4 Tips for Keeping Your Home Organized During Coronavirus

Yesterday, May 14, was my birthday.  Since Corona restrictions are easing up, my exciting birthday outing was to the pharmacy for a prescription refill of allergy medication.  Woo-hoo! Considering pollen abounds and I’ve been miserable without this pill, I was quite excited to hop a bus, albeit be-masked, to run this errand.  A shirt withContinue reading “4 Tips for Keeping Your Home Organized During Coronavirus”

“My house was clean. Then the kids woke up. The end.”

I love these snarky memes.  One would never know upon waking the house was straightened the night before.  I have photos to prove it and they aren’t Photo-shopped.  My bright-eyed bushy-tailed 2 and 5-year-olds are mini-tornadoes that can transform any orderly space into a disaster area.  But hey, they’re kids and I’m thrilled they haveContinue reading ““My house was clean. Then the kids woke up. The end.””

De-cluttering a Hot Spot

“A hot spot is an area, when left unattended will gradually take over. My favorite analogy is of a hot spot in a forest fire, if left alone it will eventually get out of hand and burn up the whole forest.  This is what happens in our homes. If left unattended, the hot spot will growContinue reading “De-cluttering a Hot Spot”

How to Speed Clean Before Shabbos

OK, it’s Thursday night again.  It’s almost Shabbos.  I want the house to look worthy of the angels who are accompanying my husband home from shul on Friday night.  What must I do first?  Second?  Stressing or panicking will not accomplish anything.  Not productive.  Must be productive.  My method is based on Flylady’s room rescueContinue reading “How to Speed Clean Before Shabbos”

De-clutter De-clutter De-clutter

Just in case you were not sure of the topic of this post, it is on the topic of de-cluttering. Both in ‘real life’ as well as in cyberspace via Facebook groups, I hear people discuss how desperate they are to get organized.  I hear so many women bemoaning how difficult it is to keepContinue reading “De-clutter De-clutter De-clutter”