Emptying the dryer goes so much faster when you don’t have to stop to hang wrinkle-prone clothes!
My overarching strategy for all organizing projects is “Simplify, Routinize, Delegate,” and Jess of Tiny Leaf Studio did just that with her craft closet.
In my latest post at Babble Voices, I talk about how easy it can be to forget about your fundamental needs even as you walk down the path toward a full and happy life. And one easy thing you can do to adjust course.
Polymer clay (such as Sculpey and Fimo) has everything going for it: it’s inexpensive, widely-available, versatile, long-lasting, easy to use, easy to clean up, and open to endless interpretation.
Yesterday’s live talk at The Motherhood may have been an even bigger inspiration to me than to the attendees. Here are the highlights.
I stumbled onto a recipe for Mark Bittman’s Blondies over the weekend, and I hereby dub it The Perfect Recipe for a New Baker.
Does your paper to-do list get too unwieldy? Do you get overwhelmed by “home” to-dos cluttering your list while you’re busy with work? Here’s Hillary’s practical solution.
Most of us relish the idea of a little mad science with the kids, but then we run into the reality of gathering the materials and finding the space to work. Undaunted (and motivated by her daughter’s love of science), Michelle set out to solve this problem.
There are many good books and online services that can help you get organized. But if you’ve tried them without success, consider bringing in a partner — either a friend or a pro.
Hallway not included. Photo credit: Rookie Moms/Heather Flett via www.rookiemoms.com Heather of Rookie Moms made her own wrap-style baby carrier (which she refers to as her Fauxby). And you can, too. Really, you can. While her version did involve a bit of sewing (hemming the edges), she says the no-sew version works just as well. […]