Do you want your planner or bullet journal to look artsy or preppy or bohemian but you aren’t an artist? I have always wanted my planner to look cute as well as organized but I have poor handwriting and am not an artist. I have found some super easy ways to make my journal look amazing without having to draw myself.
Do you ever look at that mountain of laundry and wonder why we have so many clothes? I always want to know how to organize dresser drawers so I can fit more into them and not have a giant mess when we pull one shirt out.
A couple months ago I finished folding and went to put it away in the kids drawers and realized I couldn’t fit everything in. I knew it was time for a major overhaul of the kids drawers. I knew there were various systems and I needed a way to fit more clothes so I googled how to organize drawers and found all these motivating ideas.
This is a sponsored post with Jenny Life Insurance and BraVoMark. All opinions are mine.
Here’s a little piece of my past, I used to work in the insurance industry. I worked in New York and Atlanta for a major insurance company. Therefore, I am a little obsessive about our policies. I have known for a few years that we needed to update our life insurance policies.
Toy Bin Labels can be your best answer if you are struggling to get your kids to help clean up their toys.
Do you ask your kids to start picking up and they look at you like you are speaking a different language?
Want a new way to stay organized? Are you making multiple to do lists? Here is a weekly planner I came up with to help me keep up with all my tasks and assign them to different days of the week. I love having a week at a glance sheet to print out each week instead of having multiple to do lists.
Are you making to do lists but not able to prioritize the items as well as you need? Want to write something down on the day that it needs to be completed? Enter this new printable.
Have you ever picked up a kid for carpool and the mom asks to put the sports bag in your trunk and you freeze? If you open your trunk you know it will be super embarrassing but you have to do it. With all of our sports bags, outdoor chairs and blankets we need every weekend, just adding in one or two school bags makes our trunk look unorganized and messy. The trick is how to organize your car trunk and have it stay organized.
I went online to check out how all the super organized moms in the world keep their trunk looking great. Here are the 7 best organized trunks that I found.
I do not want to trip over my boys cleats anymore. We have some built-in shelves for them but they always end up at the bottom of the steps where they sit to take them off. My husband is threatening to throw away all the toys in the garage if we don’t tackle our problem with sports equipment storage.
I researched some ideas of how to tackle all our soccer balls, cleats and tennis rackets and get it all under control. Why reinvent the wheel? Let’s see some ideas of what others are doing.
Where is the sunscreen?!?! I am floundering around while trying to keep my 5-year-old from jumping in the water before I apply it. We all know that once they are in the pool you can’t get them to come back out.
I try to start out each summer with an organized pool and beach bag but by the end of the summer it is a disaster. This year I am using all the tricks I can find on the internet to keep all our necessities contained.
Do you ever think, “if I trip over one more backpack on the floor I am going to freak out”? I wish so badly that we had a mud room. It seems that if I had a mudroom everything would be magically organized. We need a space for backpack storage in our house so I have turned to the internet to brainstorm ideas.
Having the diaper station all organized and ready is one of the final steps to preparing the nursery for a new baby. All the diapers lined up and little sleepers ready to keep your little one all comfortable and sweet.
Your diaper changing station is command central for all your baby essentials. It not only has to be pretty but needs to be functional too. Pretty quickly you find out that keeping the diapers in a drawer just doesn’t work when you have a diaper blow out or a little boy who has decided the cool air when opening his diaper has made him need to “go” now. Everything needs to be accessed with one hand.