The balagan of 2020 has had me on a rollercoaster of emotions. It’s one thing to be flexible, but when every second is a potential fight-or-flight, its very unsettling It feels safer to be at home, insulated within the coziness … Continue reading Thoughts on Socializing in 2020
My family spent 36 days in quarantine. No, that wasn’t a typo. While not easy for anyone, I think it was most difficult for my teens compared to my younger kids. My teens are 13, 15 and 18 and their … Continue reading Quaranteening: Tips for Quarantine with Teens
My family has been in quarantine for 30 days. Of the seven of us, the four who tested positive have been officially “released” from quarantine and considered “recovered”. The three who tested negative for having been “exposed” to the rest … Continue reading Post-Corona Recovery: How I’m feeling and what’s changed
My family is on Day 20 of quarantine. By popular request, I’m writing a follow-up post to I’m Corona positive. What they don’t tell you and what to expect. Everyone has expressed concern about how I’m doing so here is … Continue reading I’m Corona positive. What they don’t tell you and what to expect. Part II #TheStoryContinues
I’m Corona positive. How did it happen? Who’s to say…the germ found me and invaded. I’m recovering, thank G-d but I didn’t think it would be like this. It’s not the horror story of symptoms we’ve been indoctrinated into fearing … Continue reading I’m Corona positive. What they don’t tell you and what to expect.
Show me a mom who doesn’t have kid drawings, photos, and other memorabilia piling up somewhere or multiple somewheres around the house. With much certainty, I can presume the majority of this stockpile isn’t organized. Ok, moms if you’re looking … Continue reading Got Kid Memorabilia? Scrapbook it! No Supplies? No worries. Here’s how.
WORD IS the rabbis are saying not to “go crazy” with Pesach cleaning this year. I can’t quote the sources so check with your L.O.R. (local orthodox rabbi) and what you need to do or not do. While I never … Continue reading Preparing for Pesach while being Stuck at Home with Kids. The Kitchen Part II
Hi everyone. I hope you are all surviving, managing, and coping given the restrictions of social distancing and other guidelines to keep everyone safe. Getting ready for Pesach has always been a challenge with its never-ending to-do lists and hard … Continue reading Preparing for Pesach while being Stuck at Home with Kids. The Kitchen Part I
Need home organizing or decluttering? Many folks around the globe have been sent home, quarantined, or otherwise been relegated to going nowhere. If you’re stuck at home and overwhelmed not only by the corona situation but by a cluttered environment … Continue reading Introducing VIRTUAL ORGANIZING & COACHING by The Klutter Koach