Organization

On The Reconciliation of Stuff (Master Bath Edition)

On The Reconciliation of Stuff (Master Bath Edition)

One decade is the length of time I’ve been living with these two items. They greet me every morning in the master bath as I ready myself. Two long time friends of mine right here. That freesia body spray still has a good two weeks […]

On The Reconcilliation of Stuff (Back to School Edition)

On The Reconcilliation of Stuff (Back to School Edition)

August is the back to school month of frenzy shopping. From hair cuts to school supplies, lunch totes, backpacks, shoes, fall and winter clothes; you name it and we are buying it. Don’t get me wrong, the buzz of sharpening pencils can quicken my pulse […]

On The Reconciliation of Stuff (4)

On The Reconciliation of Stuff (4)

This week my family is concentrating on Less Stuff brought to you by the letter C. (Do I remind you of Sesame Street a little?) But seriously, the letter C and his lovely friend the Camel coincided with our conversation about stuff so he had […]

On the Reconciliation of Stuff (2)

On the Reconciliation of Stuff (2)

A few days ago on Facebook I encountered this status from a friend: If you’re new to this conversation, you may want to start with post (1). I posed this question: How do you feel when you buy something? I hope we all took a […]

On the Reconciliation of Stuff

On the Reconciliation of Stuff

How do you feel about your stuff? I’ve blogged about it before in posts featuring clothing and food, but here I am tackling the topic again as requested by a friend. So, how do you feel about it?Recently, I’ve packed my entire house, moved it […]

Organize & Decorate

Organize & Decorate

The seasons are changing and that means the winter clothes are going to thrift stores and the summer clothes are replacing them. I find it helpful to hang up special items that my kids use frequently so that drawers are not constantly being open and […]

How Do You Eat An Elephant?

How Do You Eat An Elephant?

Are you overwhelmed with too much stuff? My mom always tells me, to eat my elephant one bite at a time. Just start. Take a bite. Something will be more clean, more organized, more managable if you just take one bite. We live the life […]