Here are some crafty ways to incorporate fun into getting teens interested in being organized.
First let’s get your teens down to your recycling bins for some pop can pull tabs to make double closet hangers.
Have you ever wondered how restaurants have those gorgeous black boards with all the graphics on them? You can get those gorgeous fonts and graphics at home by following these simple steps!
Here’s what you’ll need:
Whether you’re going on a road trip, camping or sending your children off to college you should make sure that you or they have an emergency kit for those unforeseen circumstances. To make this task easier we’ve put together a list of items to help you put your kit together.
These are just a few ideas, if you have something that’s not on our list feel free to add it to our comment section!
When it comes to packing and moving a little TLC goes a long way to getting your belongings safely to your destination with less headache.
For a more extensive packing list visit: Camping Essentials List We hope you enjoy your vacation this summer!
It’s that time of year again, that “To Do” list is a mile long and it’s time to start crossing things off. Unfortunately, this task can seem very intimidating especially if you aren’t sure where to start or what to do. Here are a few ideas that our staff uses to aide them in their spring cleaning tasks.
LOVE is making that same cup of hot chocolate every month to a gentleman who beams beyond belief when his beverage is made for him with a left over candy cane in there for his “minty” taste. He pays his bill and grabs a candy from the desk top for the road. As he walks out the door with the biggest smile on his face, always repeating “I will see you next month girls, you are always so kind to me”, anyone can see he LOVES the little bit of attention and care. What did it cost? What did he get out of it? For us, it’s that tiny bit of pride that he left feeling the way he did…
Here are a few ideas that members of our staff use to organize in their own homes by using items that you have around the house or something you can purchase at your local Dollar Store!
Ladies! Are your bathroom counters ridden with various makeup and brushes? Here’s an easy way to organize without spending a large amount of money on trays and dividers! Grab a cutlery tray from the Dollar Store and put it in one of your bathroom drawers. You can use this to store your makeup and brushes, even your Q-Tips and cotton balls! This trick works great for your office too! Put the tray in your desk drawer and use it to store your pens, pencils and other office items.
When you’re moving everything is so stressful and chaotic. Make the move a little easier with these helpful tips.