Posted on July 14, 2012 by Christine in Organizing.
After all these years of feminism, it seems that only mothers feel stressed about messy homes. A recent study by UCLA’s The Center on Everyday Lives of Families examined 32 middle class dual income families. The results – 70% of families garages have no room for a car holding between 300 to 650 boxes […] No Comments. Continue Reading... Posted on May 5, 2012 by Christine in Organizing.
Closets are always overflowing with clothes, shoes and bags making it virtually impossible to finding anything. Having well thought out closet storage can make it easier to grab things when you are running to lunch, the airport or the couch. When it comes to bedrooms clutter control is essential to find things and fit more […] No Comments. Continue Reading... Posted on March 12, 2012 by Christine in Acessories, DIY Budget, Home Decorating, Organizing, Walls.
Serving Trays – Decorate and Conquer! Source: Shelterness Trays went out of fashion for a while. I don’t mean rich wooden trays or square TV serving trays that get used everyday. I mean the heavy silver trays that tarnish and make you look like a bad housekeeper… I inherited a few of these silver […] No Comments. Continue Reading... Posted on February 6, 2012 by Christine in General, Home Decorating, Organizing, Storage Stuff.
How To Stay Organized – Fast Fingertip Decluttering For People With Busy Rockstar Lives! Everyone knows how to be organized – you buy a drawer organizer, shoe organizer, a spice rack organizer and a receipt organizer and spend a weekend in clutter control. Decluttering works for about two weeks. But how do you stay organized? […] No Comments. Continue Reading... Posted on January 20, 2012 by Christine in Home Decorating, Kitchen, Organizing, Painting, Storage Stuff.
Chalkboard Paint to Organize Your Kitchen, Pantry, Family + Office Blackboard paint, also known as chalkboard paint has come along way from the classroom. This is a simple decorating technique that can help organize kitchen, pantry and even your office by using it to make a chalkboard from an unused wall or making one for […] No Comments. Continue Reading...