If you’re going back to school and taking care of a family, then you are probably facing some challenging times. Here are some tips that will help you stay focused, consistent and spending quality time with your kids.
Is snack time chaotic at your house? Try creating snack-specific spaces in your fridge that are easily accessible to you and your kids.
Getting back into the swing of things after summer break can be difficult for kids and parents. Here are some ways to make the transition from vacation to school an easy one.
If your children's backpacks, lunchboxes and other school clutter is leaving your entry way a mess, then try creating a simple and stylish hall tree from an up-cycled door.
If your family struggles with homework time, then maybe you need a designated area for your child to do their work. Here are some ways to create your own ‘station’ at home.
If you have a collection of items you never returned, then it might be time to take action and remove the clutter.
Is your family unusually attached to wrappers, grocery sacks and almost-empty cereal boxes? Then, here is some motivation to throw the trash in the trash.
From piles of papers to keepsakes, letting go of your “collections” can create a clutter-free home.
Don't let your pet's mess get the best of you. Find out how to tame the clutter and get back to enjoying your furry friends.
Helping your child get organized for college will give you a sense of security knowing they are taken care of when they’re away from home.