Hey there! Yep, that’s right I’m diving into the One Room Challenge again! This will be my fifth time to participate and I’m excited! I guess I’ve done it enough times that it really doesn’t stress me out anymore! Haha! If you’re unfamiliar with the ORC please follow the link and check it out. And then, follow the links at the bottom of the post for loads of decorating and DIY inspiration from all the others participating in the challenge!!
Well, we are one week into our “No Spend September” and man oh man has it been a challenge!! All the awesome Labor Day sales were a real temptation! But, I stayed strong and stayed away! Yay me! I did make a trip to Ikea with my daughter-in-law when we were in St Louis visiting, but I only bought two pillow covers, and I spent my cash allowance. 🙂 Today, however, I’d love to talk about one category of our budget that has always been a stumbling block…food.
Hey friends!! I realize the last time I posted it was a Frazzled Friday post…two weeks ago, because well, tiling is hard. Haha!! But today we’re talking about a subject that I always have mixed emotions about – back to school. Are you ready??
I’ve been doing a lot of decluttering around here. Maybe you’ve been following along. Maybe you’ve joined me! This week we are working on clothing. As I got ready to get started cleaning out my closet I decided to do a little research on an idea that I’ve been hearing about for a while on the interwebs. Capsule Wardrobes. Have you heard of this concept? I was intrigued but what I had heard, but I needed a little more information.
Hey there friends! Have you joined our declutter challenge?? If you have then you have been hard at work decluttering your kitchen this week!! I hope it’s going well!! It’s never too late to join! You will start where everyone else started. 🙂
Remember the focus of this challenge is to get the clutter out. But, once you do that it might be fun, and honestly probably a great idea to implement some sort of organization. It doesn’t have to be fancy. It just has to work for you and your family.
Over the years I have shared a few kitchen organizing ideas. So, I thought I would round those up for you here today. (You may have already seen these in the email, but there’s a little something extra at the end ;)).