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The other day, a friend invited me home for an impromptu dinner after we both ended up working overtime on a Friday night. My house always needs a thorough round of cleaning and de-cluttering before guests come, so I expected her place to be equally messy when we reached there. But to my envy and surprise, Laura opened the door to a clean and sparkling home that spoke volumes of organized living.
I dream of having a clean house and hence, could not restrain myself from asking her how she managed to maintain her house so clean, knowing that she was also juggling two active school-going kids, a demanding 9-to-5 job, volunteer work and much more. This is what she said. (more…)
There are more than a few ways you can handle your kid’s room to make it more inspired and better organized. Using your imagination can really get things looking great, but in the end it should be your kid and their personal tastes that matter since they will be the ones inhabit the room for extended periods of time. The tips of this article will provide you with a few ideas you can use, but in the end the creative process will be entirely in your hands, so don’t disappoint your kids with poorly thought out solutions:
• One of the first choices you will need to make will be involved with the colors of the walls and ceiling of the room. Using softer colors, such as lavender or similar shades since they will promote better sleep and study environment.