When we are dashing from one place to another, one house, one car…we are apt to misplace stuff. So I am reposting these tips to help prevent losing your stuff. Hope this helps you, your friends, and family to “keep their stuff together” always. I wrote it with people I know in mind!
While tulip colors always look good and never go out of style, clothes can. But there is a solution for us, and in the spirit of new beginnings, I challenge you to rethink your wardrobe and make-up colors.
In storing heirloom clothing properly, your keepsake-items can last through generations.
These items were made by myself and my mom for my daughter. My mom did the knitted outfit, and I did the design and sewing of the other pieces. With the exception of the “My 1st Christmas” piece which is a treasure that she received as a Christmas gift.
I’m following the model of careful storage for these treasured pieces to ensure that they stay in good shape for the long term.
I really like the look of silver dinnerware pieces and silver flatware. And in order to enjoy the beauty of silver, we need to take care of it. But how… and when?
That was my question as I searched the Internet on what are the best practices for silver care. Such as how to polish, safeguard, and maintain the luster of silver pieces. As well as learning of storage solutions to prevent tarnish.
This is my home office workspace. It’s been through a few transformations, different furniture, other wall colors …but by far this is my best work environment yet.
With nothing on the work surface, I automatically have a sense of calm when I walk into the office. I’m not caused to panic… there is no, “OMG I have to handle that file, call that person, or pay that bill”. Because I don’t have piles of paper or files on my desk acting as reminders, there is none of the “visual noise” that a cluttered office can cause.
As a visual and deadline-driven person, I typically start projects once I have the delivery date and the image of the finished project.
Christmas Came Early in 2015 to my home. I did it. It was not in being super organized that I decorated before Halloween was even over…it was because I discovered a store that had a treasure chest of mini Santa suits, and felt mice, just the right size to fit into a tree…and I wanted to capture, I mean buy them before they were discovered and scooped up by all.
Sea and sun, rest and energy. A prefect combination for an artist to get restored.
“Cirque du Soleil means Circus of the Sun. When I need to take time to reenergize, I go somewhere by the ocean to sit back and watch the sunsets. That is where the idea of ‘Soleil’ came from, on a beach in Hawaii, and because the sun is the symbol of youth and energy.” Guy Laliberte