff! I made over $200 in one month selling in Facebook garage sale groups on the same stuff I had posted to Craigslist for months!

The Best Place to Sell Your Stuff: how facebook selling groups beat out the rest

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Route 66 Bedroom: with anyone-can-do-them special touches

Our little guy has been in this Route 66 Bedroom for almost 6 months now, and I still think it is so adorable.

For a little boy who is into cars, this is a timeless way to decorate that will take quite a while to outgrow. There are so many fun Route 66 decor items. It’s also easy to add some easy personalized touches with the headboard, shelves, hooks, and curtain ties – anyone could do it.

Route 66 Bedroom

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Less Mess Playtime with a Montessori Work Mat

The answer to keeping kids from making a mess of the whole house while playing may be easier than you think. A less mess playtime is possible.

What if I told you you I’ve witnessed a miracle and watched my little guy keep his toys and supplies within 2 square feet and clean up after himself completely un-promted?

It’s a miracle, right!?

This is such an easy idea and a very simple tool that you can use to help small children clean up after themselves and not make such a large mess in the first place.

less mess playtime with a montessori work mat

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The Best To-Do List {an easy take on bullet journaling and list making}

All serial list makers raise your hand!  *both hands are raised here*

This is the easiest ways to cut down on the number of lists you make and keep everything organized all in one place. Also, it gives you the opportunity to look back over time and recognize key patterns which can help in the long run.

The possibilities are endless! You can list healthy habits, cleaning areas, business goals and duties, meals for meal planning, etc. It’s so easy and works for anything that’s important to you!

The Best (and easiest) To-Do list (for anything from cleaning to meal planning)

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