In our last two challenges we began conquering wardrobe clutter by creating three piles and working through the first. Now it is time to finish up what is left! Now we have to look at these other piles that you … Continue reading
In our last challenge we began conquering wardrobe clutter by creating three piles. Now it is time to begin revisiting these piles! Now let’s revisit pile 1, the most important pile. The first step is to match everything up. What … Continue reading
Okay – show of hands, even though I can’t see them…. How many of you have done any of the following in the past 90 days: Put on an outfit only to realize you liked the top or bottom but … Continue reading
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Spring Cleaning Tips
Brook shares strategies for tackling the closet on Chat with Women, Seattle Talk Radio.
Sell Them: Books are easy to sell online as you don’t have to take photographs, etc. www.amazon.com is my favorite source for selling. On Amazon, just look up the book you want to sell. IN the top right hand area … Continue reading
Go vertical: Store papers using vertical-end tab files or better yet, nine-by-twelve envelopes stored upright in magazine holders. Vertical solutions do not lend to pile creation. Three-Sided Storage: The standard file folder has always been a mystery to me. Why … Continue reading
Artwork, Papers and More…
How to Effectively Store Kids Work
The Traveling Art and “Proud” Exhibit: This can be used for all paper a child collects in a week—from art, to tests, to certificates. It is the perfect way to offer recognition, sharing of materials, but also the culling of what would otherwise be a mountain of paper. Let’s face it—most of us can’t save everything our child brings home unless we add an addition to our homes!
HTML clipboardCracks and Crevices: Use paintbrushes and Q-tips for hard to reach cracks and crevices. Make Cleaning Fun: Transform cleaning from chore to fun with an incentive! Find a few books on audio that you would like to listen to–reserve … Continue reading