Like 3 Retweet 211 Google +1 0 Pin it 0 Hello, friends! I hope your holiday preparations are going well. I've been on a surprise writing hiatus. "Surprise" because I didn't plan for it, even though it has been just what I needed. Hanukkah has begun. Not long ago, I turned in the first draft […]
The best Thanksgiving hacks to help you plan ahead for a relaxed, nourishing holiday.
Like 0 Retweet 11 Google +1 0 Pin it 0 I HATE buying small, overpriced packages of anything. Because of this hack, the money I save on dog food will pay for the fancy pet food storage bin I now keep in my basement. I admit, I'm feeling pretty pleased with myself about this one. […]
Like 22 Retweet 11 Google +1 0 Pin it 2 I love "new uses for old things" -style tips. The cheapskate declutterer in me can't resist a) reusing an item I already have and/or b) avoiding buying another "unitasker" which will eventually make its way into the giveaway pile. As I've been sifting through the archives […]
Golden’s hack helps her kids learn to better manage their time.
I associate my kids’ first week back at school with a return to routine and a predictable span of hours to work and think. Much as I’m sad to see summer fade, I think: it’s easier during the school year.
But it isn’t. At least not right away.
This could work well over a kid’s desk to stash art or homework supplies. OR as a charging station for the family’s mobile devices.
Like 0 Retweet 6 Google +1 0 Pin it 0 No more April anxiety! Let's get our taxes organized NOW while the work is fresh in our minds. What's your best tip for organizing your tax paperwork? Please leave your tips + links in a comment here or share on Twitter (I'm @parenthacks) or Facebook. Like […]
Like 10 Retweet 20 Google +1 1 Pin it 3 This post is sponsored by Goodwill. "I might need it someday." That, friends, is why decluttering is a constant challenge even though I wrote a book that celebrates decluttering. Calling it an excuse might be a bit harsh. It's a reason, and it seems like […]
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