*Guest post courtesy of WOW 1 Day Painting* The master bedroom usually has the largest closet in the whole house, which is good and bad. It's good because there's a lot of storage space. It's bad because that storage space tends to get filled up with disorganized piles of clothing and other items that can quickly turn it into a disaster. But taking your closet from disaster to master doesn't have to be as difficult as it seems at first. With some planning and organization, yo
*Guest post courtesy of Jefferson Chandler There’s no doubt about it – the kitchen is the hub of every home, and one of the most important appliances in any kitchen is the fridge. Fridge space is valuable – and if you have a family with a hungry teenager or two, you know exactly how valuable that space can be. But what can you do if the fridge you have isn’t providing the space you need? Upgrading to a larger fridge can be expensive. And depending on the layout of your kitche
*Guest post courtesy of You Move Me Moving is one of the most stressful and expensive things anyone ends up having to do. The amount of time and coordination that it takes can make anyone feel like any mistake is going to be catastrophic. The good news is, nothing has to go wrong. It doesn’t take much more time or effort, but a bit of extra planning and preparation goes a long way. Your peace of mind is paramount, and the best moving experience is only a few checklists away.
Would you like less stuff and more joy in your life? Want to rid yourself of 200 "I won't even notice these are gone" items from your home? I don't mean by the end of this year. You could do this by the end of January if you put your mind to it. Imagine one of your new years resolutions to clear clutter completed in less than 30 days! Every month in 2016 I posted a checklist of easily purgable items to remove from your home. I also posted a monthly video that showed examples