Decluttering Kid’s Toys Without Tears

So both of my children have way too many toys, in my opinion. So many, that some toys don't see the light of day for months. So their technique is to pull out every toy even if they have no intention of playing with it. The problem comes when it's time to clean up all… Continue reading Decluttering Kid’s Toys Without Tears

Laundry Systems

Does laundry seem to pile up in your home so fast that you can't seem to keep up? What is a person to do with all those dirty clothes? Push them under the bed or in the back of the closet? No! Well one way you could eliminate spending a full day doing laundry is… Continue reading Laundry Systems

Children’s Art Display Ideas

So if you are like me, you probably have saved almost every art project your child has created in school. ┬áThat's A LOT of paper! Over time, you could be looking at a huge pile of artwork. Now, you don't want to throw it away because what if, two months from now, your little one… Continue reading Children’s Art Display Ideas

20 Back to School Morning Routine Tips

If your kids' back to school morning routine makes you feel like you are in a whirlwind, here are some simple tips your family can incorporate into your back to school morning routine. 1. Use a school uniform calendar 2. Keep a morning routine schedule posted in several areas to keep everyone on track (use… Continue reading 20 Back to School Morning Routine Tips

Back to School Morning Routines – School Uniform Calendar

For some children, school begins in less than a week (August 1st for one of my children). It's now time to start thinking about school schedules and morning routines for the little ones. Your child(ren) may wear school uniforms or be lucky enough to have some freedom in their choice of clothing. In my household,… Continue reading Back to School Morning Routines – School Uniform Calendar

Family Packing Tips for an ADHD / ADD child

So summer is in full swing. If you haven't already taken a family trip this summer, you are possibly bound to do so before a new school year starts again. Your family may already have the perfect place already picked out for your summer vacation trip. The only problem you now face as a parent… Continue reading Family Packing Tips for an ADHD / ADD child

Meal Planning – Kitchen Organizing (4th Post)

Hopefully, with the 4th of July holiday, you had an opportunity to take inventory of the food products in your kitchen and/or pantry. Congratulations, you should now have a complete printed view of everything (either on an app or paper) you have purchased in the last few months. Pat yourself on the back because this… Continue reading Meal Planning – Kitchen Organizing (4th Post)

Meal Planning (3rd Post)

The next step in the meal planning process is to inventory your kitchen. What?! Yes, Inventory. In some professions, taking inventory is a major part of running a business. It helps a business know how many products are available to sell to a consumer. The same concept can be applied toward your kitchen. If you… Continue reading Meal Planning (3rd Post)

Meal Planning (2nd Post)

Ok, by now, you should have made a decision on the length of time you will meal plan for your family. The next step is to gather your family together and write down a list of everyone's favorite meals. Include your favorite meals for breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner. The list can include meals that… Continue reading Meal Planning (2nd Post)

Meal Planning

It's now summer break and most parents are anxiously trying to figure out what to feed their children for breakfast, lunch and dinner. When the kids were in school, maybe the only thing you had to worry about was dinner because your children ate breakfast and lunch at school. You often might hear these words… Continue reading Meal Planning