In Part 1 of this series, we looked at our finances at the high-level. We took a snapshot of our current financial picture, and examined where our money is going. Then, we identified our priorities going forward, and made sure we were protected with appropriate […]
When I was a kid, I organized my candy before I ate it. These days, I alphabetize my spices, and arrange my books and clothes by colour. I describe myself as a wannabe-minimalist, and I’m at my happiest when I’m decluttering and organizing.
If that hasn’t scared you off, here’s a taste of what you’ll find here:
- decluttering tips, including a giant list of more than 191 things to throw away;
- advice on organizing and simplifying your finances and your digital life;
- 2 rules I swear by; and
- simple habits that go a long way to create an organized home.
Some of my most popular organizing posts include:
- 9 Time Management and Organization Tips for Working Moms
- 8 Simple Habits for an Organized Home
- How to Manage the Invisible Mental Load of Motherhood
- 191+ Things to Throw Away
- Kids Clothes Management: How to Keep Up
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