Just in case you missed it, here’s what we were discussing a year or two ago the week of February 1:
Overwhelmed by your to-do list? Six fabulous tips for getting it all done Rereading these tips has made me realize that I need to take Megan’s advice more often, especially about doing difficult tasks during my peak energy times, not low energy times.
So you want to hire a professional organizer to fix your spouse’s messy habits? Then don’t call me. Seriously. I can help couples who want to work together to fix the mess at home, but I’m pretty hopeless when it comes to taking sides and slinging ammo at the other spouse.
Organize art supplies the preschool way: Part One The photos in this post are so inspiring to me that I’m feeling the urge to rearrange my entire closet this way. These photos have also become pretty popular on Pinterest, so check it out!
Organize art supplies the preschool way: Part Two More beautiful photos of a well-organized preschool classroom.
Display your child’s artwork; eliminate the stacks I took all of Nathan’s early car paintings and made a collage for my husband’s office, where he works as general manager of an autobody shop. It looks great in his office and cut down on the stack of artwork at home.