"The word cheap gets a bad wrap. The actual definition of the word cheap is purchasable below the going price or the real value. However, cheap also describes when something is poorly made or has been done or gained using little to no effort. I find this unfortunate because, for most people, there is not much that is effortless about living within your budget. As I use this word in my writings, I want you at home to understand that there is nothing inherently bad with buying something cheap. BUT, you should be conscious of a couple of factors that play into deciding when it's important to invest, and when it's important to be like Queen Elsa and let it go."
When you have kids, maintaining a tidy home can feel like an uphill battle. You just have so much stuff to contend with (literally and figuratively)! There’s also the need to balance housework with quality time spent with your kids. But, who's to say the two are mutually exclusive? So let's talk about some ways to teach kids responsibility through organization.
"As a parent, I am constantly inundated with my kids’ stuff. So if I can help myself by simplifying aspects of what I like to call “mom-life”, I do it. Not only does it keep me sane, but it helps my family function better as well."
"Do you live with a pack of wild animals? Are you tired of being the only one decluttering and organizing your home? Do you feel alone on your island, floating in a sea of clutter and chaos? Have no fear. Here are five ways to whip your family into shape."
"A new season with new foods means the cookware used to prepare last season’s dishes is no longer necessary. Get in the spring cleaning spirit by packing these five pieces of cookware away, and make space for springtime eats."