If you missed the episode, don’t worry, TLC will play it again! Look for the episode titled: She’s going to jail! You can also read an article about it in The Columbus Dispatch!
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January is Get Organized month. It is a top resolution but sometimes hard to start. Start small with just a kitchen drawer and feel good about getting it done. Remember organizing principals; keep like things together close to where you use them and give yourself a little room to grow.
Guess which celebrity also did!!
“My New Year’s resolution is to get rid of some stuff because I bring it in and I can’t get rid of it.”
Hint: She has played both a boxer and a man for different roles!
Spend some time in your kitchen. Make everything that you can make ahead. A cookie exchange is a great way to maximize your time in the kitchen and a cookie baking party is a fun way of enjoying friends and family while doing a holiday chore. Also, remember to get plenty of sleep and eat as healthy as possible during all of the festivities! Eat, sleep & be merry!
Decide on your menu and start a grocery list. Remember to include any pot lucks you are attending. Also, group errands together by location.
Keeping up with the times means keeping even your apps organized. I’m going to give you some of my favorite apps each week so that you can get rid of those lists and go digital!
OurGroceries is the simplest way to keep your grocery lists instantly synchronized on all the smartphones in your household—and it’s free! Now nobody can say that there is nothing to eat!
Organizing is a marathon, not a sprint!
I usually turn the tv on to the Olympics before the opening ceremony and don’t change the channel until the torch goes out. If you are like me, use this time to get some organizing projects done throughout the house. This will make the time go faster and your projects seem more fun.
Do you have a big project? Break it down into small steps. Schedule short, consistent appointments and keep the appointments until, before you know it, the project is done. The anticipation of the project is usually worse than the project itself.