Whether it’s over spring break or a long weekend, you quickly realize it doesn’t take long for your kids to go stir-crazy in the house! Outdoor activities are always a quick relief, but what do you do when the weather isn’t cooperating and indoors is your only option? – YOU GET CREATIVE! We put together some fun indoor-activities to keep the kids entertained. Some of these can even be transferred to outdoors as well when the sun finally decides to make an appearance!
You just walked in the door from work — time to make dinner. As you walk over to the pantry the perfect dinner idea pops into your head: pasta. Easy, quick, done. Then you remember: your pantry is a disaster. You’ll be lucky if you can even find a box of mac and cheese in the swirling vortex of canned goods and non-perishables. Deep breath. We have some pantry organization tips to help make your food-prepping efforts less hectic.
The weather this spring has been a little gloomy, so brighten it up with some colorful, fun DIY spring crafts. Rainy spring days or lazy weekends call for crafting some fun, creative projects that let your kids’ minds run free. We’ve found some easy, not-so-messy DIY spring crafts that celebrate spring colors and warmer weather. Take a quick trip to a craft store and rally the crew to get started on your spring decorations.
What’s better than starting spring with a newly clean house? It’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the little tasks that pile up. All you need to do is prioritize chores and set time aside to focus on the tasks at hand. With our tips, it’s easy to prepare your home for spring with an efficient spring cleaning checklist.
Spring is finally here. It’s time for warmer weather, brighter colors and beautiful flowers. However, this also means it’s time for spring cleaning. We’re not talking about scrubbing the floors on your hands and knees, just a simple reorganization to help declutter your life.
One of the most important places to start is your closet. Think about it: not only do you have to make room for your spring clothes, but if you start with your closet, you’ll have some extra storage space when you reorganize the rest of the house. To make this process easier, we’re going to give you some helpful tips for easy closet organization. Ready, set, clean!
Decorating your table for each season doesn’t have to be an expensive endeavor. When you use inspiration from nature and choosing colors you love, tablescapes will come alive and impress your guests for all types of gatherings. Simple changes like adding small accents for holidays or swapping out accent colors will help you stay on-theme for festive parties. Break out your DIY supplies and take a stroll outside to prepare for seasonal DIY tablescapes!