In the last eight months, I've started decluttering my house and minimizing my and my kids' items. Today, I'm sharing four things I've learned so far!
We are going Room by Room and decluttering! Everything we own is being examined and tossed into one of three piles--keep, toss, donate/sell. Here is Part One of the basement declutter!
We are going Room by Room and decluttering! Everything we own is being examined and tossed into one of 3 piles-keep, toss, donate/sell. Here we are--the kids' bedrooms!
We are going Room by Room and decluttering! Everything we own is being examined and tossed into one of 3 piles-keep, toss, donate/sell. First up, the master bedroom!
I asked, you answered, and here we are! Today's room by room is all about our entryway area. From the front area to the nook to the gallery wall!
Ah, organization! My favorite activity. In today's Room by Room series, we are going through the Nursery. I show you where EVERYTHING is, why it's there, and where you can snag items. More importantly, I’m going through 4 Key Take-Aways when it comes to organizing any area! What room in your house needs organizational help? Or better yet, what room have you conquered? Leave it in the comments below!
I am SO excited to finally be able to share with you our Nursery! Today, I'm taking you around Baby Boy's room and explaining the key components that make up his room! The only thing left to complete the room is Baby! And boy, oh, boy, he'll be here soon enough! Let me know in the comments below what you think! I'm also curious to know if your little one(s) have/had a nursery and what you did with the space!
Day Three of the Room by Room Organization was all about the kitchen/dining area! All in this process took just under 4 hours. Read more to see how I used our space most effectively, without buying new organizational aids!
After our couch was delivered, I jumped into Day Two of organizing! We tackled the living room and entryway since both rooms shared pieces in our last rental. Total time spent: 4.5 hours!
I buy a lot of our goods in bulk and/or on sale. Our at home “grocery store” means that we always have backups. With this surplus we need extra storage space. Come see how I used our guest bathroom as a storage area.