More stuff does not equate better living; it is only more stuff. Freedom from the stress of stuff is found in these three steps to gain a simplified life.
With this infant travel checklist, you will remember all the important items for your kid and be able to take your trip with confidence.
Being busy isn’t all that it is cracked up to be. Take inventory of your life. Find what is most important and weed out things that don’t make the cut.
Having an organized life can reduce stress, but being frustrated with others who are not organized can increase it. You are only responsible for yourself.
Life gives you natural opportunities to let go of things you don’t need or want anymore (moving, births, visitors, etc.). Use these as reminders to purge.
If you are planning to have a yard sale this spring or summer, here are some useful tips to show how to prepare for a successful yard sale.
Organizing isn’t about perfection, and it should change as time goes on. Adjust your expectations about organizing your home, office, or life.
The summer can be a relaxing time, but also stressful. Perhaps now is a good time to either set priorities or revisit ones you have already considered.
Many people resolve to “get organized” in the coming year. How many times have you made that resolution? How many times have you stuck with it?
“My family wants to come over for the holidays!” I dread this each year. Here is some advice to help you prepare for your holiday planning.
Sometimes in life, we just need to gain a fresh perspective. When we change our circumstances, it often changes the way we see things.
Like with these Olympians, many of the things you and I do in our lives just takes practice. We can improve our organization like an athlete.