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Forever Papers: Reducing The Clutter of Your Kids’ Papers

September 5, 2011 | | 8 Comments
robot kid drawing from flickr by daniel pape aka sendusout

Photo courtesy of Daniel Pape (c)

By Holly Shacklett

Everything my child touches is gold…

Kids bring home gazillions amounts of papers from everywhere don’t they?  And each one your child touches seems like gold. I know, it really does.  But it’s not.  Read More

How to: Artfully Display Kids’ Art

August 29, 2011 | | 4 Comments

By Holly Shacklett of Simply Organized

One way I am getting ready for the school year is cleaning up the display area for my child’s art.  Our display area happens to be in the playroom.

I created a simple way to display art with small Read More

Fall Garden Tips for a Worry-Free Winter

August 28, 2011 |
fall garden mums

Photo courtesy of Flickr contributor “InAweofGod’sCreation” (c)

My friends at STIHL and Outdoor Living Expert P. Allen Smith offer advice for fall gardening.

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – For a continuously healthy garden, it’s best to stay one season ahead. Throughout the autumn months, prepare for winter, and spare your plants from the oncoming cold by following these tips from STIHL and outdoor living expert P. Allen Smith.


·       If you live in a region where Read More

Simplify: Lunch Making Station

August 22, 2011 | | 2 Comments

If this is your first year for making school lunches, you might create a routine to help make the process go more smoothly.

My husband is a school teacher and Read More

Back to School Launch Pad: Out the Door with Ease

August 9, 2011 | | 4 Comments

Look at this fabulous launch pad! (Photo courtesy of

Holly Shacklett northwest arkansas organizing guru expert
This month Holly Shacklet of Simply Organized is doing a weekly series for us. With all the kiddos getting ready to get their booties back in the seats you might be feeling a little overwhelmed or underorganized (yep, that’s my new word for today). Holly is here to help with practical advice to use TODAY!

You can get your student out the door with ease every morning with a little help by setting up a Read More

Five Google+ Tips | A Social Media Guide for the Modern Mom

July 19, 2011 |

Google+ ( is the new social network created by Google which is like a combination of Twitter and Facebook. Some people are having a hard time wrapping their head around it so I’m here to give you five tips to help you wade into the pool that is Google+.
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Extreme Calendaring: the Full Contact Sport of Life

July 1, 2011 | | 9 Comments

Every family member is assigned a color. Each person 18 and older is required to update his or her calendar with travel, work schedules that change from week-to-week and anything that may affect my schedule. I enter my son’s school calendar with conferences, early dismissal days and school plays. I downloaded calendars with national holidays and Razorback football games, which really should be the same thing, if the world were just and right.Read More

Genius Summer Lawn & Garden Tips by the Month (Guest Post by P. Allen Smith & Stihl)

June 24, 2011 | | 8 Comments

Summer is a great time to enjoy your garden but brings its own challenges. When the heat arrives follow these tips from STIHL and outdoor living expert P. Allen Smith to keep your lawn and garden looking perfect all season long. Read More