Moving into a new home can be very exciting. Everything is brand new and you have the chance to create the home you have always pictured. The only thing that seems to be getting in the way is packing up everything that you own.
For many, packing is simply throwing items into a box and hoping that Continue Reading...
Most of us have seen a child’s room that is full of toys and clutter and for many of us this room is in our home. Here are 6 tips to help kick out your kids clutter and teach them how to be organized and clean on their own!
Most children will be more willing to help you Continue Reading...
Is finding the basketball or baseball glove for your child’s practice a weekly fight with your garage? Do you feel like sports gear has taken over? Here are 5 steps to help you organize the sports gear in your garage.
1.Gather: Go through your garage and gather up all of the sports equipment Continue Reading...
Happy Presidents Day!
1. George Washington
2. John Adams
3. Thomas Jefferson
15. James Buchanan
4. James Madison
16. Abraham Lincoln
5. James Monroe
17. Andrew Johnson
6. John Quincy Adams
18. Ulysses S. Grant
7. Andrew Jackson
19. Rutherford B. Hayes
8. Martin Van Buren Continue Reading...
At the beginning of the year many of you made a New Years resolution to keep your home more organized. We went over a few tips and tricks to help you out but we know how easy it is to lose motivation after the month of January, so we are here to re-motivate you! You can do it! We have come up with Continue Reading...
There are multiple reasons to put off organizing your home. You either don’t have enough time, you don’t know how or where to get started, or you think organization supplies are too expensive. Before you know it you have already talked yourself out of organizing and on to the next task on your Continue Reading...
Do you live in a small home or an apartment? If so, you may feel like your home is crowded and cluttered. Here are a few tips to help you create more space.
Think Vertically: If you have a small space you want to think tall. Try slim bookshelves and hanging paintings high on the walls so the eye is Continue Reading...