. . . it’s not just for humans. t Thanks, Carla.
Do you have lots of jewelry that you don’t wear because you forget it’s there or my personal favorite you can’t untangle them? I will share with you some of my favorite tips to help you organize your jewelry.
- Slip your earrings into the holes of a button. This will hold your earrings will keep them matched up. Excellent for traveling. Bonus travel tip; thread your necklaces through the straw and hook the clasp.
- Add cup hooks to a wooden hanger or the bottom of a shelf.
- Radiator mesh from the hardware store can be cut and added to a frame.
- Towel bars are not just for the bathroom they also make a great place to hang necklaces when you can add hooks or rings.
- Pegboards are not just for Dad’s tools in the garage. They are perfect for organizing your jewelry.
- Do you want to hide your necklaces away? How about a using a picture on a hinge? Easy access for you and out of sight while keeping your jewelry organized.
- You might even use a thrift store mirror by the door. Then you can add your earrings just before you leave the house.
- Push pins on a bulletin board or T-pins in a foam core board. You can cover the foam core in fabric and pop it in a frame.
- Of course, you can always go with acrylic trays but thinking outside the box you can use deviled egg trays, ice cube trays or even dad’s fishing tackle boxes. (Preferably before they have been used for fishing.)
- Take an old drawer, turn it on its side and add hooks to the inside top and back for another out of the box way to store and organize your jewelry.
As you can see when it comes to organizing your jewelry there is no limit to what you can do or use. Let your imagination and creativity run wild. Now there will be no excuses for you to can find your earrings.
Better pictures this summer. Who would not want to do that? Am I right? I hope you find these tips amazing. Thanks to When Women Inspire.
You may be asking yourself how to take the best quality photos of your kids. Here are a few ways to improve those photos!
We have all heard the old adage….
Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue
I know you are saying what does that even have to do with clutter?
Think about it like this to help you gain control of your clutter.
Something Old for Something New
Every time you buy something new you have to get rid of something old.
Are you going shopping for new shoes? Donate or throw away one pair of old shoes. Look I know about shoes and our relationships with them. But Still.
New T-shirts – Old T-Shirt out, New shorts ~ Old Shorts out. Come on you know you are buying new t-shirts because the old one is stained, misshapen, faded or not the right size. Let it go.
OK try this one.
If you decide that you want to redecorate your kitchen from Roosters to Magnolia. Donate your Roosters to another hen house.
Technology is not exempt to this adage either. How about you need to upgrade to the latest iPhone 7.925? Donate, sell or give the old one away.
This applies even when before you go to the grocery store. Clean out your fridge. You will be able to see what you need to replace. You know you are not going to use that last olive in the jar that has been in there since you New Years’ Eve party. Nor are you going to use that last drop of Catalina salad dressing. Do you even like Catalina dressing?
Sometimes you can borrow what you need instead of buying it.
Here is a great example: My friend and I have a deal. She bakes a lot and I make homemade ice cream a lot. She keeps my KitchenAid Mixer at her house and I keep her Ice Cream Freezer at mine. When either of us needs it we pick it up from the other. I don’t have to store that big heavy mixer that I hardly ever use and she doesn’t have the garage space to store the Freezer. So it works out perfect for us.
Maybe 1 or 2 times a year you need a card table. You don’t need to own and store a card table. You need to borrow one. I suggest you take a picture of the borrowed object with the borrower. (Evidence) This will most always assure you get your property back without any problems.
If you cut down and control your clutter by trading something old for something new, using something borrowed instead of buying new, you will not be blue.
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Outstanding thoughts that I had to share with you all.
Get moving as soon as possible, a big sign in depression is when you lose all activity, when you feel so down, you have no desire to be moving and when you go down this road, you are losing your way, it does not matter what activity you do, but you must occupy your time.
Organise your day.
Form a routine and keep to it, organise your life,most people who suffer from depression have no schedule or routine in their life. It is important to keep a schedule going during your day, include your lunch time, hobbies and computer time, you are maybe thinking that when you are down the last thing you want is a scheduled day or to plan one, this is the main reason why you should.
Empty your mind of all negative thoughts, these will not help you to solve problems, or…
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I am surviving summer with lemonade. Fresh cold lemonade. Who doesn’t love a cold lemonade? My recipe is simple so you can make it any time you like. Ingredients: 3 lemon juices 1 liter water A bunch of fresh mint leaves ½ tea spoon Stevia sugar Directions: Mix everything together. If you don’t have ice […]
When Life gives you Lemons ~ Make Lemonade!!!
