I decided that, for every holiday in the next year, I'm going to go through the 'hassle' of pulling ALL the decorations out, use what I like, and put ONLY that stuff back away. #cleanupcleanout
Haha love it!
Repeat my same intro from yesterday-- Yes, totally my mentality, just not quite to this extreme.
Favorite line: "For starters, where exactly is it supposed to slide to?" Exactly. If I don't do it now, I have to do it later. It doesn't just magically go away.
I totally agree. Well, not to this extreme, but with the concept. My kids have plenty, but are not swimming in toys. And when they're done with something, it gets cleaned up. That makes space-- physical and mental-- to move on to the next activity.
My house is nowhere as neat as that 'after' picture-- in fact, that looks a little neurotic to me haha-- but I could NEVER have it look like the picture below. Things only get mixed together unless it's part of the creative play, otherwise it's a never-ending mess.
When my tank top straps follow the exact same lines as my bra straps, it brings me endless joy.
#easytoplease #thelittlethings #racerbackrules
simply B organized is arranging the next Clutter Clinic (likely slated for Oct). Add your name so they can save you a seat!
Here's my experience from last winter:
You might be a hoarder if... you can fulfill 75% of the school supply lists from your own stash.
Haha! I prefer the title 'good shopper'!
Do you use a calendar/planner book?
Do you plan meals?
Do you keep phone number or emergency contact info anywhere other than your phone?
Do you make pen and paper shopping or to-do lists?
I need your opinions!
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.