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Holiday Hostess Gift Ideas

The following weeks will surely be fun and hectic!  Christmas activities, gift buying, wrapping and holiday parties.  It’s the season of giving and I want to share with you some of my favorite hostess gifts for the holiday season. Let’s start with the obvious, shall we?  The candle.  I mean, you Read More

7 Things to Clean When Illness Strikes

    Getting sick is inevitable. If you have little ones you know that the probability of catching a cold or virus this winter is fairly high.  Once one kid gets sick, it feels like it is inevitable that everyone gets sick.  I do my best to prevent that from Read More

How to Use Vacuum Cleaner Attachments

  If you have a love/hate relationship with your vacuum cleaner you might want to start putting those attachments to use and get your vacuum cleaner working for you!  Your vacuum cleaner may have more (or less) attachments, but these three tools are the ones I use the most and Read More

4 Ways to Tame the Clutter

Clutter. We’ve all got it. You may have clutter that is out in the open or you may have clutter that is neatly tucked away. However you manage the clutter, there is always going to be some clutter in your life. It’s just a part of life. Life sort of Read More

Ten Tips for Organized Travel

Summer is just around the corner, which means that it’s time to trade in your rain boots for your flip-flops and trade in your school calendar for your vacation calendar.  Whoo-hoo!  A little over a year ago, my family and I moved overseas to Europe.  Since living in Europe, we Read More

Organizing {Adult} Snacks

Today I’m here to chat a little bit about snack time.  It’s one of those things we all learned about in Kindergarten. Sort of like nap time, sharing, being kind, show and tell…well you get the idea.  All of which are still really good things to practice, including snack time! Read More

Kids and Money: Earning and Managing a Commission

    In order to learn to manage money, kids need money to manage. (Yes, I know. I have a keen sense of the obvious.) And the way in which they receive and manage that money should fit as much as possible with grown-up reality since we’re not ultimately training 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

Setting {Realistic} Goals

  For many of you, you took the New Year to look ahead and to set some goals.  I applaud you. I am a huge fan of setting goals.  I really believe that when you are deliberate with the direction you want to go, you are more likely to change Read More

De-Cluttering Do’s & Don’ts

Clutter -“a collection of things lying about in an untidy mass.”  (via Google) Let’s face it:  We all have a little bit of clutter lingering around somewhere.  It’s just a fact of life.  Things pile up and it can be oh so challenging to stay on top of it all. Read More

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