Organization for Kids Bedrooms

A kid’s room is their domain. It is the one room in the house that belongs to them and most of the time they want to keep it just the way they like it. Unfortunately, that can sometimes mean it’s the least organized room in the house. Not to fret. There are lots of really […]

Moving A Mattress (INFOGRAPHIC)

(updated 4/7/17) Moving a mattress is one of the most important and tricky parts of a move.  The awkward shape makes it difficult to carry, pack and unpack.  Because they come in a few different sizes, determining if your mattress will fit in whichever vehicle you use for transport can be hit or miss. This is […]

The Best Way to Pack a Moving Truck

It’s moving day and you are just about ready to head out and start a life in your new home. Before you go, the moving truck will need to be loaded. This may seem simple enough, but there is actually a method to loading a moving truck. This method will ensure your belongings stay in pristine […]

Prioritizing Weekend Projects

If you just bought an older home or are just looking to revamp your current home, then you know that weekends aren’t always about gallivanting around town. They are probably filled with checklists of things to be fixed and home improvement projects. But who’s to say that those weekends can’t be fun too? Organize your […]

What To Do With Stuff You Don’t Want

Moving is the perfect opportunity to go through a “purge” of your belongings. But what’s one to do once you’ve decided what to keep and you have a pile of stuff you don’t want? With all the ways to donate and reuse most household items, trashing those items are not an option. So just what […]

Packing Planner: Packing the Bathroom

Making room for a  toothbrush and some towels may seem like an easy task, but there are more items to account for than you may realize. When packing for a move, many people often overlook the bathroom. Don’t make the mistake of assuming since this room smaller, that it will be an easier to pack. The bathroom is best left as […]

Dealing With Moving Day Stress

Whether it’s a day to dread or to be excited about, all in all it is a bittersweet day, it’s moving day. It’s time to pack, rent a moving truck, load, unload, organize, clean, return apartment keys, etc. Thinking of everything as a whole can definitely seem very stressful. Although what are some tips you can do […]

Child Proofing Your Home: 12 Tips for Parents

When I was pregnant with my daughter Stella Rose, I became obsessed with nesting and creating the perfect home for her. She is now a 1-year-old and I am still constantly re-arranging my home to eliminate safety hazards. It is my opinion that child proofing is a never ending responsibility. As your child grows so […]

Business Renovation Storage

Perhaps your business is growing. That’s great! Unfortunately, your office isn’t. Maybe you’ve had to expand as customer orders continue to roll in, which is great for business but not so great for your employees. Your old office space may start to feel like a cramped dorm room. Dysfunctional and disorderly, a business-office renovation may be your only solution to reorganizing and reclaiming your […]

Getting Ready for Baby: 10 Tips to Set Up a Nursery

Are you getting ready for your baby? Having a baby is one of the most tremendous experiences in the world but can be stressful if you are not prepared to care of your newborn.  To help you enjoy every precious moment with your baby– here are my top 10 tips for getting your nursery prepared. […]

Wardrobe Season Change

The sun is staying out longer. The days are getting warmer. If you live in a place where your winter boots are no longer a necessity, it’s time to start updating your closet with appropriate clothing. This means you’ll have to start putting away your heavier clothing that is taking up space in your closet. […]

Quick Unpacking Tips

Having moved many times and in many situations, only one thing has been a constant; the hassle of unpacking. It’s my least favorite thing to do and, based on how many people I’ve talked to who still have things in boxes years later, I’m not alone. With that little confession out of the way, I […]