If you find yourself misplacing items, losing your keys or having a hard time staying organized, now is the time to establish order. When life gets chaotic, organization is your best defense.
Where did the summer go? Lazy days at the pool and spontaneous road trips are going to be replaced with homework and structure. Getting back into a regular school routine after a laid-back summer schedule can be rough for parents and students alike.
The following post is brought to you courtesy of Kelsey Reaves of Modernize.com.
I’m always interested in finding new ways to organize small spaces so I’m passing them on to you.
I recently had the opportunity to chat with MarthaStewart.com about seasonal closet rotation and tips on how to make the most of your transition to fall & winter with your wardrobe!
While I’ve been super busy lately, as many of us have been, two recent blog contributions I’ve made, on the Pottery Barn blog and the Brentwood Home Page website, were posted so I thought I’d share!
So Tyler over at Purely Poultry asked me to write a post for him. Now I am not a chicken rancher like him – they breed and sell a gazillion types of poultry up there in Wisconsin. I just have my little flock in my downtown backyard.
So after doing all of that sorting and purging and categorizing with Kelly over at her home school at Faithful Provisions headquarters, it’s time to talk about how we set it all back up.
Janice Simon, a.k.a. The Clutter Princess, asked me to write a guest post about staging but since we are both Professional Organizers I thought it would be great to show how the two professions align so nicely.
Kelly, at the fantastic frugal living site, Faithful Provisions, and I have teamed up to bring readers all sorts of organizing tips for several areas in the home including a home school set up, a home office, the kitchen and others.
Deb Lee, of Organize To Revitalize, has been fascinated by the fact that I have chickens, so when she needed a guest poster – guess who she emailed? Yes, me! Getting chickens was part of a lifestyle choice for our family and one of the best decisions we made but it took some serious thought and some serious organizing to make it happen.