Monthly Archives: April 2017

Spring Cleaning Our Yards and Gardens, Part One

by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton
How to Get it Done
Winter can wreak havoc on a yard. As spring arrives and our thoughts turn to spending more and more time outside, so do our concerns about how to make our yards and gardens as beautiful as possible. We try to make them less cluttered, cleaner, better organized, more able […]

Be Honest: Is Your Garage Just an Attached Storage Unit?

by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton

We’ve all seen it driving through our neighborhoods: the car parked in the driveway because of a jam-packed garage that leaves no room for the very thing it was built to hold. Sometimes, the garage has walkable areas where someone can squeeze around the clutter to get into the house; sometimes, it is […]

Recycle, Reuse, Reduce: Earth Day Is April 22

by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton
Excess Clothing
April 22 is Earth Day, and as we try to reach a billion acts of green, one of the categories we see a lot is excess clothing. We’ve been talking about organizing our wardrobes, but when you get rid of clothing, it’s important not to just throw it away. Donate or recycle – but don’t […]

Spring Cleaning: Organizing Our Wardrobes

by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton

Isn’t it about time we get to organizing our wardrobes – putting away the snow boots, heavy sweaters, and raincoats? There’s something wonderful about the lightening that happens in Spring. It’s not just daylight, but moods, clothing choices, and attitudes. Spring is a time for new beginnings – and that makes it a […]