Ever wanted to be one of those parents who seem prepared for everything, even an impromptu party? Now you can be. This list of must-haves covers everything from snacks to paper supplies.
A lesson that can be applied to pretty much every area of life: If you don't point out a flaw, most people will never notice. However, there are a few things you can do to keep your house looking clean, so when company comes calling, you won't go into panic mode.
If you -- like us -- are tired of side-stepping baseball bats in the garage and dodging balls when you open the closet door, it might be time to do a little organizing of the sports equipment. The mesh bags and peg board come in especially handy.
How To Motivate Your Child To Participate In House Chores
All the "surefire" ways to organize, manage, and store your children's things are only surefire if you have a daily (hourly?) cleanup routine that you, your spouse, and your children follow.
Organizing your home -- especially when you have kids -- can be a real challenge.
For many of us, the separation between home and car has
blurred. Cars have become our rolling offices, kitchens, study
spaces, and playrooms combined.
You just dropped off two huge garbage bags filled with clothes, books, and old glassware to your local Goodwill, yet your closets are still stuffed to overflowing and there are piles of CDs and papers everywhere. What to do? Attack with purpose and an organized approach.
Have you ever planned to make an elaborate meal but, upon spying your cluttered kitchen counter, opted for takeout? We have. It's not tricky to hide your many appliances, however, and create some counterspace. Start by thinking "vertical."