We are in the process of moving houses and I’m super excited to have a whole room available in the new place to dedicate to a playroom for the kids. No more dress ups thrown across the lounge room and puzzle pieces hiding in the couch.
When it comes to having an organised home, half the battle is in the planning. If you have your home set up for organisation and order it makes it sooo much easier to keep it tidy and under control.
With the rising cost of property, we, like many families living in capital cities in Australia, live in a small home. Our house is a duplex and similar in size to a large unit, so making the most of a small space is essential.
Like a lot people who work from home, I don’t have a set “office”. Our home isn’t big enough for me to have my own room, or even my own desk set aside as office space so I decided it was time to create a portable office. Here it is…
For the first time ever, I’ve finally got a linen cupboard! It’s small and open but here’s how I organised it to make it functional and attractive.
When it comes to keeping the house under control it really is all about maintenance. These are five things that I find need to be done every day or the house turns into chaos FAST. Plus, I’ve reviewed the Dyson V6 Absolute… you’ll like it 😉
I’m super excited to be able to giveaway a fabulous Lego storage Brikabag to one lucky reader. Just answer the question below to go in the draw!
Today I’m partnering up with Sinchies to share with you their awesome food pouches. I use reusable food pouches every day with my boys and I’ve tried almost every one on the market. They are fabulous for saving money and knowing exactly what is going into your kids (or your own) tummies.
Are you sick of digging through your luggage trying to find what you need, only to pull out crumpled clothes and then not be able to fit it all back in? How would you like a perfectly organised suitcase with everything packed neatly and easy to find?
Last weeks Lego Storage: Ultimate Lego organisation ideas article was so popular that I decided to do another. This time, I’ve focused on Lego table ideas, specific Ikea Lego table ideas. Here are some fabulous Lego tables from Ikea (using a bit of creative hacking).
Has it been one of those weeks? You know, the ones where you barely have time to go to the bathroom let alone work out how to get your life together?! Yep? I know how you feel. This being a grown up thing is hard work! Here are my top 10 tips for staying organised when life gets busy.
Remember when weekends were all about sleeping until 11am and doing little to nothing? At some point, I think it was shortly after my first child ;), weekends became more about washing, groceries and changing bed linen. Fun times!
I seem to spend a lot of time on the phone. Often on hold! It seems such wasted time and it got me thinking about what I could multitask while I wait. Here are some simple things you can do while you wait.
One of the biggest barriers to a tidy and organised home, is what I call clutter “hot spots”. They are basically areas in your home that naturally accumulate clutter and easily become messy.
After many hours of planning, writing, editing and designing, I am SUPER excited to announce the launch of two great eBooks on decluttering and cleaning. Plus, for one week only they are super discounted!