No matter how many options there may be for storing and organizing clothes these days, everything can pretty much boil down to one of two options: shelves or drawers. Whether you’re designing a new custom closet, or just trying to pick out some new bedroom furniture, the shelves/drawers decision is one you’re likely to […]

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  If you, like us, live in a state where the winters tend to get pretty bad, you might not be sure what to do with your garden when the weather starts to turn. Some plants just aren’t made for the winter, but some of them are, and either way it can be hard to […]

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  Having more than one kid in a house tends to lead to some organizational troubles, but perhaps nowhere is this more true than in the bathroom. A bathroom with more than one person is already pretty hard to organize, but when kids get involved there’s a whole new level to what has to go […]

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  Sure, by now we probably all know how much help a good decluttering can be. But one question tends to linger: when, exactly, should we start doing it? We’ve all been there before; we let stuff build up in our rooms over time until we can’t stand it anymore, and then the great purging […]

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  Even under the best circumstances, two siblings sharing a bedroom can be…trying. There never seems to be enough space for both of them, and it always seems like everyone’s stuff is getting lost or being misused in some way. This can go double for things like flu season, when two kids in a confined […]

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  If nothing else, 2020 has reliably shown us exactly how many different roles our homes will fulfill. At various points it’s been an office, a restaurant, a movie theater, a classroom, and probably some combination of them. While some of it hasn’t been all bad, actually – cue all the memes about taking work […]

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  This school year has been a particularly turbulent one, no matter how old your kids may be. Confusion over how long schools will be reopened, difficulties adapting to virtual/distance learning, and the feeling of uncertainty we all have has come together to make 2020 a difficult year for students of any age. College students […]

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