Organizing Theory & Artistry

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Use What You Have Organizing: Kids Office Makeover

Use What You Have Organizing: Kids Office Makeover

One of the biggest complaints I read about organizing blogs is that all they seem to do is ask you to buy more stuff. It is true that sometimes strategic purchases will give you a huge boost in your organizing efforts but organizing also takes […]

How I Spent My Summer Blog Vacation

How I Spent My Summer Blog Vacation

When I look back at summer 2015, this is the picture that describes it best. That moment at the swimming pool when I was incapable of capturing even one more shot of my adorable baby smiling, my children progressing in their swimming lessons. It has […]

Summer To Do Lists for Kids

Summer To Do Lists for Kids

Most of us find that summer goes by far too quickly. We get to the end of summer and wonder where our “break” went. We slide into fall grumbling about how we don’t get enough time off or we didn’t do what we wanted to. […]

My Favorite Proportion Lesson this Year

My Favorite Proportion Lesson this Year

“When are we ever going to see that baby?” a friend recently inquired. Yes, my new baby is here! We added a wonderful, healthy son to our family. Even with three other children, it is hard to remember how tiny newborn babies are. Our whole […]

Ruly Bookshelf: Polarity Bear Tours the Zoo

Ruly Bookshelf: Polarity Bear Tours the Zoo

With snow on the ground and temperatures chilly, it seems only appropriate to review a children’s book about polar bears!  Polarity Bear Tours the Zoo: A Central Park Adventure was a gift from the La Jolla Writer’s Conference.  Author Sue de Cuevas is a retired […]