June arrives tomorrow, and that means it’s time to post some new calendars on the blog today.
Those of you who’ve stuck with me from the beginning know that this blog used to be called Simplify. Declutter. Organize. But after getting some feedback, I happened on the name “Ordered and Organized,” and praise the Lord, it was available.
So I’ve been thinking this week about what “ordered and organized” means to me.
This post is the first in a series about emergency preparedness, just in time for the beginning of travel season–and hurricane season. I’ll be posting more in June about hurricane preparedness, so come back soon.
My preschooler frequently suffers from carsickness. I myself have IBS. One of my vehicles is 14 years old. And we take day trips a lot.
In short, like most people, there are a plethora of reasons we need our vehicles to be prepared in case of an emergency or even just inconvenience.
I never heard of “pulling yourself up by the bootstraps” until I was in college. One of my favorite English professors used that phrase with some frequency. I became quite a fan of the concept, and I still love it today. A girl like me who likes fresh starts definitely loves the idea of succeeding by one’s own efforts, especially after periods of adversity.
I’m currently posting (relatively!) easy tips to help you save money . Because your life can never be truly organized until your finances are in order.
I’m sure you’ve seen the Ebates commercials on television. A lot of people are skeptical and suspect that Ebates is a scam or a data-mining site. Maybe you are one of those people. I personally have had nothing but good experiences with Ebates, and I recommend it as a way to earn back some of the money spent on online purchases.