Today I am linking up with Kate from Picklebums. She has been posting through October about being ‘Perfectly Imperfect’.
I love meeting people who read my blog and hearing their stories of how I have managed to help them, however some say “I wish I could be as organised as you” or “your house must be perfect”. I want to let you all know you can be organised too… just find YOUR WAY, adapt my ideas to suit you. I have my short cuts in being organised, I am a perfectionist however these short cuts are give me more time to enjoy my family, home and find time to relax.
My Top 5 Perfectly Imperfect Organising Tips
3. Don’t pair socks, bundle together and the owner can take the time to do it
4. As much as I would love to straighten the kids beds after they have made them, I resist because a) They have put in the effort, for that I am grateful, and b) I don’t have time.
Do you have any perfectly imperfect organising tips?
A few readers recently have picked up on my ‘imperfect’ use of the apostrophe. I want to say that whilst I appreciate and don’t mind people pointing out my errors, please do so kindly. I put a lot of work into this blog and the facebook page to help, motivate and inspire all my readers. I am ‘one’ person running The Organised Housewife plus my household, please be nice.
7 THINGS I DO EACH DAY TO KEEP THE HOME CLEAN AND ORGANISED
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