I’ve got a tiny spot that I have been working on as a command center. It is already the landing spot for all things mail, kids art, papers to sign, etc. I’d like to think that it’s already acting as a command center – it just needs some organizing. It is a heavily trafficked area from the mudroom into the kitchen and from the hallway
I’ve been consistently trying to find ways to cut clutter and bring simplicity at home. When I use the phrase ‘simplicity at home’, I’m not referring to a boring home that is not warm and welcoming. Neither I’m I referring to a home that has been stripped off all its necessary items that make it a home. Too many times ‘simplicity at home’ can come
I’m one of those who tends to thrive in organized spaces. When spaces are chaotic it’s hard to find and accomplish anything in them. I find myself walking around in circles not knowing what task to tackle first. As an example, if I get behind on the dishes, even making breakfast seems like trying to get over some great hurdle of pots and pans and dirty dishes.
I love having a clutter free home. But every so often, the clutter creeps up on me and I don’t even realize it. When we moved, I thought I had gotten rid of lots of stuff that I did not use or did not really enjoy. But apparently, I was wrong. As I was (and still is) in the process of figuring where things should go and
Organized spaces make me so happy. I tend to function much better when things are organized and I can easily find them. Plus, what is that saying? When mom is happy everyone else is happy right? So let’s make mom happy:) As part of my monthly inspirational home post with At Home, I am showing you how I organized the kids play room using some of
Organized spaces truly make me happy. I tend to function much better when my home is uncluttered and somewhat organized. Lately, I have been focusing on organizing a few areas in our home, particularly closets, cabinets, and under sinks. We don’t have any kind of huge fancy closets, only tiny ones. But having them organized in a way that makes things easier to find helps much.
Our main bathroom has come a long way than what it used to be but it is still not quite what to what I imagined. We are already in week 5 of the ORC Challenge, and while I would like to admit that I got it all together, I don’t. When I decided to do the challenge, I figured that I already had a head start since
Wow, we have so many little makeovers going on around here that I can’t even keep up. One of them includes a room makeover with paint, furniture, and decor updates. Last time, I openly shared with you what our master bedroom looked like with a plan to make over the space with some simple paint and decor updates. If you’ve been reading here for a while,
I don’t usually post much on Thursdays except in the evening going into Friday whenever I do. But Linda from Calling It Home is hosting her yearly One Room Challenge (ORC) where a group of awesome bloggers take on the challenge to transform a space in their homes and show their progress over a period of six weeks. Guess participants (like you and me or whoever)