Join me this fall at Pomegranate Books for a four-week workshop series designed to provide practical tips and strategies for organizing and loving your home.
It’s that time of year here in Wilmington, NC: backpacks, school supply lists, shopping for clothes and shoes, and a new school year ahead.
Here are five tips for getting your family organized and out the door with everything they need to face the day.
Whether staging your home to sell or creating a home you love returning to each day, the front porch is an important feature that often goes overlooked, especially if you use a garage or side entrance rather than the front door. The front porch is the greeting point for guests and if you’re selling your home, the chance to make a good first impression. If your front porch is in need of a little pick-me-up, try one or all three of these quick and easy updates.
After years of living with pets and struggling to keep up with the seemingly endless amount of fur shed each day, I discovered five sanity-saving tools to keep our home from becoming one giant dust bunny.
Poor garages, they’re kind of like that dog that’s never allowed inside and just has to sit outside and stare in as the rest of the family carries on about the day.
Show your garage a little love by using some of my favorite tips and tricks for making this hardworking room a part of the pack.
If you are craving a more peaceful kitchen environment, be on the look out for these five clutter culprits.
If you are more than ready to shed the dreary days of winter, here are three simple ways to welcome spring into your home without breaking the bank.
What happens when downsizing becomes about much more than clearing the clutter?
Check out this simple bathroom upgrade that took our guest bathroom from Builder-Grade to Custom-Made. In honor of Valentine’s Day, this post is dedicated to our house: thank you for being a place of refuge and restoration.
The space in which we live should be for the person we are becoming now, not for the person we were in the past.
~Marie Kondo, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up