“I don’t know what I would’ve done without you.”
— Mrs. P. —
Busy and hectic lives oftentimes mean throw “it” in the cabinet wherever it lands. This results in hunting and gathering when “it” is needed. A small fix is the step-up shelf photographed here where we can clearly see what’s in the cabinet and grab and go when “it” is needed. That’s a time saver for the busy and hectic.
A few minutes spent on this drawer made all the difference in the world! That’s it! It took just 10 minutes to sort it and organize it. Using drawer inserts my client already had, see how much easier preparing a quick lunch will be! Easy! Simple! That’s living organized!
Tip of the Week
“Firefighters say piles of debris made the attempt to rescue the victim riskier and more difficult…”
… a sad but true headline. Don’t let this happen to you!
A house lined with towers of magazines and newspapers makes it nearly impossible for rescuers to access victims and firefighters are encountering this often. Homes choked with excessive contents hinder their work! Typically a fire doubles in size every two minutes, but in a space chock full of things, fires mushroom every 30 seconds.
A clutter-filled house is a dangerous house, but a “house is a home when it shelters the body and comforts the soul.”