We cannot get rid of everything we own, but clutter causes stress. These organizing hacks can help us keep our space stress free and store our stuff.
Organizing your home can be challenging, especially when the primary storage solutions (like drawers and closets) are already overflowing. We've all experienced the frustration of having to dig behind multiple bins and through various boxes to find a single sweater for a chilly summer day. Although
Our Organizing Challenges with Organizing Maniacs Facebook Group has been tackling closets - clothing closets, linen closets, pantries, and more. It's been so exciting to see the progress people have made in tackling these small, manageable projects. Closets always feel like an organizing challenge, don’t
Household chores can be the key to both a clutter-free household and a clutter-free mind, but not every task comes complete with the same level of enjoyment. One person may have an impeccably organized closet, but the kitchen cupboards are overflowing. Another could find pleasure
by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton Isn't it about time we get to organizing our wardrobes - putting away the snow boots, heavy sweaters, and raincoats? There's something wonderful about the lightening that happens in Spring. It's not just daylight, but moods, clothing choices, and attitudes. Spring is a
by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton Organizing a house is tough enough, but add a baby to that effort, and you have chaos. Whether it’s your first or your fifth child, babies bring extra “stuff” to the home, from diapers and pacifiers to bottles and baby clothes. Combine baby chaos with
Guest Contributor Julie Mehigan We all need to create spaces we love. I need a place in the house where I am able to be alone and create. I have three daughters and our house isn’t tiny but it's not big either, so there aren’t many places
by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton Getting and staying organized can be really hard to do. Some people simply feel like they are too busy while others don’t even know where to begin. And more people than you would imagine have some form of disability, from ADHD to hoarding,