Organize and Declutter

Simple tips for home organizing and decluttering. Organization shouldn’t be expensive or difficult. Keep the things you love and get rid of the rest.

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The One thing you need to have for an organized home.

If you search “organization” on Pinterest, you will find pictures filled with color coordinated bins, glass jars with chalkboard labels, and lots of closet shelves. I love seeing those pictures but —–> I’m gonna let you in on a little secret! shhhhhh….. It doesn’t matter how many aqua plastic bins you have, or how much

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Etsy Christmas Planner

I know. I know. It’s only the beginning of November. We are still munching on candy corn and savoring our pumpkin spice drinks. But NOW is the time to start planning for Christmas. Otherwise it will come at you quickly and stress you out. None of us want to stress out on the week of

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KID'S Room Organization, Ideas and tips for organizing kid's clothes and toys

Oh toys! My son loves them. I love that he loves them. But they can be a pain too. Between birthdays, Christmas, and even just other random times throughout the year, toys can easily pile up and take over. Here are a few tips I use for keeping my son’s toys under control.   Keep

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STOCK UP BEFORE BABY Get this free printable checklist to get organized and prepare for baby's arrival.

Those first few weeks after the baby is born are a LOT of work. The last thing I want to be doing is grocery shopping or running around doing errands. That’s why I made a simple list of things to stock up on before the baby arrives. Hopefully, this will help make the transition a

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Hospital bag checklist FREE PRINTABLE This is a simple list of what you really need!

  Our little girl will be here before we know it! My hospital bag has been packed since about week 35, and this 2nd time around I feel like I know exactly what I need.   With my first child, I packed things I didn’t use, and didn’t pack things that I wish I had!

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KITCHEN CABINET ORGANIZATION Pin

The kitchen cabinet above my sink needed some desperate organization and decluttering. It had become a collection spot for clutter and miscellaneous items and I was having a hard time getting to the things that I needed. That was a clear sign that it was time to make some changes! I love doing little projects

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Now that we’ve figured out the reasons behind our clutter and how to deal with daily clutter, let’s figure out how to keep it from coming back! I’ve learned that if I’m not intentional about preventing clutter, it starts building up again.   1. Quality over Quantity (Don’t save everything!) In the book Clutter Free