Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that.
~Norman Vincent Peale
These TV swivels are great because you don’t have to balance the game console on top of the TV! (No, we don’t have a flat screen yet)
It’s easy to limit our thinking to our physical surroundings we we ponder our “clutter”.
But what about the electronic clutter?
We are relying more and more these days on our electronic “friends” to keep us organized; computers, cell phones, pda’s. But how well can they keep us organized if we don’t keep them organized?!
Why is it that when someone thinks about organizing their home they think that they have to stick a lot of money into it in order to do it the right way?
When it comes to storage, there isn’t any right or wrong way of doing things or choosing the things you want to use. Sometimes a cardboard box works better than a plastic storage container, especially if the amount that is stored in that box changes frequently.
Here’s an idea of what I mean: Read more
I know there are a lot of you organizing nuts out there who are animal lovers like me. Have I got the site for you! Animal Town USA.
They sell al kinds of stuff by various artist, and everything has an animal or critter theme. There are boxes for organizing your trinkets, flags for your mailbox, jewelry, and a menagerie of wonderful houseware and gifts to admire!
Thanks for such a fun site, Animal Town!
Let’s start by defining clutter.
That’s what being a Rik Rak Sister is all about after all. I’m just making sure that we’re on the same page before we get to the meat of the matter.
Clutter – n. A confused or disordered state or collection; a jumble; a disorderly heap or assemblage; litter
That’s according to some on-line dictionary I found. But I don’t need to mince fancy vocabulary with you. Let’s get down to brass tax and say what it really means…
Clutter = all the crap that’s in your way. Read more