Teens, Money and Graduation – Pathways to Organization
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With Mother’s Day this Sunday, I wanted to write a tribute to mothers everywhere. There is nothing quite as reverent, or so full of love or as wonderful as our mothers.
You are probably beginning to hear the phrase “Spring Cleaning” and wondering how it got started. I mean, who invented it?
I can’t believe that we have now traveled through 100 blogs together! I am so thankful that I have been able to write these; that I have a husband who is kind enough and smart enough to post these; and that you have been supportive enough to keep these blogs going.
“Simplify, simplify” is a quote from poet and author Hendry David Thoreau. And that simple word is probably the root of what we should be doing in our homes because Americans accumulate just too much stuff. We have storage containers piled high as well as overcrowded closets, attics and garages.
One purpose of this blog is to encourage you as well as give tips on how to live a more organized life. But one thing I know for sure: life continues to get harder, more complicated and somewhat overwhelming.
“The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread.” Mother Teresa
As we begin this Christmas season, I’d like to share a few tips from my new book, “12 Steps to Having a More Organized Christmas and Holiday Season”.
One thing I have learned in all the reading and preparing I do for this blog is that having a grateful heart – being truly thankful – will change your life.
As I write this article, there are only three weeks before Thanksgiving and seven before Christmas. For most of us, we can feel our blood pressure skyrocketing as we think of what is ahead of us.