Alexis's Organized Life!
I'm so excited to share the next installment of my interview series! Today I'm speaking with my wonderful friend Alexis from @harlowandava. Alexis is a teacher at a Junior High and is sharing a glimpse into a typical day in her life, and how she organizes it!
Une semaine dans une famille française (A Week in a French Family)
Today marks a new beginning in the world of 'An Organized Life'! The first non-english post and, hopefully, the first of many guest contributors to speak their own language in this space and offer you even more inspiration from around the world. Rencontre-moi pour un café and enjoy this latest post en Français!
The Butler Rises
The topic of butlering and household staff has long since fascinated and intrigued me. About 3 years ago I noticed a trend: a rise in the addition to household staff to homes around both Canada and the United States. I was thrilled when I came across Heather on Instagram, a certified professional Butler! In this special guest post, Heather discusses how she found this unique career, and four key lessons she has learned so far!
Functional or Pretty? How to Organize Your Books
I'm excited today to introduce you to Jane Stoller! Jane is the author of the book "Organizing For Your Lifestyle: Adaptable Inspirations from Socks to Suitcases". This morning Jane shares her thoughts on how to organize your books! Huge thank you to Jane for this amazing post!
Money Saving Tips
One of my favorite things to do when I have some downtime is to discover new money saving tips from across the web! And, after (let's say) 20 years of researching, I have come up with several tips - some easy, some not so easy! Some simple and some extreme - that will save you some cash!
Becoming Organized Part One: Primary Function
It is my belief that the first step in truly becoming organized is looking around your home, at each individual room, and identifying that room's primary function in your life. I believe that to truly become organized and live a simple life, you must understand, embrace and then design each room to fit its own unique purpose and function. Only then will items become organized, find a home and truly make each space a sanctuary.
Marit's 44 Square Meter Sanctuary
I was honoured when Lauren asked me to contribute a guest post for the launch of her new blog. My name is Marit Helene and I’m currently studying economics and business administration in Norway. Besides being a dedicated full time student I have a huge passion for interior, fashion and beauty that I share on my Instagram account @maritheleneg and on my blog.