July is already here! How did that happen? The summer is just flying. This past weekend I spent about thirty minutes planning our meals for the month. I’ve found that taking the long view of things really helps me save time and money and a few brain cells. I know what we have, I make […]
Photo Source: LoveJanine Now, before you start congratulating me, no, I am not pregnant. But, my friend Lauren is. She recently found out that she and her husband were expecting their fourth child. What fun! For those of you who experience morning sickness and an otherwise rough first trimester, “what fun” might not be the […]
For the last month, I’ve been participating in an experiment called Project Laundry Line. Sponsored by Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent and My Blog Spark, this challenge has prompted me to wash all our clothes in cold and line dry them for a month’s time. Do they know how many loads of laundry a mom of […]
Awhile back I mentioned this online organizational tool called SpringPa. In case you were wondering how it works, here’s a video tutorial that explains it. What do YOU think? Would SpringPad help you? Or do you have a different method for keeping track of things?
Recently I was invited by Seventh Generation and MyBlogSpark to participate in Project Laundry Line. The challenge? Wash your clothes in cold water and dry them on the line for 30 days. Hmmm…. me thinks, I can handle that. In fact, I was already washing our clothes in cold water and I had some experience […]
Back by popular demand, another homemaking vlog. This time: how to fold a bath towel, according to my dear Aunt Cass.
So far, we’ve discussed dejunking and organizing. The last part of Spring Cleaning is, of course, the obvious: CLEANING.
Traditionally, “Spring Cleaning,” is giving your home a good, deep scrubbing to get rid of accumulated dust, dirt, and grime. For many it can be the time to do seasonal tasks, such as washing the screens, vacuuming the refrigerator coils, and changing light bulbs.
This here’s the month to get cleaning! Want to come along? Last week we talked a little about dejunking. For many of us, it’s not the dirt and dust that gets us down, it’s the stuff. And I will hazard a guess that most of us have more stuff than we truly need. I know […]