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Labor of Love

September 30, 2015

There’s one thing that gets me moving: music. The louder the better, and it’s got to have a catchy beat. A great song is better than a cup of coffee, and it’s healthier too. Music is the No. 1 way to make housework fun. You feel accomplished and get a bit of exercise. Best part is, you can skip the caffeine.     Here is an abbreviated version of my infinite play list that helps me, in the words of James Brown, “get off that thang.”   “Changes” by David BowieChange is good, especially when it comes to weeding out clutter and other “stuff.” First stop? Closets. If you haven’t worn it, used it or laid eyes on it in... Continue Reading →

Back to School—Now What?

September 23, 2015

Growing up, the first day of school was always the longest. It seemingly took forever to get there and even longer to return home. It was nerve wracking but somehow exciting at the same time. Perhaps all of the new supplies made it easier. My backpack carried new pencils, crayons and fresh notebooks ready to be filled with knowledge and even some doodling. My first-day outfit was also new—freshly washed and ironed. Now, as a parent myself, I understand everything that went into getting ready for that first day. I just completed the ritual for my son. The first day of school is also symbolic of time to myself. I now have more time to focus on our home. I... Continue Reading →