Is your schedule chaotic but you still want a project that allows you to feel that you've made some progress on your organizational goals? Consider attacking that junk drawer.
Getting organized is hard without motivation. Here are a few ways to sustain motivation on a long project. It will help you achieve your goals.
St. Jude’s Ranch for Children recycles greeting holiday and all-occasion cards. Recycled cards support programs that service abused, neglected homeless.
When we are young, we often let our imagination get the better of us. At night, the lights go off and we’re all alone in our bedroom. What’s under the bed? What’s that on my chair across the room? And
Winter is almost over, and it is a great time to start getting rid of what you didn't wear. Step One: Focus on the hanging clothing. Flip through all those sweaters, polos, dresses, and slacks. Anything you don’t absolutely love wearing, pull it off the
Okay, so we got distracted making videos during project #2, but we are back on track. Winter Project #3 Target Area: The Closet What to tackle: Organizing Shoes Why: Because summer will be here soon, even if it doesn't feel like it. And with summer comes
Winter Project #2 Target Area: Instruction Manuals Why: Because if you're going to keep them, they need to be easily accessible. How to do it: Round up all the manuals laying around the house into one spot. I suggest a room with a big table and a TV. Switch on
There are 4 weeks left until Spring is officially here. So, how about a winter project series? If I had to wager, I'd bet that you disagree with the last word in the title of this posting - wonderful - as being an appropriate description of