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Do you plan on driving this summer? Duh ~ Of course, you do.
Are you going on a driving vacation? You really must prepare your car before loading up the family and heading off into the wild blue yonder. This post may not be sexy but if you have ever been on the side of the road with kids, pets, and parents you really will appreciate the words of wisdom. If you haven’t, you really don’t want to have stranded roadside memories.
Ditch the junk in the trunk – Clean the clutter out. You will need all the space you can for the kiddie gear. Plus extra weight means lower gas mileage.
Power up – Did you know that your battery could leave you stranded in the hot summer months? The heat and overcharging can shorten the life of your battery. Heat causes battery fluid to evaporate, which then damages the internal structure of the battery. A malfunctioning component in the charging system, usually the voltage regulator, allows too high a charging rate, which will eventually destroy a battery.
Kick the Tires – Do you really want to have a flat tire on the side of the road? Properly inflated tires are important to both your fuel economy and to the life of your tires. Don’t forget to check the spare if you have one.
Remember that you can check the tread by taking a penny and insert it upside down along your treads. If you can see the top of Lincoln’s head, those treads are dead and you need new tires.
According to Edmunds.com even if you have sufficient tread but your tires are older than say six years you may need to replace your tires.
Carmakers such as Nissan and Mercedes-Benz who tell consumers to replace tires six years after their production date, regardless of tread life. Tire manufacturers such as Continental and Michelin say a tire can last up to 10 years provided you get annual tire inspections after the fifth year. The Rubber Manufacturers Association says there is no way to put a date on when a tire “expires,” because such factors as heat, storage and conditions of use can dramatically reduce the life of a tire. Here’s more on each of these factors.
How To Determine the Age of a Tire
The sidewall of a tire is full of numbers and letters. They all mean something, but deciphering them can be a challenge. This Edmunds article about reading a tire’s sidewall goes into greater detail, but for the purposes of determining the age of a tire, you’ll just need to know its U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) number.
Tires made after 2000 have a four-digit DOT code. The first two numbers represent the week in which the tire was made. The second two represent the year. A tire with a DOT code of 1109 was made in the 11th week of 2009. To read all the details go to http://www.edmunds.com/car-care/how-old-and-dangerous-are-your-tires.html
Check the Juice – You can easily check your fluids like coolant, motor oil, and windshield washer fluid also. I recommend you take your vehicle and have the oil changed and checked out by a professional before you begin a car trip.
The future is so bright you need shades – Purchasing a $10 sunshade that keeps sunlight from coming in the windshield can reduce fading, drying and cracking inside your vehicle, and keep you cooler when you sit down behind the wheel. If you happen to live in Arizona you will find that a sunshade is necessary. Believe me, you don’t want to sit on a leather seat that has been baking in the sun. We really can bake cookies in our vehicle in the summer.
Preparation is a key to handling the harsh summer heat. That certainly beats being stranded in the heat. But if this happens make sure you have signed up for a roadside assistance program. Your cell phone provider may offer roadside or there is always AAA.
Failure to plan is a plan to fail. A little organization goes a long way. What are your summer plans?
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You always provide me with a compass.
You were always looking out for me and my best interests. Plus you taught me to look beyond the boundaries and reach for the stars.
No matter how many miles away from home I go, I take with me the many lessons you taught me. Thanks, Dad! I’ll always be you little girl and you will always be the first man I ever loved.
Happy Father’s Day
Many times you will ask where do you start?
Follow your nose. If it smells you gotta deal with it.
Start by doing all your dishes. Washing all your laundry. Clean out your refrigerator
Now you can start to organize.
Take everything out of a cabinet. Sort into 3’s
Keep, trash and get rid of.
By the way, don’t donate trash.
See it’s really not that difficult to Bee Organized.
How did you do?
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This applies to so many aspects of life.
The way your kid cleans their room vs. the way your mom cleans your room.
Clutter? Shove it in a closet or sort it.
Papers? Easy to toss in a pile but eventually, you will have to do the right thing which is they need to be filed away.
Pantry? Can’t find the peanut butter that you know you have so go buy more…. No, organize your pantry. Save time and money.
Clothes? Don’t lay them down – put them away.
You get the idea….
Do the right thing even when no one is watching. Pretty soon it will be the easy way.