The old saying that haste leads to waste is true. Speeding to work can cause a costly car crash. Jumping into a purchase without much forethought can mean money lost. Any hastily made decision should be avoided, if at all possible. Having a disorganized home will cost money in the long-run. Have you ever forgotten where you put your bills? And then you’re late paying them? People lose a screwdriver and then have to buy another in its place. Food goes bad when there is too much of it in the fridge and on the counter, and you can’t find that dang tomato! Keep things simple by being organized. When things are organized, very little goes to waste.
These summer organizing tips were brought to you by our friends at Current. All opinions are my own.
It seems like it was just Winter; here it is the end of May, but we had snow a couple of weeks ago! Somehow, we are now in full blazing hot and humid Summer weather. And Summer officially doesn’t begin for another four weeks.
Summer means we spend more time outdoors, and less time inside doing the mundane jobs around the house. By starting your summer organizing now, you can have extra time to do the outdoorsy stuff – gardening, biking, swimming or taking a short vacation. Add in a few useful home accessories, and the task is even easier.
I have a confession to make. I am a messy person. As much as I don’t want to admit it, I really am. To keep everything from falling down on me, and to be, y’know, like a regular human, I participate in some cleaning shortcuts. That’s right!
Here are some of my Housekeeping Tips
Make your bed in the morning. This is mainly to prevent myself from going and climbing back into bed every day, but yeah. Make your bed and get ready for the day!
It’s Back to School time again, and you know what that means. The kids – they’ll be somewhere else for a good part of the day!! It also means that everyone needs to get organized and on a schedule. Tiny Prints is here to help.
Tiny Prints has all kinds of great ideas and products to help get ready for Back to School.
Mom Contact Cards – These are like business cards, but for moms. You can add any info you want, like your kids’ names, your email address, and a phone number. Give them to your kid’s teachers, so they can easily contact you if an issue arises.