The “clean your room” struggle is one that wears a mom down. Sometimes, I thought, it just isn’t worth it. Let them bury themselves under all their stuff.
One of my simplest safety tips: you don’t have to babyproof everything early on, but getting it done before baby gets mobile is ideal.
Now, several months later, I have the clarity to reflect on downsizing. Here’s my list of what’s working and what needs work!
These simple fixes could have prevented the amount of damage done to our home and saved us thousands of dollars on repairs.
To say I am sold on gardening would be an understatement. I love it! It’s relaxing, fun and a great opportunity for me to make an additional contribution.
Now-many articles, videos and painters will tell you that you should paint in a “W” pattern on the walls. I have never done that.
Now that you’ve made the big decision, it’s almost time to paint. But wait! First you need to make sure you have all your painting supplies!
Limited living space, combined with the fact that our toddler won’t play with toys in his actual room, I often look up to find a sea of toys and books.
It isn’t uncommon for me to wake up and decide I want to paint a room. I love transforming a space with just a gallon or two of paint!
I never knew what country to call “home,” and I finally decided when I was in high school that home would be wherever my parents are.