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Organized Menu Planning

Menu planning is one of the most important aspects of home keeping. It should take priority on your schedule. If you don’t have a plan, you will feel the stress every single day (I know, I’ve been there). You will eat less healthier and you’ll waste money. By implementing menu planning Read More

One Project at a Time: October 2016

Welcome to the October 2016 edition of One Project at a Time. It’s a monthly link party that features our readers projects and blogs. If you’ve been working on any organizing projects lately, link up for a chance to be featured! We also love to see decorating, budgeting, healthy living, cleaning, and Read More

Purge Day 11: Freezer Food

    Welcome to Day 11 of our month long purge. Today we are going back into the kitchen to purge the freezer.  Do you even know what’s in there?  Do you keep an organized list of the contents?  If not, you may be wasting food and money.  It’s time Read More

School Command Center

  My kids begin school in 2 weeks (yikes), so I have been spending the past several days preparing our home for a new routine, schedule, and with that – a brand new menu plan.  I designated a spot in our kitchen for all of this and I call it our “School Command Center”. Read More

Menu Planning Door

Menu planning is most successful if you are organized.  If you don’t have a plan, you will be wasting time, money and most likely gas eating out a lot.  Sound familiar to some of you?  By creating a menu planning area in your home, you will have the tools to succeed with Read More

Summertime Organizing: Snacks

    Summertime is just about here and if you have kids, you know that you need to get the “snack” situation in order – fast.   In our home, I have a “snack station” for my kids (both in the fridge as well as the pantry).  In between meals Read More

Maximize Your Slow Cooker & (Maybe) Never Cook Again!

Raise your hand if you like coming home to cook dinner from scratch when you’re already tired and starving! (Me neither.) In the unending quest for lazy efficient meal planning (remember meal-ti-tasking?), I’m constantly trying to perfect the art of “at least it’s healthier than McDonald’s” dinner preparation.     Read More

Slacker-Friendly Meal Planning

I have always wanted to be one of those amazing people who plan all of their meals in advance, cook it on Sunday, and are all set for the rest of the week. Alas, the idea of planning a bunch of fancy meals & cooking them from scratch all in Read More

Sticking to a Grocery Budget

Groceries tend to be a category in which many people overspend. Here are 10 tips for staying on track. via freedigitalphotos.net 1. Create a food budget! Obvious, yes, but it’s important to start here. While the average American family spends 9-12% of its monthly income on food, the amount will Read More

“PIN”teresting organizing ideas…

I love browsing pinterest for new ideas. Today Im sharing my favorite “organizing” pins from Pinterest.   (Here) is my pinterest “organizing” page for more great ideas.    Tool organizer for office supplies.   You can use this container for many different things… The ideas are endless.  Visit Down The Read More

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