Tackling Spring Cleaning This Year

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  • Post last modified:April 6, 2022

Spring cleaning your entire home can feel overwhelming. By breaking it down into smaller chunks, you’ll ensure it all gets done. Start by making a plan you can stick to, with different rooms and the tasks for each one. For each room, start by decluttering and gather your cleaning supplies before you start.  Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means we may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something we have recommended. This…

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6 Blog Posts to Organize Your Life

Whether you’re looking to organize your time, finances, or space, we’ve got you covered! Check six of our top blog posts to help you organize your life. Organize Your Time Planners are a great way to organize your time! Maybe you’ve used one before but didn’t find it helpful, or maybe you’ve never tried one. Either way, we’ve got blog posts that will help you successfully use a planner and maximize your time. 6 Reasons You Need a Monthly…

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Declutter and Donate

Have you been decluttering and organizing this spring? Great job! You can donate used but still usable items to local charities. Some will even pick up your items, including furniture! Be sure to label them appropriately and follow any guidelines you’re given by the donee. Donate to Goodwill One of the most common thrift stores in the US, Goodwill resells items while investing in the local community and helping people find jobs. Many will pick up larger items or…

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Home Projects to Tackle During Seclusion

Being stuck at home is hard on everyone. Whether you live alone or with family, the days can seem to drag on. TV and streaming services offer nothing new, and you’re tired of video games and board games. It’s time to tackle some home projects you’ve been putting off! Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means we may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that we have recommended. This commission comes at…

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Creating a Dementia-Friendly Environment at Home

For people with Alzheimer’s and dementia, everyday life can be both challenging and frustrating. As the symptoms progress, they will struggle with remembering, processing, thinking, and reasoning. Some simple changes to the home environment can help them stay independent and reduce stress and anxiety. Use Contrasting Colors, Without Patterns Contrasting colors can make it easier to see and identify important objects. For example, gold keys on a black mat. However, lots of patterns can make the visual field more…

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