How many times have we said or felt this way? Probably at least 40 times a week if you were like me! Here is a step by step guide to how you are going to konmari the heck out of your wardrobe and hopefully never say it again! Take everything out of your closet. I… Continue reading I Have Nothing To Wear.
Have morning and evening routines. My evening routine sets the pace for the next day. For example, I try my very best to clean while I cook supper to avoid a big mess after we eat. Also put the dishwasher on before bed and a load of laundry. I even prepare the coffee machine the… Continue reading My 6 Tips For a Tidy Home
We all have them, the friend(s) that probably aren't that great for us. People that brings us down or make fun of us. We may know these relationships are bad for us integritally or even physically but we don't do anything about it. As you go through the KonMari method you will discard some items… Continue reading Sparking joy in relationships!
Here are four ways my spring cleaning routine has changed since implementing the KonMari method. 1. I actually clean. That sounds strange I know, but the reality is I don't have to organize my clutter and rush through tasks that don't actually help me get my home fresh and clean for Spring! 2. Cleaning no… Continue reading The New Spring Cleaning!
Have I used this item in the last six months? If I were shopping right now, would I buy this item? Is the only reason I am keeping this item because I don't want to waste money? Am I holding onto this item for sentimental or memory reasons? Does this item even fit in my… Continue reading 8 Questions to Ask While Decluttering.
In the past, I've had real difficulty keeping my sanity during renovations. I mean I was impatient, stressed, and honestly I was difficult to deal with. But truthfully - I didn't want to be that way. I love doing renovations, improving our home, and the hard work my husband and I put in to increasing… Continue reading 5 ways to maintain your sanity (and organization) during renovations.
When we're young, trust comes naturally. It has to - we rely on someone to feed us, keep us warm, make us happy, and make decisions for us. We get older, start becoming more self-reliant, and eventually really being able to trust anyone or anything can be difficult. But when it comes to making the… Continue reading Trust the Process
Last week I had the opportunity to help someone close to me start her tidying process. She and her husband own a cute bungalow with a finished basement. As we talked about her goals for the home, we decided to focus on a basement spare bedroom to start. She had intentions of making that room… Continue reading Important Enough in her Heart to Earn a Place in her Home.
Following up from the previous post I thought I'd share some gift ideas that revolve around experiences instead of objects! For the last two winters my entire family has had a gift night every December. We'd eat supper together, spend quality time together, and then end off the evening with gifts for each other. Lately… Continue reading Collect moments not things