Organize with the Print & Go Planner

Organize with the Print & Go Planner! This week, enter for your chance to win a copy of my newest planner.

Organize with the Print & Go Planner - Organize with the Print & Go Planner! This week, enter for your chance to win a copy of my newest planner.

As I’ve mentioned before, my planner is my brain on paper. While I may not consult it every minute of every day, it’s there to pick up the pieces when the wheels fall off the bus.

You can bet your bottom dollar that this week, as I recover from All Things Family Wedding, my planner is right by my side to catch up on all the things that fell by the wayside last week.

I love my new Print & Go Planner. It has all the things that I need to keep my head on straight: pages for calendars, goal setting, daily to-do’s, monthly projects, and a daily time budget.

This month you can use the coupon code ORGANIZE to get $2 off your purchase of the Print & Go Planner.

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Organize Recipes So You Can Actually Make Them

Recipes can be some of our most prized possessions and regularly used resources to help us eat well and enjoy good meals with family. How can you organize recipes so they best serve you?

This post was written by Life as Mom contributor, Prerna Malik.

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Have you ever saved, pinned or clipped a bunch of recipes to make later and then, never made them? I have.

That’s why, one of my main organizing missions this year was all about organizing recipes so that I actually end up making them. Now don’t get me wrong… I’m all for pinning away to my heart’s content recipes that are more aspirational in nature than any thing else but I also like to have a stash of new recipes to try so that dinner at our home isn’t always same ol’, same ol’.

On that note, here are the 2 simple and easy ways that I’ve organized my recipe collection so that I can pull out a new recipe without getting sucked into the vortex of pretty pictures and complex instructions. Continue Reading »

Planning a Rest Day

Making Time to Rest

Planning a rest day may take extra effort, but it’s so worth it! You rest your mind, body, and soul, so that you can work better through the week. Sometime over the summer I realized that I hadn’t been making rest a priority. I was reading through Exodus 20 and hit the Ten Commandments. Reading […]

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8 Great Ways to Organize Your Freezer Cooking Day

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Planning a freezer cooking day? You can make it easier and more fun when you organize yourself and follow these easy tips. I’ve been freezer cooking for almost 20 years. (I started young.) Over time, I’ve learned that there are some things that can really set you up for success and make your freezer cooking […]

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How to Store Your Child’s Artwork

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All of us have lots of treasures that our kids have created. While you can’t keep them all. Consider these ways to store your child’s artwork. This post was written by Phoebe Hendricks. As a parent, one of our biggest struggles is balancing the clutter and the love for our children’s artwork. While a part […]

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Make The Bathroom Less of a Dump

Make the Bathroom Less of a Dump

Most of us have at least one bathroom to clean. How can we make the bathroom less of a dump and more of a relaxing place to get ourselves clean and fresh? So, I wrote that title very late on a night when I was already very tired. It made me laugh at 11pm. And […]

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Setting Up a Homework System

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Homework is a fact of life for most kids. Check out these tips on how to set up a homework system that works. This post is written by Life as MOM contributor, JessieLeigh: It’s amazing to me how early children start receiving homework these days. Truth be told, the first homework I ever remember receiving was in […]

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Household Chores: Organized

Organizing Household Chores

Household chores are a part of life for most of the world. How can you organize yours so that they are simple, easy, and not so much drudgery? Work is a necessary part of life. It’s kind of God’s design. So, I don’t really believe that we can or should escape all work. I do […]

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