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December 10, 2020 Organize the Play Room Before Santa Comes

Have you organized the play room yet? Every year, you promise to have a lighter, more meaningful Christmas. The grandparents, aunts, and uncles come along. They add piles of new toys to the growing number of gifts under the tree. It's all just fine while

October 22, 2020 Creating Space

Creating space in your home is almost a must these days. Most students across the country, both K-12 and college, are studying at least part time from home. Many parents are still working from home. Everyone is on Zoom. Everyone needs a quiet place where

April 2, 2020 Organizing Tips: Kids Toys

Whether you have one kid or five, live in a mansion or a tiny home, it’s the same everywhere: you will scream in pain and likely cuss if you step on a Lego. To keep the Lego and all the other kids’ toys organized and

August 3, 2017 Organizing for Summer: Road Trip

It's August. Are you trying to squeeze in a last-minute summer road trip? It can be a fantastic way to spend quality time with family and friends, and it is a less expensive form of travel that you have a lot of control over. You

July 20, 2017 Organizing and Storing Messy Summer Stuff

Summer is a wonderful time for many children. They can play outside for long periods of time, and the options are endless and exciting. Unfortunately, many of these options can be messy. Sidewalk chalk, outdoor games, foam sports toys, water guns, and sprinklers and pools can

July 13, 2017 Organizing for Summer: Maintaining the Yard

Summer is the perfect time for outdoor activities: Picnics at the park, games in the yard, and fun times at the pool. However, summer also comes with tedious chores that can easily get out of hand. Organizing everything you need for yard care can be a

July 6, 2017 July Is Anti-Boredom Month: 5 Activities to Combat Boredom

by Kathryn Anderson It is now July: the kids have been out of school for a few weeks already, and the excitement of summer vacation is decreasing with every waking moment. Perhaps the kids spend their days sleeping until noon and watching television. Or maybe they’re slightly