PSST.................What's in your Drawers?

OK, let’s talk about your drawers.Are you hoarding rubber bands, twist ties, shopping bags or you tell me?Why? You don’t need 1,000 rubber bands, 50 twist ties from your bread wrappers or 25 paper bags.Really, you don’t. You might need a dozen rubber bands and a few of the other things. Why do you think you might need them? If you can’t come up with a good reason let them go.And No a Rainy day is not a good reason.The better question is, how many have I used in the past 6 months? If you answer is none then you really don’t need them....more

Pick Up- Don't Pass Up

Years ago I read a book on organization for your home. It was a book written for women that just didn't have the organization bug. That was me. There were a lot of tips and cleaning expertise given, but the biggest life changing advice I received from that book was the sentence- PICK UP DON'T PASS UP!!Here are some examples of what I started to do to get my house in order:1.  Pick up junk mail, throw in trash.2.  Pick up shoes, Put away in closet.3. Pick up dishes from table, Put in dishwasher.4. Pick up dirty laundry, Put in hamper....more

3 Steps to Decluttering Your Clothes In One Day

Found and Bliss  Hello, & thanks for reading the post! Yes, it is a long wait for the book but I ...more

A picture of urine-soaked paper disguised as a request for opinions on old guide books

We've been married a little over fifteen years and during that time we've lived in twelve different homes. That's disregarding any stint too brief to make it on to a utilities statement....more

7 Moving Tips to Make Packing and Unpacking Easier

Whether this is your first move, or you’re a frequent traveler, you can make your move much easier with a plan. Follow these easy steps for the smoothest possible transition....more

Tips For Decluttering Your Home

1.  PlanBefore tackling each area get yourself 4 boxes.  Label one 'Keep', one 'Donate', one 'Sell' and one 'Throw'.  Every item you sort out must be allocated to one box and don't second guess yourself once you have made a decision.  2. Break tasks down in to small chunks...more