Do you have a shopping bag full of clothing that you’re saving to pass down to your next child or a friend who’s expecting? Maybe you have piles in your basement of your first child’s clothing waiting for your second or third to grow into them. If the idea of organizing these hand-me-downs seems daunting, then today’s blog is just for you!
Do you still have awards you received in high school? What about mixtapes from your high school sweetheart? Is your wedding dress sitting in the back of your closet?
October is Energy Awareness Month, so let’s keep this short & sweet so we can all turn off our devices and reduce our footprint.
We live in a digital world and it’s about time that our organizational systems reflect that. We’re not saying the transition from paper to screen is always easy, but it is life changing! Here are some of our favorite digital organizing tools.
September is Emergency Preparedness Month and we want to highlight some important ways to stay organized in the event of an emergency. It’s all about planning ahead. Every article and website dedicated to emergency preparedness highlights planning ahead and practicing with your family.
The sun is setting earlier each day. The days are getting a little cooler. The stores are advertising Back-To-School outfits and you’ll start seeing school supplies pop up everywhere very shortly (if not already).