Posts in Life
How To Organize Without The Overwhelm

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that most people like organization. I say “most” because there may be a few people who prefer the chaos that comes with not being able to find what they need, when they need it, or they enjoy constantly navigating through the landmine of toys.

Why is it that even though everyone most enjoy the idea of an organized home, so many still live in chaos?

I believe it’s because of overwhelm and lack of time.

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Get Organized Summit

If you are even the littlest bit excited about organizing, or need some help in this department, then join us February 12-16th   for the Get Organized HQ Summit.

This is a free event (while it airs), but you do need to register via email before February 11th to get access to it all. If you register after the 13th, free access to the sessions will no longer be available and then you’ll be sad you missed it.

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12 Habits Of An Organized Mom

I have made keeping my home tidy(ish), organized(ish) and clean(ish) a priority. It is important to me. This does not mean however that live in a Pinterest perfect world, but I also do not live in filth and disarray.

For me, being organized, isn’t just about having a nice-looking space or matching pretty organizers. While those are fun, the truth is my home and my brain function more optimally when things are in order. When I keep things in order, even when things get untidy, it’s possible to get it back in shape quickly.  

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7 Cleaning Tips To Save Time And Money

Most people like to save time and money. Ok, so maybe that’s a big assumption, but I think it’s true and I know it’s true for me.

I want to save time to enable me to spend more time with those I love and to do more of what I love to do.

Cutting costs is also of importance as at this time we are living on one income.

So, what’s a gal to do?

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6 Cleaning Products To Save You Time


It’s one of those things in life that has to be done whether we like it or not.

Sure, we can choose to ignore it, but it doesn’t make the problem go away. Ignoring it just makes the problem multiply. When we do eventually decide to tackle it, after ignoring it for a while, it’s an even bigger job than before. Yikes!

So what do we do?

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Dear Mom, Why You Need To Put Down The To-Do List

I think I border on being a workaholic.

By nature, I am a doer. The more I can get done, the better.

I have a hard time doing things without knowing there is a purpose and being able to measure the accomplishment. I think that’s partly why I enjoy organizing and cleaning so much. The results are obvious.

I love a checklist and the thrill of getting things done.

This can be a good thing, but it can also be a negative thing because as a mom, always getting things accomplished shouldn’t be my top priority. My family should be.

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13 Quick & Easy Family Meals

There have been times where I have gone to the grocery store to shop late in the day and while I’m there I plan to grab something for dinner.  Too often I was wandering around the store like I was lost because I had no idea what I was going to serve for dinner. I couldn’t justify spending so much on a frozen meal and I didn’t want to pick up take out...again, I also didn’t have time to make anything from scratch. I had to come up with a fail proof plan for feeding my family on the fly.

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Mama, Organize Your Home & Life With These Free Printables.

As a wife, working (at home and a job outside the home), homeschooling mama to 4, I have to bring my A game to stay on top of it and juggle it all. I love a keeping a clean home, feeding my family home cooked meals (most of the time) and my home being organized. To maintain all of it, being intentional with my time is necessary! 

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Work From Home With Park Lane

I chose this company because I loved the product, the pay structure and I loved how it made me feel. I felt like I had a whole new wardrobe just by adding a few new jewelry pieces. I could take my regular jeans and t-shirt and dress it up with jewelry to go out without having to find something a little dressier to wear. As a full-time stay at home mom, I don’t have a ton of different types of clothes. The jewelry makes my wardrobe feel more versatile.  

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Oops, I Did It Again! Why I Joined Direct Sales After Multiple Failed Attempts.

Earlier in this series I mentioned that I was pretty skeptical about Direct Sales. This was mostly based on the fact that I had had multiple unsuccessful attempts at it over the years.

I gradually warmed up to the idea of attending parties and purchasing products from people who operated a direct sales company. I really loved all the products, but I was still skeptical about the business model and whether it actually worked or not. Little did I know my mind was about to be changed.

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