I recently became acquainted with the P&Geveryday™ (pgeveryday.com) website. How I missed this earlier is beyond me. It is full of fun activities, crafts, recipes and everyday tips. The stated goal of the site is to help us make our days not only easier, but more rewarding too. All the inspiring (yet, very doable) ideas can unlock a lot of “I can do it spirit” in any of us. I don’t know about you, but once I get on a roll… that is when things really start to get accomplished around here. Sometimes, I just need that little spark to get me going. Organization is something I have been needing some spark in lately.
There are organizing solution projects and tips galore on the P&Geveryday website. There is help available whether you are tackling the bathroom, kitchen, bedroom…. pretty much where ever. While I am involved in a long slow DIY kitchen renovation, and many of the tips for that room appeal to me and I will consult back to, today my focus is my bedroom. We live in an old Victorian Era home, and though it has it’s charms, it also has painfully small closets. I have a new mattress being delivered tomorrow, so I have been culling the clutter that has migrated into that room over the past month. The lack of storage makes simple tasks cumbersome at times. I liked a couple of the ideas in this article on bedroom organization from the website. The drawers would come in handy.
Another handy organizing resource I found while snooping around, was their printable 30-day plan for a de-cluttered and organized home. My spare bedroom would take a week in itself (sad but true), but it would be great to get the rest of the house in tip top shape in a month.
P&Geveryday™, created by Procter & Gamble, features a plethora of content and resources on beauty, family, food, health and improving your home. Along with this, you will find coupons and samples from your trusted brands, and new products too. I encourage you to check out the site. There are some terrific recipes and crafts that you don’t want to miss. Make sure to follow the brand on Facebook too, for even more helpful information and money saving promotions.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.