The following is a guest post on reorganization motivation from regular contributor, Rachel at Useful Beautiful Home.
I’ve tried writing this post several times and it didn’t feel right until today. I had a hard time justifying such a simple project until I realized it speaks from my heart; a heart that loves to bless and encourage others in their endeavors.
Let me explain, I reorganized a caddy recently and was genuinely glad to have knocked that little project off my list. It was easy, took very little time, and cost me nothing. Yet, it had great reward in both decreased clutter and improved function. Tremendously huge overhauls are wonderful to read about and even accomplish in your own home, but sometimes we just want to do something little that will also cause a big impact.
That’s what I did with this caddy and I’m writing to share it as an encouragement to you. I’m highlighting this “little yet big” change to motivate your endeavors at home. Read below and then go search around your home for a neglected yet simple project that will lift your organizing spirits and set a smile on your face for a job well done!
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Hi friends! Happy menu planning day to you. Take a few minutes today to organize your menu for the week so you don’t have to worry about it later when kids are melting down around you. That’s no fun! If you read my life lately post last week you know we are in the middle […]
Hello gorgeous, how are you? It’s been a minute since I’ve sat and rambled with you about the current state of my life which at the moment you might be surprised to hear has chaos written all over it. Yep it happens to all of us eventually, even to this Organizing Junkie. So since I’m […]
The following is a guest post about helping tweens organize their spaces from regular contributor, Morgan from Morganize with Me. Helping children get (and stay) organized usually feels like a daunting and overwhelming task, am I right? With three children of my own, two teenagers and one tween, I’m in that stage of life where […]
Hello there, we meet again! I hope you all had a nice relaxing Easter weekend with friends and family. Now it’s time to get ready for another organized week with a simple menu plan. I don’t know about you but after a big holiday meal I definitely want to eat lighter meals over the next […]
The following is a guest post about how to inexpensively organize purses from regular contributor, Yuni at Love Your Abode. Hi friends, it’s Yuni from Love Your Abode and today, I want to share a simple way to organize all of your purses. I did this a couple of years ago and I have found […]
The following is a guest post on seven kids zones for spring cleaning from regular contributor, Rachel at Useful Beautiful Home. When I think of spring cleaning, I automatically think of window washing and front porch refreshing. This year, my cleaning list advanced beyond the usual seasonal tasks. Below are 7 kid zones that needed […]
Hi friends! In case you didn’t see it last week, I’ve got a little menu plan gift for you to help make your menu planning just a wee bit easier. Print out this handy weekly menu planner using the instructions HERE and then just fill it in with some easy and simple recipes and you […]
The following is a guest post on her top 5 classroom organization products from regular contributor, Kristin at The Gold Project. I am about to end my tenth year of teaching. I am really in shock because it doesn’t seem like I have been teaching that long. I guess time really does fly when you […]
Disorganization can be caused by many things. Clutter of course can overwhelm and impact our physical surroundings and lack of planning can have dire consequences on our time. Both situations can be very stressful if not organized and managed properly. And by managed properly I mean organized just enough so you don’t completely lose your […]