I’m a problem solver. So anytime I’m dealing with a frustrating issue, I try to find a solution. I’ve had several frustrations pop up this week. Rolling Grocery Cart When I was unloading my grocery cart this week, the cart
It’s funny how often we deal with the same inconveniences over and over when they could SO easily be solved with just a small change. Here are four examples from my own life: 1. Clothespins. We have a small box
Hot Spot: an area of your house that collects clutter. Usually a flat surface that starts out fairly clean but ends up covered with clutter. We all have hot spots in our homes – even the most organized of us.
“Doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results is the definition of insanity.” Have you ever heard that? It’s true. But I’m amazed at how often I do it! Lately I’ve been frustrated with my schedule.
My favorite kind of purse or bag is one with a center divider. It keeps my stuff organized and orderly. But . . . all the purses I’ve purchased recently have had center dividers that were flimsy and floppy and
About 15 years ago a friend shared this problem solving process with me. I liked it so much that I wrote it down in my planner and have referred to it many times since then. See what you think. Identify
Organizing isn’t just about pretty drawers and clean desks. It’s also about function. If something in your space frustrates you, it needs to be fixed. Here are some examples from my home: Our laundry room is in the basement and
Today’s article is shorter than usual because what I have to say is profound but so simple it doesn’t need much explanation. Here goes. If something isn’t working, FIX IT! Don’t live with it unless you don’t have a choice.