What happens when you love to shop but hate to organize? Have you ever faced that dreadful feeling when you don’t have the time or energy to deal with what you buy?
All those “great deals” become clutter when we bring the pieces into our homes and don’t have a place to put them away. What usually happens is the new items stay hidden in a bag, and we continue to let it pile up!
When you have too much stuff with no place to put it, it leads to clutter and chaos. This does not allow you to enjoy the stress-free, organized home you deserve.
School’s Out Tips
• It is never too late to start a new tradition! Have each child pick out their favorite piece of artwork (roughly 10 pieces to start). Take their #1 art piece and have it framed and displayed in your home. Consider mailing one or two art pieces to family and friends near or far.
Store the remaining artwork in an art portfolio or a sealable container that slides under their bed. Each year, have them go through the container, edit the contents, and pick out that year’s 10 art pieces.
Check out THIS art portfolio for the kiddos!
From documentaries and news articles to hashtags and Youtube videos, the word “minimalist” is just about everywhere these days! Sure, trends come and go, but people who follow this lifestyle seem to be onto something.
So, what is minimalism? It’s doing more with less! Adopting a minimalist approach can transform the world around you—helping you save money, become more productive, protect the planet, enjoy the little things, and live simpler.
While some people actually limit the number of belongings they own, you don’t have to be so rigid! To start, try tweaking simple parts of your daily routine and watch how the rest falls into place.
Can you believe that Thanksgiving is only one week away! This Thanksgiving reflect on all the positives that has taken place in your life over the past year.
I love this quote, I refer to it all the time
Happy Fall! Can you believe it’s already November? Hopefully everyone is adjusting to school and their new routines. My September was a whirlwind, and without time management I would have been a stressed out mess!
I found out that I was teaching a class at the local community college two weeks before the class was scheduled to start! The school also changed the clearance processes, so in the midst of busy days working full time with clients, helping my children get adjusted to their new school routines, I had to fill out and submit my new clearances and run to the college so my fingerprints could be taken.
Annie Kilbride is the CEO of Life Simplified, LLC a professional organizing business. Visit www.lifesimplifiedpo.com for more information.