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Organizing Homelife

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50 Ways To Be AWESOME by Meg RulliFebruary 18, 2013 Sharebar Tony and I just completed our trip around the world and as we are reconnecting with friends and family from home, I keep getting asked the same question: “Did travel change you?” In short: Nope! 31 Days to a More Organized Home & Mind Happy 2014 friends!! This is where I should post the obligatory dressed-to-the-nines and looking fine photo. However I somehow forgot to snap a picture of me wearing my jammies, downing pizza and watching ESPN before I went to bed at 11. 10 Shortcuts for Cleaning Your Kitchen in Record Time Thanks for visiting. Sign up for free updates via email. See you soon! We are in the middle of spring, even though the weather around here has not quite caught up yet. While mother nature changes her landscape with a fresh palette of color and wonder, many people have also been using this time as an opportunity to change things up a bit on the home front.

Simple Dimples: Organization Binders DropBox download added/Updated Photos Dec. 10,2012 How the Binders are Organized Here are a few FREE PDF's of the templates I made to use inside my binders. Please check back as I will continue to update this list as I design more pages ;) I’ve added a DropBox download option since so many had problems with Google Drive. You can download all the files in a ZIP file from Dropbox HERE Binder 1: Family clutterfree30 Archives - Clean Mama The first week of the #clutterfree30 challenge has been amazing! If you are just starting and need a little more info, go to this post. And if you need a reason to declutter, go to this post for 5 good ones. The stuff that you guys are clearing out of your homes and decluttering in just 30 minutes a day is amazing. I am so inspired by what you all are doing!

» Best Procrastination Tip Ever Post written by Leo Babauta. Your first thought as you look at this article will be, “I’ll read this later.” But don’t. Let the urge to switch to a new task pass. The Less Mess Project: Pantry Reveal! Well, I’ve spent the last week painting, stenciling, and organizing my pantry and I have to admit…it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done. Not because it was particularly fun to do, but because the results make life so much easier. Seriously, if I had known how much less stressed having an organized pantry would make me feel I would have done it years ago. Weekly Deals & Frugal Recipes Archives - Romance on a Dime Hello everyone! This week I wanted to highlight Pendleton’s Country Market and my trip to their Butterfly Bio-Villa. About Pendleton’s Country Market Pendleton’s is a local family farm that started about 40 years ago.

Organize and Decorate Everything — Organize Your Life and Decorate Your World Here is another garland I made for Emilee’s birthday and to decorate her bedroom door. This is another great way to give money as a gift. To make the Dollar Bow Garland you can make as many bows as you like and in any denomination. Classroom Behavior Discipline Ideas We asked teachers to describe the behavior plans they use in their classrooms.Check out the fantastic responses below... Encouraging Frog-tastic BehaviorSubmitted by Cathy from North Carolina Expectations and Consequences

21 Rules to Live Your Life – Dokkodo I came across ‘Dokkodo’ recently which is a small book written by Miyamoto Musashi a week before he died in 1645. Based on the date, I was quite amazed at how many of the following rules or principles if you like have stayed with us and are still very relevant today. The 21 precepts below were written just as Miyamoto was giving away all his possessions in preparation for death and I think many of them still apply to our modern society and lifestyles. Photo Credit I’m not one to simply copy the work of others and put it here, but in this case I believe that the precepts by Miyamoto deserve to be shared.

Amazing Pantry Makeover from A Little of This, A Little of That {contributor} Hi! I'm Sarah from A Little of This, A Little of That. As the name of my blog suggests, there is a little of everything going on over there. I love to decorate, DIY, sew, craft and cook! Honest To Nod When we found out about the amazing candy making process at Papabubble, we knew we had to make a stop during our first Nod Bus Tour at their location in Pasadena, CA. We were even more excited after we discussed partnering with them to create some exclusive custom candy to hand out on our #nodtourbus stops around California in April. We sat down with Mike from Papabubble LA to find out a little more about their delicious and creative candy. What exactly is Papabubble? We are a handmade candy shop that specializes in hard candy with images or words inside, the perfect candy for weddings, parties and special events. When did Papabubble begin?

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