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Your 12 Month Organizing Plan

The start of a New Year is my favorite time to make my 12 Month Organizing Plan, although truly, you can pick this baby up at anytime and get started.  The key for me is making sure it’s not too complicated. It can’t be so detailed that I’ll never get past the first step because I’ve bitten off way more than my packed schedule will ever let me to chew. And yet I need a plan just >> Read More

Why Your College Student Should Intern at Disney

If you are the parent of a college student, you know how important the right internships can be in opening doors for your young adult’s future.  Not only through the experience they will gain but the exposure to different environments and the opportunity to get on the radar of their dream company too. And if they don’t already have one scheduled for the summer, they may find it’s time to look ahead to fall semester or >> Read More

Why Goals are Better Than Resolutions

Welcome to your clean slate! 365 days to be your best self.  The question is, are you Team Goals or Team Resolutions!  It’s easy to see that I’m on Team Goals and this week is the perfect time to reflect and focus on the changes I’d like to make in my life and the goals setting I need to do to make that happen.  Nothing is off limits here. From personal items like health or wellness to >> Read More

7 Holiday Traditions Worth Your Time

I can’t believe Christmas is just 2 weeks away! And if you are anything like me, that means it’s go time for your favorite family holiday traditions to take place. But if you are tapped for time and want to make sure that the holiday traditions you choose instill in your children are worth your time and their memories year after year, then here are my top pick for holiday traditions that stick! Acts of >> Read More

My Favorite Teacher Christmas Gift

With kids from middle school through college, I’ve got years of helping our kids give what I hope are great teacher gifts. But truth be told, my personal favorite teacher Christmas gift has become a treasured family tradition. Teachers are the most influential partners parents have in raising children. Once your precious bundle heads off to big school, they spend more time at school ~ and activities as they grow ~ than at home which means >> Read More

What NOT to do on Halloween Night

I love Halloween! While I’m not a huge fan of the more gruesome focus that seems to be on trend right now, classic more cheerful Halloween decor and festivities are always in style. My fondness for this season surely stems from having delightful memories of my childhood Halloweens.  Determined to fill an entire pillow case, we travelled the neighborhood in packs of kids far and wide to reach that famed “full pillowcase” status each and every year.  Always a fun night >> Read More

Organize Your House with a Fall Checklist

Fall is here and it’s time for decorating with the color orange and baking with apples! And so it goes that with each and every new season, I love a fresh checklist to get me motivated and today is the day!  Now that there is no turning back to summer, the first full week of Fall is when I map out that plan to organize my home and our  Fall checklist is where I begin! As an >> Read More

Praying on Patriot Day

Do you know that today is Patriot Day? It falls every year on September 11th to honor the memory of those Americans who lost their lives on this day in 2001.  The day is marked nationwide with a moment of silence at 8:46 a.m, the time the first plane struck the World Trade Center.  American flags are flown at half-staff at the White House and U.S. government buildings worldwide. And citizens and businesses are encouraged to display >> Read More

How to Make an Emergency Kit

While September means all things back to school, sadly it also seems to bring some of the most devastating hurricanes all season long. And even though I live inland from the North Carolina coast, hurricanes on any part of the east coast often mean severe storms and tornadoes for outlying areas on the edges of those storms. Because I’m a girl who likes to do her research, my first and best resource for Emergency Preparedness Procedures come from FEMA >> Read More

A Mom’s Guide to Senior Year

If you are the Mom of a high school senior, the back to school fall of their senior year takes those “My baby is all grown up!” mixed emotions to an entirely new level.  While this season in their lives has always seemed so far away, this fall is when the grown up rubber meets the road and its game on for you to be organized.  Seriously.  Your GO MOM!® DIY Planner is likely already full of must >> Read More