Have you ever wondered, “Why you should get organised?”
Over time I have either used the excuses below or have heard them from other people who are putting off getting organised:
- Getting organised is too hard!
- I just can’t seem to get motivated!
- Where do I start?
- I don’t have the time!
Have you ever felt like that?
Listed are 5 good reasons for getting organised anytime of the year, it doesn’t have to be Spring to spring into action or the New Year to make a fresh start! The goal is to find your why and to start from there. Below are my top 5 Reasons:
When we think of Spring, usually Spring Cleaning comes to mind.
Though it is not spring where I am at the moment, the weather is nice and lets face it you can Spring Clean anytime of the year.
So what is spring cleaning? It is traditionally where you give your home a thorough clean. When you are doing your spring cleaning routine I think it is important not to forget to include your laundry. Yours may not be a high traffic area but (more…)
I strongly believe that kitchen organising is important. The kitchen is one of those rooms where everyone gets together with family and friends to spend quality time nourishing our bodies. If you are unable to find what you need, when you need it or if the item is hard to get to, you will probably end up making poor food choices. In my opinion you don’t need a large kitchen with a big pantry and lots of expensive organisers to be organised.
Here are my top 5 favourite kitchen organisers: (more…)
Let’s talk laundries.
I’d love to share with you how I gave my laundry a temporary makeover. I don’t know about you but one of my household chores I hate doing is laundry! When it was just hubby and myself it was ok. Then we had our two babies that was ok too because I just loved clean cute baby clothes. Well today those two cute babies have turned into teenagers with a mountain of washing, ironing and folding.
Renovators delight, have you found yours? We certainly have.
We found ours in December 1996 when we made the grand decision to buy our humble little home. This house was built as a basic 2 bedroom, lounge, one bathroom, sleep-out, front and side verandah. What more could a newly wed wife want? (Please, no need to answer that question…The list could go on and on and on… Lol)
After some research we found it was built in 1927 by a local builder. Back in those days the brick layers, when building chimneys, would place a coin with the year it was built. We found ours under the mantel piece in the kitchen. (Did you find yours?)
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