Posts written by: Veronica Johnson

Spinning Plates: It’s Okay to Ask for Help

As women, wives and mothers we tend to have very full schedules.  We pride ourselves on being able to successfully juggle several projects (or problems) at a time.  Most days we can keep all those figurative balls in the air.  Picture the happy circus performer juggling and walking, smiling and talking.  However, there are times when one or two things…

Household Chores: The Great Divide

We have a fairly large family.  With seven people living under one roof, if we don’t stay on top of chores our house can go from tidy to tornado at the drop of a sock.  Doesn't everyone like to have a fairly clean and mostly organized house?  When my house is cluttered, my brain feels cluttered.  Aside from saving my sanity…

The Best of: Paper Clutter

Today we are going to visit the OrganizedMom.net archives and talk paper clutter.  For those of you who are new here be sure to check out "The Best of Organized Mom" and the "Categories" sections on the right hand menu. For those who are long time subscribers you'll enjoy this little reminder of how much Sarah loves HATES paper clutter.           …

The Art of List Making

Today we are talking about the art of list making.  What? You say you already know how to make a list?  You do it all the time on the backs of envelopes, school papers, receipts and any little scrap of paper you can find?  Ahhhh…well stick around.  We need to talk. One of the most important things in list making…

Simple System to Organize Your Bills

Nobody likes to pay bills, but having a system takes a tedious task and makes it quick and easy.  Maybe you're a computer whiz and have everything automated.  Maybe you're old school and do it all by hand.  But maybe you're like many of us and fall somewhere in between.  Today I am sharing a simple filing system that will keep your bills organized and help…

Perspective

I work from home. While it's a blessing to our family, for me to be able to be here for our five kids, it also comes with it's own set of challenges. Working from home means I'm here all the time, but working from home also means that I'm, um, HERE ALL THE TIME. Spending anywhere from 3 to 8…