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 […]

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. […]

Prepping Your House for Sale

I have spent the last three and a half years making my current house into a home for myself and all my guests, but the time has come for me to move on and sell my first home. So I think to myself, and I imagine others do too, “Where do I start?” The first […]

Five Tips to Get Rid of Clutter When Downsizing

There are many reasons for downsizing. Some people are moving to a smaller space to save money, others are moving into a smaller space after their children have left home, but whatever the reason the one thing that stays the same is downsizing means a smaller space. And that smaller space means you’ll likely need […]

Who is a Moving Help Provider?

Mo·ving Help Pro·vi·der noun A self-employed, labor-only mover who goes through the Moving Help Provider verification process and completes the required classes to participate in the Online Moving Help Marketplace. Moving Help Providers come from various professions.  Some work full-time in the moving business while others work part-time when they are not working as a […]

Checklist for Cohabiting Couples

You’ve been friends. You’ve dated. Now, you’re ready to—gulp—move in together. Cohabiting is a big step. It might not seem like it since you’ve probably spent the majority of your time at one or the other person’s home. But, joining your living arrangements can create some stressful situations you might not be aware of if […]

Organizing and Storing Linens

Is your linen closet a disaster? Do you have piles of wadded-up sheets and towels hanging off the shelves with set-in wrinkles? It’s probably time to go through your linens, fold items properly, and put them away so that they don’t attract dust, silverfish or moths. Organizing your linens will also save valuable closet space […]

3 Options to Organize and Store Photos

Photos often hold great sentimental value. Even though you may not have enough table space to display all of the pictures you love, you still want to hold onto them for decades, maybe even your whole life! What is the best way to store photos? In this post we will share the best ways to […]

How to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Even though winter is almost over, some areas are still experiencing freezing temperatures, snow and ice. With the combination of extreme cold and wind chill, the winter months are especially hard on pipes. Even the smallest of cracks in a pipe can cause your home to flood in a day, but with careful preparation you […]

5 Tips for Decluttering Before a Move

Decluttering before a move can save you time and hassle, not to mention money. It can be an emotional process though, especially when you are already going through so much change. I’ve found that many times I hold onto things, not because I want them, but because it’s just hard to let go of an item that […]

How to Store Sports Equipment

Fall sports are starting to wrap up. My son just played his last fall football game, and his friends are finishing their fall soccer and volleyball seasons.  I realized many years ago that gear is usually good for more than one season if properly cleaned and stored. If it’s just tossed in the corner of […]

5 Tips to Keep your Home Organized

Summer is winding down and hopefully, with our help, you were able to spend your summer getting organized with our summer organization series. After your takeover, you’re probably feeling  productive and proud of yourself, as you should be! It’s important not to throw all of your progress by the wayside and keep it up! To […]