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Babyproofing Hacks: 14 DIY Ways to Make Your Home Safer

Make your home safer without spending the big bucks with these easy, cheap ways to babyproof your home.

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11 Amazing Dollar Store Organization Hacks

Get through all those piles and curb the every day clutter with these clever (and cheap) ideas.

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Want a Better Night’s Sleep for the Whole Family? These Tips Can Help

“Create a space where you want your family to feel calm, relaxed, and peaceful. It should be clean and orderly, laying the foundation for a good night’s rest.”

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Add to Cart! Nursery Furniture & Decor Finds You’ll Want for Your Home

Need design inspiration for your baby’s nursery? Check out our top picks for classic & modern nurseries!

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5 Easy Tips to Keep Your Home Organized from a Professional

“I am also here to let everyone know there is no such thing as perfect but there is such thing as simple and easy when it comes to organizing.”

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How to Stay Organized While Being a Virtual Teacher

We could all use a little help these days. So I’m sharing my top tips for organizing your home to set up your kids (and you) up for success.

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Set up for School Success With These Kid-Approved Home Learning Ideas

“All of these thoughtful preparations will also start positively reinforcing that summer is winding down and a new season is starting—even if it’s going to look a little different this year than last.”

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JoJo Siwa’s Bedroom Is a Literal Candyland

The only thing sweeter than her colorful bows are the gumdrops on her walls.

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How to Get Your Kids to Help Clean Up

These five tips can help make tidying up fun so your child is encouraged to help out around the house—no matter their age.

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How to Teach the Art of Good Decision Making

How do you teach your kids to make good decisions? These 4 tips will help them learn how to make good choices, as well as help develop their confidence and independence.

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Top Hacks to Stay Clean & Organized Beyond Spring

This is how you keep things neat and tidy for more than a week.

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How to Stay Organized with Kids When You Live in a Small Place

Photo: Kristin Van de Water
“Where can I put this, so nobody gets it?” my daughter asked, holding the half-finished art project she was working on as I pushed three kids and my husband out the door for 8 a.m.…

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Clever, Organizational Hacks for (Almost) Every Room in Your Home

Life and stuff can be categorized, put in files and bins—but it takes effort.

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Marie Kondo Your Life with These 10 Genius Storage Solutions on Amazon

Check out our fave storage solutions that are totally KonMari-compatible.

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Marie Kondo Totally Changed How I Pack for Family Vacations

I like to think that I was a fan of Marie Kondo before it was “cool.”

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How to Baby-Proof Your Home Without Sacrificing Style

With these simple organizational and décor ideas, your home will be a comfortable and chic haven.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Shares High Chair Hack (When You’ve Only Got One Shot at Dinner)

The “Hamilton” actor has quite the parenting hack up his sleeve.

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How to Create Capsule Wardrobes for Your Kids

Seven steps for every kid’s closet.

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Top 10 Expert Tips from Seattle’s Best Organizer

Need to organize your kids’ clutter? Want to reclaim your living room? We’ve got expert advice on how to organize your home with ease and efficiency and tips on when to call in the professionals.

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7 Boss Tips for Baby Proofing Your Home Like a Champ

Whether they’re crawling, walking or just running, your little one will inevitably get into everything and anything within reach.

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How to Have a Stress-Free Holiday Season

The holiday season brings with it the joys of celebration, gift giving, surrounding yourself with the ones you love, and special hopes for a new year. If your holidays tend to be just as hectic as they are jubilant, maybe…

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IKEA Buys TaskRabbit. What Does That Mean for Your Furniture-Building Fun?

This new partnership is about to make your IKEA life less challenging.

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Don’t Wait for Mother’s Day! Celebrate You Every Day

I am so grateful to have a mother and to be a mother. I raise my virtual glass to every mother out there – it’s the most incredibly wonderful and challenging opportunity to have been given.
Some of us are…

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10 Steps for Transitioning Back to School With a Tidy Bedroom

Original article by Laura Gaskill on Houzz

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With kids having new schedules to learn and teachers to get to know, the back-to-school rush can feel chaotic after so many weeks of summer break. Having a…

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7 Style Ideas for a Study Space Kids Will Actually Use

Original article written by Shawn Gauthier on Houzz

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If you’re having trouble luring your kids indoors to finish their assignments, consider sprucing up their study area. It’s hard to make it as tantalizing as a…

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Ways I’ve Learned to Find and Choose Joy

First: People can relate more to your pain than your joy.

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Sometimes amidst the busyness and chaos of being a mom, we forget who we even are anymore. Being a parent means making sacrifices and…

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Ways My Family Uses Sticky Notes to Share the Love

My husband is a history teacher, Seinfeld aficionado and movie buff.  We spend an embarrassing amount of time communicating with each other through quotes.  Now that the girls have caught onto this general strangeness, we don’t just speak in our…

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These Easy, Stress-Free Tips Helped Our Family Move on a Budget

We are moving house and it is a logistical nightmare. We are shifting to our very first farm, which is 45 minutes from where we are currently living, and we are not hiring a removalist. When I think about shifting…

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How Marie Kondo Almost Ruined My Marriage

Photo: Kristopher Roller
(OK, that’s an exaggeration…she didn’t really almost ruin my marriage, but she did make me VERY twitchy and short-tempered with my husband for a few weeks.)
It started out innocently enough: One morning, my perennially messy husband…

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Organizing Saved me When Babies Ruled my Day and my Night

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We left our friends and family in California and moved to Seattle with a two-year-old and a six-month-old in tow. Without family and friends, I was lonely. Nighttime feedings made me perpetually exhausted. I was hormonal, overwhelmed and…

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7 Signs You’re Ready for a Bigger Home

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A bigger home is certainly one of the largest investments you’ll ever make, but it can also be one of the best investments. Before you upgrade your living quarters, you’ll want to know the time is right. No…

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My Son Might be a Mad Scientist

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Remember Doc, the white haired, mad eyed inventor from Back to the Future? The scene where Marty goes to visit Doc in his workshop and walks through a cluttered kitchen where a complex Rube Goldberg machine is…

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Tales from the Toybox: How De-Cluttering Taught My Family True Values

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I wade through a pile of clothes on the floor, Lego pieces hidden in fallen blankets biting into my tender feet as I try to unravel stuffed animals wrapped in old tshirts. My toy sword cuts through swathes of unused…

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10 Things to Get Rid of Right Now to Make Your Life Better

Sometime we just need a win towards our organizing resolutions! I am here to help you get a few things out of your home and just simply feel pretty dang good. So get ready and grab a box for donations…

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I Found a Love Letter in My Husband’s Drawer

Over the holidays, I committed myself to cleaning out the house; kind of like a spring-cleaning in the winter. The New Year was approaching, and I wanted to start a lighter, fresher more unencumbered year. And since there were closets…

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