The following guest post is from Anne Simpson of Authentic Simplicity:
source: Anne Simpson
Earlier this year, my husband and I moved into an apartment that was almost twice the size of our previous apartment.
While we loved the spacious rooms in our new dwelling, we were more than a little stumped by the lack of storage.
The old apartment had it all: a linen closet, a laundry room, lots of cupboards and a pantry in the kitchen, a walk-in closet in the master bedroom, medicine cabinets in each bathroom, and even a storage unit in the hallway outside! Our new apartment? Not so much.
The following guest post is from Mystie Winckler of Simply Convivial:
source: Steve Snodgrass
Did you make a resolution to get more organized this school year? Do you feel like a failure already?
I’ve cycled from organizing binges to circumstance-induced chaos, back to organizing purges and on again to self-discipline failures so many times myself that I’d really rather not think about it. In fact, often I don’t even want to think about another organization binge, because then I know something will bring on the chaos as soon as I’ve made significant progress.