Reviewing the Essentials of an Emergency Plan and Escape Route

Emergency Readiness: 6 Essentials to Review

Stop, drop, and roll. Duck, cover, and hold on. As children, we learned simple survival slogans for responding to crises. They are great safety reminders of what to do in the initial moments. Yet so much of surviving and thriving beyond…
Aging Up Your Child's Room includes the desk fit for a teen guitar and wall artwork for youth

Aging Up & Organizing Your Kid's Room

Do you suddenly have a teenager living in your home? Then it’s time to update their room! There comes a time in every mom’s life when you realize that your little kid isn’t a little kid anymore. With that comes a need to update and…
Get Road Trip Ready by Organizing Your Car

Get Road Trip Ready by Organizing Your Car

It’s summer! Time to step on the gas and find adventure out on the open road. From day trips to weekend escapes to cross-country travel, your car becomes the center of your world. Keeping it neat and organized can go a long way to helping…
Memory Box for your child

How to Create a Kid's Memory Box

If you have a child, they come with paper – and LOTS of it! These keepsake papers provide such a beautiful window into their world: their karate certificate of achievement, school play program, first handmade Mother’s Day card, and school…
Spice Bottles Lined Up in a Row

Spice Up Your Life by Organizing Your Spices!

Spices enhance our food’s taste and aroma, and add zest to our life experience. In this blog, discover how to organize your spice cabinet so that you can enjoy doing more of what you love in life. My spice cabinet used to be a jumbled mess.…
Organizing The Kitchen

Organizing The Kitchen

If there is a heart in the home, it’s the kitchen. It’s where everything happens: meals are cooked, mouths are fed, bodies are nourished, plans are made, homework gets done and, inevitably, it’s where everyone gathers at any party you…
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Homeschooling: Strategies for Success

If you’re a parent of school-age children during this pandemic, you experienced the joys (and pains) of homeschooling this past spring. We had hoped it would be a short season: we were rounding the bases and heading for home plate by summer.…
Sourdough Bread

A Sweet Gift: Baking Sourdough Bread

Have you jumped on the baking bread bandwagon yet? If not, here’s your invitation to join the ride! Sheltering in place has brought out the chef in many of us. All of these weeks of staying indoors, eating at home, preparing three meals…

Declutter Your Digital Life

Decluttering Your Life Series, Part III As we work from home right now, we are given a unique opportunity to press “pause” on the craziness, stop the busy-ness and b r e a t h e. It’s also a time when we can simplify our lives, declutter…

Working From Home: 3 Tips to Make It Work For You

When I left the corporate world 10 years ago, the opportunity to work from home was a gift. No longer would I need to endure the 2-hour daily commute to my office; I’d be there for my family in the morning and be able to prepare dinner in…