Have you ever procrastinated on something for SO long… only to realize it took you 30 minutes to finish… and you wasted way more than 30 minutes putting it off day after day after day?
Yeah, me too!
It’s no secret that I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE pumpkin. I’ll try pretty much any food made with pumpkin, and there’s a fairly good chance that I’ll like it.
However, since our kitchen isn’t ready for cooking or baking just yet, I figured I’d share a bunch of delicious pumpkin recipes from around the web… all in one nice, organized spot for you 🙂
It’s THAT time of year when everyone is looking for volunteers, committee members, etc. etc. If you haven’t been bombarded with these requests yet, it’s bound to happen some time in the next month.
If you’re already feeling overwhelmed and over-busy, keep reading for some encouragement and motivation to “just say no”!
If you’ve ever thought about working as a Virtual Assistant, you’ll want to check out today’s post. I’m sharing a brand new eBook that’s filled with tips and ideas to starting, managing, and growing a successful VA career (and I’m interviewed in the book!)
There’s also a 25% discount code for anyone who purchases the eBook in the next 3 days!
Did you ever notice that simple, organized living isn’t necessarily the easiest thing to achieve? It takes discipline, diligence, and determination to create a simple, more organized life/home/office/etc. But it’s worth it!
Today I’m sharing some of my thoughts on simple, organized living… and I’d love to hear what you think.
10 Months — Nora is officially in “double digits”, and honestly, I can’t believe how much she has changed since last month. Looking back over the past 10 months, I would say that we’ve seen more changes this month than any other month!
In an effort to simplify our lives while living without a kitchen, we decided to use all plastic bowls, plates, cups, and utensils — yes, they are recyclable! However, one of the kitchen items I simply could not replace with a disposable alternative was a good sharp utility knife.
I’ve been using the new Wüsthof Utility Knife all summer, and I’m excited to offer 2 lucky readers the opportunity to win this knife and a new knife sharpener!
News flash: Our new kitchen cabinets arrived (in the right color this time) and they are installed!! Praise the Lord!
We still have a ways to go, but just for the fun of it, I’m sharing a couple sneak-peek pictures today!
Now that your kids/grandkids are back in school, there’s a pretty good chance your home is about to be inundated with lots of artwork, projects, and special drawings that you just HAVE to save forever and ever! Right?
Wrong! If you’re looking for ways to display your kid’s artwork and reclaim your fridge, here are 7 “off the fridge” ideas to get you thinking.
Dave and I both hate feeling rushed, we hate being late, we hate forgetting anything, and we hate being unprepared… so we’ve always been huge advocates for planning our mornings the night before.
And thanks to a brand new (programmable) coffeemaker from Hamilton Beach, our morning routine is just THAT much simpler!
I talk a lot about the planner I use… and about my free Daily Routine Printable. However, I’ve never shared how I use my Daily Routine Printable along WITH my beloved planner.
So today, I’m sharing my simple system and how both of these items help to keep me organized.
I feel like this time of year is the worst for dinnertime distractions. There always seems to be someone at the door, someone on the phone, someone throwing a temper-tantrum, etc.
So today, I’d love to know how you deal with dinnertime distractions, as well as any tips you have for avoiding them!
I don’t know about you, but I’m ALWAYS itching to clean out my house once Fall rolls around (not only the clutter, but the dust-bunnies too). And even though I enjoy cleaning, I also like to keep my cleaning supplies simple and organized 🙂
If you share my love for simple cleaning supplies, you’re going to love today’s giveaway from Unger and Target.com!
Today I’m sharing a fabulous guest post from Amy Lynn Andrews of BloggingWithAmy.com. In 8 SIMPLE steps, she’s going to walk you through how to start up your very own blog!
If you’ve ever thought about starting a blog (or a website), you’ll definitely want to read today’s guest post!
We started our kitchen renovation exactly 3 months ago… and we’re STILL not finished. Our goal was to be completely finished by Labor Day, but that obviously is not the case.
So why on earth are things taking so long?
I’ve mentioned (more than once) that we pay ALL our bills online and don’t get any paper statements. And every time I mention this, I always get questions as to how I keep track of all our different usernames, passwords, and other login information.
Well today, I’m sharing how I do all of that with the free services provided by Manilla.com!
I talk a lot about how we save money by keeping our pantry and freezer stocked with extra meals, snacks, baking supplies, cereal, chips, etc. etc. We have a nice-size pantry area downstairs… and honestly, I’d be lost without it!
However… I personally feel like there’s a point when enough is enough and a stockpile becomes “excessive”. Today, I’m sharing my thoughts on excessive stockpiling.
In my experience, the “4th quarter” is often the time for a big business boom. Kids are back in school and everyone’s looking for the latest and greatest ideas for holiday gifts.
Today I’m sharing 3 simple strategies that have helped me boost 4th quarter sales… and I’d love to know if you have any other ideas.