Frazzel-Free Holiday Entertaining

3 Things You’ll Thank Me For

It’s that time again for us to remember all the things we are grateful for while remembering to stay calm in the eye of the holiday entertaining storm. Before I start, I would like to say thank you to all my clients and readers. I am blessed with a list of clientele that would leave [...]
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Comedian George Carlin Was Right About Stuff.

There is a whole industry based on keeping an eye on your stuff.  Has it ever struck you the absurdity of paying money to store a bunch of stuff that likely doesn’t have the value of the rent you pay?  Likely, the stuff that gives you the most grief is all your stuff at home. [...]
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Find your keys, find your kids – 5 simple ways to conquer your clutter problems.

Homes are getting bigger, our cars are bigger, our garages are bigger than ever and yet we don’t seem to have enough room for all our stuff. In the 1950’s the average home was 1400 square feet and the average woman had 4 pairs of shoes. Today homes average 2300+ square feet and the average [...]
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Spring Cleaning STEP 7: Windows

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Wow two more tasks and we've completed the 8-step process to spring cleaning.  Are you feeling good knowing what is behind closed doors? This week we will cover those dreaded windows that everyone avoids doing.  If you have a 2 story home with windows that can't be cleaned from the inside, you will definitely have a harder go of it than those of us with…
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Spring Cleaning STEP 6: Clothing Closets

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We are in the home stretch, but now we get down to the hard part.  The closets. Many of us have a hard time throwing out those treasured goods, or those smaller sizes.  I have to admit I still have my prom dress from high school (it was custom-made) BUT that is my only memory item.  Try to limit memory items to…
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Spring Cleaning STEP 5: Lower/base kitchen cabinets clean out.

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As part of REDinterior's 7 step spring cleanup process, this week we will clean out the base kitchen cabinets.  With the base cabinet clean out you may want to get some accessories to help you organize.  There are great inserts you can buy from your hardware store or from a place like Rev-a-shelf. There are organizing inserts for pot lids, corner cabinet, knife trays…
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Frazzel-Free Holiday Entertaining

3 Things You’ll Thank Me For

It’s that time again for us to remember all the things we are grateful for while remembering to stay calm in the eye of the holiday entertaining storm. Before I start, I would like to say thank you to all my clients and readers. I am blessed with a list of clientele that would leave [...]
Read more

Comedian George Carlin Was Right About Stuff.

There is a whole industry based on keeping an eye on your stuff.  Has it ever struck you the absurdity of paying money to store a bunch of stuff that likely doesn’t have the value of the rent you pay?  Likely, the stuff that gives you the most grief is all your stuff at home. [...]
Read more

Find your keys, find your kids – 5 simple ways to conquer your clutter problems.

Homes are getting bigger, our cars are bigger, our garages are bigger than ever and yet we don’t seem to have enough room for all our stuff. In the 1950’s the average home was 1400 square feet and the average woman had 4 pairs of shoes. Today homes average 2300+ square feet and the average [...]
Read more

Spring Cleaning STEP 7: Windows

Image via Wikipedia

Wow two more tasks and we've completed the 8-step process to spring cleaning.  Are you feeling good knowing what is behind closed doors? This week we will cover those dreaded windows that everyone avoids doing.  If you have a 2 story home with windows that can't be cleaned from the inside, you will definitely have a harder go of it than those of us with single story homes.  However, I promise if you or your housekeeper follows my steps, your window cleaning will go faster than in the past. Start inside one day and then do the outside the next day proceeding as follows: 1.    Remove all the screens and wash with biodegradable soapy…
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Spring Cleaning STEP 6: Clothing Closets

Image by ario_ via Flickr

We are in the home stretch, but now we get down to the hard part.  The closets. Many of us have a hard time throwing out those treasured goods, or those smaller sizes.  I have to admit I still have my prom dress from high school (it was custom-made) BUT that is my only memory item.  Try to limit memory items to less than 10 items. If you are a Facebook fan of REDinterior, you know that in January we suggested that you place the hangers in your closet backwards. As you wore things, you were to replace them on their hangers the normal way. This is a neat little trick to show you…
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Spring Cleaning STEP 5: Lower/base kitchen cabinets clean out.

Image via Wikipedia

As part of REDinterior's 7 step spring cleanup process, this week we will clean out the base kitchen cabinets.  With the base cabinet clean out you may want to get some accessories to help you organize.  There are great inserts you can buy from your hardware store or from a place like Rev-a-shelf. There are organizing inserts for pot lids, corner cabinet, knife trays etc. 1.    Remove all your pots and pans from your various base cabinets and place like items together.  Pots, pans, storage dishes, utensils, etc. 2.    With mild soapy water, damp wash the cabinets and shelving. If you add a little vinegar to the water it will help remove any odors…
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