Plan to Eat Online Meal Planning Giveaway (2 Winners!)

I am a big believer in meal planning to help stretch your budget and your sanity! My method usually involves sitting on the couch, racking my brain for meal ideas, and then creating a grocery list based on the meals I plan. It's not a horrible system, but it's definitely not my favorite thing to…

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Spring Cleaning: Get the Junk Out Carnival
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Spring Cleaning: Get the Junk Out Carnival

Katie from Kitchen Stewardship is launching a Spring Cleaning: Get the Junk Out carnival this week! I'm honored to have been invited to participate, and I will be tackling the clutter topic in a few weeks. To be honest, I tend to be crunchy-lite (I just made that up...), and some of these topics --…

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Five Steps for Decluttering Your Kitchen

It's turned into guest post week here at Organizing Your Way. Thankfully, I wrote all of these posts before the start of what's turned out to be a very busy week! Today I'm also sharing Five Tips for Decluttering Your Kitchen as part of Kimi's Spring Cleaning Carnival at The Nourishing Gourmet. I don’t know…

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Task-Oriented Versus People-Oriented

My monthly column is up at The Art of Simple, and I'm talking about task- versus people-oriented personalities. Come on over and share your thoughts about your personality and how you find balance between your to-do list and the people you love! While personality tests and reading about personality types have been regarded by some…

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Question of the Day: Have You Filed Your Taxes?

With just a little over a month to go until Tax Day on April 15th (also the 11th anniversary of when my hubby and I started dating, back before Tax Day really meant anything to either of us!), I'm embarrassed to admit that I have barely even started my tax preparation. I'm hoping to make…

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Question of the Day: Using Technology to Get Organized

I'm sorry this wasn't up yesterday. We moved servers in the morning and then the day got away from me! We'll finish up our bathroom series next week. I've been reviewing the Palm Pre Plus over at Deal Seeking Mom for the past couple of weeks, and it's got me thinking... How do you use…

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Creative Organizing for Your Bathroom

Looking to get creative with your bathroom organization and storage? I've put some of my favorite space-saving and fun organizing solutions together below: Bathroom Storage Solutions 6 Drawer Organizer Tower - Frost & Chrome, $29.79 Better Living Classic Three Chamber Dispenser, $24.99 Organize It All White Hair Care Rack, $16 Large, Customizable Under Sink Storage…

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Decluttering & Organizing Your Bathroom

  This post was first written as part of The Art of Simple's Spring Cleaning Party last spring. I think it's worth repeating as we talk about bathroom organization this week: I think each room we tackle presents its own unique challenges, and the bathroom is no exception. Bathroom cabinets and drawers are often filled…

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7 Productivity Tips to Get More Done

I've already confessed that I'm not superwoman, and if you haven't yet read that post, I hope you will go read it before you read this one. I want to share 7 tips for getting more done, but it's important that you first understand that every choice we make in life has a trade-off value,…

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Saving for Infrequent Expenses and Financial Goals

Earlier this week, we talked about your best financial tips, tools for budgeting and the pros and cons of different investment options. Today, I want to take a look at some additional financial tools that may help you stick to your budget and save for financial goals. Creating Sinking Funds or Bucket Accounts Some people…

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