My husband saves receipts-all of them! Even though there is a digital record of almost everything he purchases, he still holds onto those receipts until he's sure they won't be needed and can be shredded. Now, I'm all for saving receipts for large ticket purchases or even for inexpensive items that . . .
Once the walls had been painted, the furniture given makeovers, and decorative pieces put in place, it was time to organize! Since this room is used both as my craft space and our home office, I needed to find efficient ways to blend the two. I started by clearing out every drawer in the room. Every . . .
I'm sharing another thrift store find makeover that I'll be using in our home office/craft room makeover. In keeping with the peacock color palette, this Lazy Susan got a makeover using chalk paint and peacock adornments. . . .
The implementation step of my three steps to reaching a goal is obviously the most daunting, but once the goal has been met, it's definitely worth it! I set out to reorganize my home office and turn a messy closet into a craft supply storage space. I had to do a thorough job of sorting, . . .
I've been busy this week sorting through things my home office/craft supply closet. I managed to clear out the entire closet. While reorganizing my craft supply closet, I decided I wanted to create some decorative holders for various things. I didn't want to spend any money though. The best part is . . .
The quest for a more organized home office/crafting space continued today. After I finished with Step One yesterday, I was ready to tackle the piles of stuff that I had moved out of the closet, drawers and shelves. It's a good thing I have a pretty large landing just outside of the office door! . . .
What's behind the door? Sometimes, it's good to just shut the door and forget about what's inside. That only works for so long though and then it's time to do something about what's behind that closed door! One of my early goals for this year is to reorganize my home office/craft storage room. . . .
Do you make resolutions for the New Year? I think it's a better idea for me to simply be mindful of changes that I need and want to make rather than saying "I resolve to..." The new year is a great time to do some self evaluation, some reflection and some goal planning. With that in mind, here's my . . .
With the end of October approaching and our fall crafts prettily placed throughout our homes, it's time to start planning for Thanksgiving. Getting a head start on shopping is something that makes the day stress free for me. Procrastination just doesn't work for me. My husband and I are so happy . . .
Normally for work I am supposed to wear business business attire but every once in a while when I have a meeting to attend, I like to kick it up a notch. After losing 45 pounds, I have new found confidence in dressing up and picking out clothes. I used to never wear pencil skirts but now they are . . .