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Do You Need A Family Organization Refresh? Here Are Six Small Ways You All Can Feel More Organized

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I have always felt the month of August offers a great opportunity for renewal. It must be the back-to-school mentality that I never grew out of–the one that to this day makes it difficult for me to walk down a school supplies aisle without wanting every marker, pen, and notebook. “You have 100 unused notebooks at home!!” I tell myself, as I reach for a new planner that will CERTAINLY get my life on track. Whatever the impulse may be, I know I am not alone in wanting to refresh, renew, and re-organize this time of year. In particular, I...

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Fall Pillows That Can Transition to Other Seasons

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The best fall pillow covers to use in multiple seasons + where to buy them and how to mix and match fall throw pillow combinations. Call me crazy… but I’m not the kind of gal who particularly loves to spend money on a decor item that limits me to its use only 2-3 months out of the year. If I’m going to drop $20-40 on a fall pillow, I want it to ALSO work on into winter, spring, and summer. Maybe because I have a throw pillow addiction and enjoy lots of options…. but maybe also because I don’t love...

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Best 22 Storage Squares

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  1. Rubbermaid Commercial Products Rubbermaid Commercial Products BRUTE Square Bin Storage Container without Lid, 28-Gallon, Gray (FG352600GRAY) Handle drains holes in handle allow water to drain reducing risk of bacteria build up Stackable storage containers stack securely for efficient use of space in homes garages sheds closets or at a business High strength resin constructed for highdensity polyethylene resin for commercial grade strength Secure lid lid snaps tight keeping contents secure within Ribbed construction reinforced ribbed bottom allows product to be dragged without damage Ergonomic handles userfriendly grip handles decrease potential for back injury and finger strain Heavyduty storage...

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How to Make the Most of A Limited Space

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Living in a limited space doesn’t have to mean you’re confined to uncomfortable quarters. You can still feel comfortable as possible. Then, what you have to do? Well, the answer is to make the most of the space you have. Even, you can take advantages of your corner spaces. There are some ways that you can do. First, you can think to make the most of your limited spaces as a functional space and do double duty. For example, as a home office, laundry room, reading nook, entryway, etc. You can also use your limited spaces as storage spaces. You...

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Downsizing with Style

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Deeda Blair - River House in NYC  Many of you may recall the gorgeous home of Deeda and William Blair on Foxhall Road in Washington, DC. Billy Baldwin was their interior designer. They bought it in the late 1960's. William Blair was the first director of the Kennedy Center and a former ambassador. When they downsized forty years later and moved to an apartment in NYC, these wonderful chinoiserie panels made the move. Above is the entryway in the NYC apartment.CONTINUE READING »

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