If you are like me and have a child in grade school you understand paper issues. Every day of school our children come home with a new form to fill out, art work, and worksheets. If you have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) you have more paper issues. If you have more than one child in school forget it!
Huffington Post interviewed Mindy on ways to store and care for your clothes. We include an excerpt below. Read the full article on Huffington Post’s Website Between ignoring your clothing’s Read More
When it comes time for spring cleaning we immediately think about our garages, basements and attics. But what about our bathrooms? If your bathroom is anything like mine it gets filled with half used hair products, broken eye shadow cases, medicines, various body lotions and so much more. Because the bathroom is the most used space in the house why not consider a bathroom spring cleaning day!
This recent article about an organized closet being displayed at the Met has me thinking a lot. Can an organized closet be captivating enough that others will want to see it Read More
July 9, 2012 – Mindy Godding
I love my home donation drop! It is the easiest, most impactful organizing system in my home. If you don’t have one I strongly recommend creating one. The steps are super simple.
With Thanksgiving behind us, the time has come to stop stuffing! Rather than stuffing garbage bags and already-overfull closets with clutter at the last minute, just before company arrives, devote Read More
It’s time to pull out your holiday decorations that were quickly packed away last year….what a catastrophe! If only you had taken some time to pack it in an organized Read More
Families with school-aged children will likely agree that keeping track of after-school sports and activities can be a real pain the neck. The activities change from day to day and Read More
These pictures say it all. I made this boring, ugly stool with very limited use and made it a storage spot for knitting, reading or even the remote control! Small Read More