No one, absolutely no one, considers decluttering their old cans of paint is anything near fun. Most people put it off until they have sold their home and need to get that paint out! I highly suggest that this task is put on your To Do List. Set a date and dream up a great reward for yourself when it’s done. Your future self will thank you and, best of all, it’s not difficult! (Click on Read More to continue)
Looking for advice on how to plan, pack, and organize a move? Here are my top eleven tips learned from experience.
1. Identify what can be packed in advance of the actual move day. These would consist of seasonal items, artwork, specialty cooking appliances, yard tools, specialty tools, and crafts - anything that is non-essential. You may think you will miss them but you will be glad they were out of the way when moving day finally arrives.
June is a popular month for families to move. Kids are out of school and parents have time to settle the family in a new place before fall. The weather is fine – no considerations for snow and ice. It is also a good time of year to take stock of your life and consider a possible future move. This month’s posts focus on planning, packing and moving. Today we describe on how to plan ahead to avoid stress!
Carol Martin-Ward, encouraging practical ideas for easy organizing