Toy Organization By JB Organizing Remember the 5 Principles of Organizing Small Steps — Don’t try to organize the entire playroom or all the toys at once. Small Steps. One type of toy at a time, or corner to corner, top to bottom, shelf by shelf. Declutter — Get your 5 bins out: Throw
Pantry Organization by JB Organizing Quick Tips for Making Any Pantry More Functional Follow the 5 Principles of Organizing Small Steps — Start top to bottom, one shelf at a time. Declutter — Take all items out. Throw out expired items. Get rid of items that you didn’t even know were there. Condense — Put
Garage Organizing Tips by JB Organizing Remember the 5 Principles of Organizing Small Steps — Don’t try to tackle the whole garage at one time. You will get frustrated and give up. Instead, small steps — corner to corner, top to bottom, shelf by shelf, bin by bin. One small step at a time.
There are so many ways you can organize a bathroom. First, remember the Five Principles of Organization Small Steps – Break all projects into small, manageable tasks and write them donw. Declutter – Throw Away, Give Away, Put Away, File Away, Hide Away Condense – Separate items into categories and put all like items into
DONATION LOCATIONS AND IDEAS By Jennifer Barnes JB Organizing It is a lot easier to let go of things, when you know the items will be appreciated and used for good. Here is a resource listing organizations, by state, that work to combat homelessness and child bed poverty. Check it out! Look for organizations near you
You are Here!! Let’s practice being where we are……I know it sounds funny, but we are so busy and life moves so quickly that we are often not very good at just being in the moment. A friend told me of a great visual reminder that she had heard about in a message at
A MOM A MOM is wonderful. A mom loves. A mom cares for others. A mom cares for herself. A mom prays. A mom cuddles. A mom tickles. A mom smiles. A mom LAUGHS. A mom sings without thought of her voice, because her own little audience loves it. A mom changes diaper after diaper.
A beautiful day, everyone home, everyone happy, all the Windows were open……..You’ll never guess what happened! (A day in our crazy life!)
It was a beautiful July day and all 7 of us were home. The weather was amazing; not hot, but beautiful! All the windows were open and everyone was busy doing different things. Everyone was occupied and everyone was getting along. My husband was out washing the car. One of the girls was upstairs hanging
Thank you for your service!! Let’s show them how much we appreciate them this Veteran’s Day and beyond!!! Important! Please take time to read this and know that I would rather see us all take time to do the following project this weekend, instead of doing any organizing (that’s how important it is!!!!) Here is
ORGANIZATIONAL COMPONENTS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONTROL CENTER Components of your Control Center: Always in a High Traffic Area (where do you “drop” things – the mail etc.), File System, Message Center, Work Space, Calendar, To Do List, Wastebasket, and Reference Binder 1. Choose the location and the piece of furniture (table etc.) for your control