During the holidays, many of us can agree that our homes turn into a blizzard of wrapping paper, bows, ribbons and scraps. A nice thing to do is in advance of the busy Christmas season (and by that I mean pre-Thanksgiving), set up a corner of your office, playroom, bedroom, closet or anywhere else you […]
Organizing the home with plastic bins has become a widely popular method because it is simple and easy for anyone to do. And you can store just about anything in a plastic storage bin.
Wrapping paper and the emotional experience around it is something most of us take for granted. Think about it. First, you go through the process of finding that perfect gift for someone. A birthday, a religious holiday, a graduation – whatever the occasion, it’s always personal and meaningful. While some see the wrapping of the gift as just a means of concealing an object to enhance the surprise (and that’s fine), I have always appreciated the experience to the final bow or curled ribbon.
I love the Holliday Season! I love the smell of cranberry orange bread baking, the colorful ornaments on the tree, and especially the lights! They are simply mesmerizing! As much as I love them once they’re up, the most difficult of all my Christmas decorations to deal with are those strands of lights. I’ve been through too many years of trying to unwind tangles balls of wire and lights to do it any longer.
The sweets have been eaten and the wrapping paper cleared. Family and guests have all gone home. And as you bask in the warm afterglow of another memorable holiday season, the thought crosses your mind…”I have to clean all this up!”
I found the perfect plastic bins to store my dog’s and cat’s food – Iris Pet Food Storage Containers! These plastic containers are airtight and designed for storing all types of dry pet food…