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This weekend, I had fun reorganizing and updating my kitchen. We have tons of cabinets, but lots of space doesn’t automatically equal organized space. Over time, things had become messy. Visa and Walmart invited me to see what I could organize with a $150 budget. Woohoo! But, I take budgets very seriously. I hate
A mom’s purse is full of critical things! Kind of like MacGyver – I’ll bet you can change a tire while keeping the baby happy and giving instructions to a co-worker, all with items out of your purse. Am I right? When you have an organized and well-stocked purse, you’re better prepared for all
Last week, I shared with you 30+ healthy snack ideas for on-the-go. But if you’re packing snacks, you’re going to need a cute snack container for storage. You can find all these snack containers on Amazon (affiliate links are present). They are practical, perfect for on-the-go snacks and most important of all, cute and colorful! 12 Super
Imagine this: dishes piled up, laundry tossed on the bedroom floor, backpacks abandoned in the middle of the kitchen. Do you feel like your house is always messy? If you answer yes, you are not alone! My house is always messy – learn to master it!  What do these things have in common? Other
After reading Your Simple Home Handbook, I discovered that author, Elsie Callender, and I are pretty much kindred spirits. Sure, there are some major differences (I have 4 big boys and she has one little tiny one. She lives in a 600 sq. ft cabin and my home is many times larger.) But despite these differences, when
One of the most common questions I get is, “Where do I start organizing?” If you’re wanting to organize a million things or you’ve got ambitious plans to declutter your entire home, you need a plan. If this is the case, I’ve got some suggestions for you. Exactly what you organize or declutter first will
Have you re-organized your kitchen recently? Once you commit to making healthy meals for your family, you’re likely to find your kitchen cabinets filling up with all kinds of ingredients and equipment. And all this stuff may leave you with a kitchen that quickly gets messy and isn’t nearly as efficient as it should be.
Do you find yourself reminding your kids over and over about certain commitments or responsibilities? This free printable weekly kids planner proactively encourages kids to be more responsible. Geared for elementary school kids,  it’s a great way to get them thinking ahead of time about what they need to do during the day throughout the week. Every
 

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Sarah

I’m the creator of Decluttering School (formerly known as Early Bird Mom), lover of organized spaces, encourager to women and mom to four boys. Click here to read more!

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