As many of you know, I have a toddler. Her ability to make a room that is clean, turn into a room that looks like a cyclone just went through it…is uncanny! And there are some days where I just feel thankful that the house is still standing at the end of the night!
But the lack of organization gets to me. It starts to eat away at my ability to just enjoy playing with her. It eats away at my time when I try to find something and it takes forever. And it eats away at my ability to feel relaxed in my home! And when I realized the huge toll that “little dis-organizational problems” were taking on our quality of life as a family – I realized I needed a solution!
My organization challenge looked like this…
Where is the tiny snack Tupperware? Is it in the cabinet? Is it with the baby stuff since she uses it the most? Did it get left in the car? Where is it supposed to be? No one knew. And how could they?
It was a crazy mess in the cabinets!
The disorganization rolled over into meal planning too.
Our refrigerator became a mess of post it notes, and half written grocery shopping lists. I’d miss a note about my husband needing something. I’d miss a note from myself, saying we needed something! And our kitchen was starting to look chaotic. I needed a system…
I needed a way to Organize, and label in a pretty way! But it had to be fluid. And I needed it to be as unique as our family is. To work with us, and change as we did. Sounds like a tall order doesn’t it? And it was a real challenge. I found a solution though! Stay tuned next month to read my Genius Tip on how I beat this challenge!
And… I’m excited to help my readers win a new iPad 2 from Kenmore!
To Enter: Just share your own big design challenge below. And ‘like’ Kenmore on Facebook (and let us know you did) in your reply! That’s it!
Good luck! And I cant wait to hear what your challenge is!
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