Friday Favorites: Keeping Up With It All, Free Office Organization Printables + more!

favorite organizing links for May 16/14
Hi friends!  It’s the start of a four day weekend for us.  The kids have today off school and Monday is Victoria Day, a statutory holiday here in Canada.  So we are going to try to get all our jobs and errands done today so we can just enjoy the rest of the weekend together.  I’m really looking forward to it.  What are your plans for the weekend?

So I’ve got some terrific new links for you to check out this week.  I hope you are enjoying this weekly feature.  I love linking to other bloggers and highlighting posts that I think will help you in the organizing/time management/productivity areas of life.  Let me know which link you liked the most this week.  It helps me to know the kind of posts you are most interested in for future Friday Favorites posts.  Thanks everyone!

My Favorite Organizing Links this Week:

The Blessing (or Curse) of Stuff and What We Are Really Teaching Our Kids ~ @ We are THAT Family

How to Keep Your Fridge Clean ~ @ The 36th Avenue

How to Keep Your Fridge Clean
A great round-up of posts from Professional Organizers all about Daily Life and Keeping Up With It All ~ @ Your Organizing Business

I am going to start doing this: Organize Letters from Your Compassion International Child ~ @ An Inviting Home

The free printable in this post to print and frame is so cute: Keep Moving {Printable} ~ @ Simply Bloom

Free Office Organization Printables ~ @ Finding Home

Free Office Organization Printables
And finally an important message:  Don’t Let Comparison Steal Your Joy ~ @ Ladybug Blessings

Dont let comparison steal your joy
Have a super weekend everyone!!

 

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2 Responses to Friday Favorites: Keeping Up With It All, Free Office Organization Printables + more!

  1. 1
    Annie says

    Love the Compassion Child idea….I’m doing that this weekend!!

  2. 2
    Amanda Parker says

    What great tips you’ve got here. I particularly like your tip on organizing letters from the compassion international. My daughter is so fond of drawing pictures and making cards fro me and her dad and this is a great idea to file them all in one neat place.

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