Your son loves hockey. Your daughter loves princesses. You want their rooms to be practical, but also stylish and neat. How do you reconcile all of these desires? Well, we have created a general guideline for what is needed in your child’s room.
The Spring cleaning season is here! This is the time of year that many of us dig to the back of the closets and the bottom of drawers and decide what’s ready for a garage sale. Deciding what should go and what should stay can sometimes be a difficult decision. On one hand, you don’t want to sell something that you may need or want again in the future. On the other hand, you need to free up space in your home in order to stay organized and tidy. How do you decide what stays and what goes?
The temperature is starting to rise and playing in the backyard is finally an option again! It doesn’t matter if you’re young or old, there’s something satisfying about walking out your back door and having the great outdoors at your fingertips. It doesn’t matter if your backyard is small, medium or large, there are options to maximize this space and make it so that your entire family can enjoy it.
Spring cleaning checklist – When the first blooms appear on the trees and a warm breeze begins to blow, it is surely a sign that it is time for Spring cleaning. But for all the necessity of this ritual, for most of us, it is not a favorite endeavor. Poet Emily Dickinson once said of Spring cleaning, “House is being cleaned. I prefer pestilence.”
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