Happy Earth Day! Today we join in on the worldwide celebration to reflect on our environment and shed light on how we can become better stewards of the world around us. By making small changes in our lives, we can help our communities and reduce our overall impact on the environment.
After the cold winter months, there is nothing like the simple joy of decorating with floral arrangements. Their beauty and fragrance can brighten up a space and leave you feeling cheerful and optimistic about the day ahead.
The key to an organized new year is a new calendar. Am I right? Because without a family calendar to keep track of soccer practices, art classes, and other extracurriculars, our household is in absolute disarray!
Like many, every year we climb up in the attic and pull the color-coded plastic bins of Christmas decorations down and prepare for a weekend of holiday decorating. However, what I’ve started to realize time and time again, is that how we store and put away the decorations at the end of the previous season will make or break us the following year.
Staying organized isn’t always as easy as it sounds. Between keeping my kids on schedule and making sure dinner is on the table, the inside of my cabinets can often look like a tornado has swirled through.