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Organizing Moms

How would you like to find time to do the things that you love instead of spending hours upon hours on routine chores? Well, join this group, hang out and please post your challenges. Also visit My Organized Lifestyle for regularly posted solutions.

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Comment by Colleen (Smith) Garcia on November 4, 2009 at 7:38pm
Hey Ladies! I am so excited to announce that Clever Container now has TWO starter kit options. The National Sales Director has also put together a 3 minute video detailing all the general information about this great direct sales company that deals with organizing products for every area of your home, car, office, life!! Details and the video can be seen on both my blog and on my website. Check it out: www.CleverColleen.blogspot.com and www.CleverColleen.com Let me know what you think!! :-)
Comment by Candice Kahn on August 28, 2009 at 6:43pm
I found my mecca. Hi ladies!!!! I started a blog www.fashionablyorganized.com, I love organizing. So check me out.
Comment by Rachel Buhr on July 9, 2009 at 2:39pm
I am so happy to have found this group. I am an organizing fanatic. My son the other day asked to use my label maker so he could organize his Star Wars toys. I was so proud!

http://www.biglittlebrain.com - Educational blog for parents of preschool and elementary children.
Comment by Kim Kihega on June 9, 2009 at 3:55pm
Hi all! I'm new here to the organizing group. I'm Kim. I definitely need to work on my organizational skills. There is never enough time in the day!
Comment by Barby on June 5, 2009 at 8:16pm
I have been searching high and low for software that will comprehensively help me organize my family - schedules, cleaning lists, medical things, etc. (we have our own business, so it's an extra challenge). I found a couple of programs online but quite frankly they look cheesy. Please, does anyone have any suggestions??
Comment by SarahMcow on June 5, 2009 at 3:58pm
How do you organize the clothes your kids have grown out of? Boxes? Drawers? What's the best way to store them? Help!
Comment by Stacey Crew on March 28, 2009 at 12:32pm
Welcome new members!
Comment by Stacey Crew on March 26, 2009 at 2:48pm
Do you have tweens? Check out this blogposthttp://www.mombloggersclub.com/profiles/blogs/tweens-and-organization.
Comment by Stacey Crew on March 26, 2009 at 8:52am
Maintaining kids toys is a real issue. There are toys that age wise, they've grown out of, but continue to play with; you want to hang on to certain toys for the next baby; there are tiny, itty-bitty pieces ALL over the place. So what to do?

1. Contain--Placing items in a container helps to distinguish what you've got and how much of something. Put like items together in a container and no more than two categories of items in one. A container is anything that holds something, so a bookcase is a container, a dresser is a container. Be certain to leave some growing room. You don't want to fill a container to the top and jam pack clothing into a dresser. Leave room to grow and always eliminate something when you bring in something new...that helps to avoid clutter.

2. Rotate--Put half of the toys that are currently in your child's bedroom and/or playroom in large plastic, labeled containers. Place in the attic for the time being. Take them out in a month, fill the container(s) with the toys currently in the room, and voila, it's like a holiday! Your child has a fresh set of toys to play with.

3. Recycle--Consider taking "used" toys to a consignment shop or children's store where they give you credit for your items, which can be used to purchased more age appropriate toys. Or, organize a toy swap with friends (you can do this with clothing too!)

4. Reduce--For your child's next birthday, consider two things on the invitation: Requesting that instead of a toy, each guest bring a book. Or, have each guest bring a book that will be donated to a local organization (for example, the local Ronald MacDonald House). This gets children focused on reading and/or giving.
Comment by Melissa Smallwood, Multi-Tasking Mama on February 20, 2009 at 2:24pm
I'm going to repost an article I wrote for a website about organizing toys/kids rooms on my MBC page. Maybe it will be helpful to some of you!
 

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