Planning Period for Moms

Organize your Wardrobe

With the seasons changing you may be gearing up for cleaning out your closet.  Take some extra time to organize your entire wardrobe with these tips from Psycho With 6. 

Organizing the Kids’ Bathroom

The kids’ bathroom can be a place of choas! Do you struggle to keep your children’s bathroom neat and tidy? Dr. Melanie Wilson has a wonderful post about how she organized the bathroom that her 6 children share. She shares tips on how she organized the closet, toiletries and wet towels on the floor.  

Organization for Homeschoolers

  If you have been homeschooling for any amount of time I’m sure that you have a lot of supplies.  Trying to figure out where to put all the things you are saving for next year, the next child or even the stuff that you need for this year can be quite the task. Susan […]

Organize Clothes for the New Season

Now that Spring has arrived (or will be arriving soon) it’s time to start switching out clothes.  Do you need some help getting your closets organized? Wendy shares 4 tips for helping you get your closets organized for the warmer weather.  

Typical Homeschool Family

One thing that is really awesome about homeschooling is that there is one way to do it. We have the freedom to choose what works best for our families and it doesn’t have to look like anyone else.  With this in mind I know you will enjoy reading What Does a Typical Homeschool Family Look […]

Organize 365 Ebundle…Don’t miss this one!

This is the bundle you’ve been waiting for. Organize your entire life all in one place! This bundle has everything from cleaning to working at home. I’m super excited. Let’s get organized!! The All Organized – Organization eBook Bundle is available March 24th until April 7th for only $20. That’s a savings of $133! So […]

Easy Meals to Feed Your Family

Weekly Meal Planning Printables

Cleanup Blitz Cards: a FREE Parenting and Housekeeping Tool

Do you find it a struggle to balance homeschooling and housekeeping? Make clean-up quick, sickness easy and FUN with these FREE printable Cleanup Blitz Cards from Upside Down Homeschooling. These cards are a great tool for developing housekeeping skills and a spirit of stewardship within your child. Visit Upside Down Homeschooling to download your FREE […]

How to Look Organized When You’re Not

If you homeschool it’s hard to get away from clutter. School papers, books, projects, games, toys to keep the little ones busy, not to mention all the normal stuff that has to be dealt with outside of schooling. Keeping a neat house is hard work but it doesn’t have to be. Baskets may be your […]

Help Your Children Keep Their Rooms Clean with Toy Rotation

Do you struggle with getting your children to clean their rooms?  Rotating their toys may be the answer!  By limiting the amount of toys your children have available at one time, ailment you limit the mess.  An added bonus is that your children may discover how awesome a toy is that they rarely played with […]

Character Badges…a unique way to instill Biblical values

Do you sometimes struggle with consistency and organization when it comes to training your children? I know you shook your head or even shouted a hearty “amen.” It’s something all parents struggle with. Life happens and we let things slide. If you find yourself hoping for something that will help you stay on track, I […]

Getting Your Kids Excited About Spring Cleaning

Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be a dreaded chore. As the saying goes, “many hands make light work”. Get your kids involved in such a way that they are happy to help and watch as the job gets done in record time! Read tips on how to get your kids excited about Spring cleaning at The […]

Keeping Up With Housework When You Homeschool

I don’t know about you, but I find that homeschooling leaves my home in a state of nearly continuous disarray. I have to be very intentional about staying on top of it. Check out this great tips from Trisha on Keeping Up With Housework. You are sure to find something helpful. Looking for more great […]