Hoarders to Help: A Journey of Friendship

By: Sandy Churchill   “I say this with all the love in the world,” confided my dear friend Kerry to me recently. “Don’t buy another pencil!” A fellow homeschooler, my friend understood my frenzied life-style enough to “get” my obsession with school supplies—but also point out that part of our organizational chaos at home is … More Hoarders to Help: A Journey of Friendship

Swagger Wagon

By: Tanya Pimental When we started our family six years ago, I embraced owning a mini van. It seemed like a logical purchase, since we needed a second car. My husband and I were sharing a car and I was commuting to work on the train. I had only been driving for a few years; … More Swagger Wagon

Toy Storage

by Tanya Pimental When I started to think about this post, I realized I should include a disclaimer stating that my house is a mess.  It’s not overly dirty, but it is cluttered and unorganized. Keeping up with it is something I have not yet mastered as a wife and working mom of three. I … More Toy Storage