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Michigan winters are brutal. Now that we live up north, I have found that I have needed to change our cleaning and organizing schedule. No, I don’t have a written down cleaning schedule but we did fall into typical patterns of Spring cleaning etc. However, in Michigan when it is remotely warm we want to be outside. But during these cold months we frequently choose to stay indoors or close to home on the weekends. Because of this, I found that we have been spending many Winter weekends deep cleaning, organizing and finishing up cast aside projects. It is quite nice actually! But before I tackle any cleaning or organizing projects, there is one thing I absolutely MUST have…. a label maker.
This Epson Label Maker has been amazing to have! My husband thinks I am a bit crazy because I use this on everything! I even have a bin for my label maker…and it’s labeled “Label Maker”. LOL! I have labels on the kids lunch boxes, on drawers in the boys room and on my spices! I love having the boys drawers labeled on their dressers. It lets them independently put their laundry away.
We keep all the kids clothing for the opposite seasons in labeled bins. This is so helpful! When the seasons change and we need to bring in Summer clothing, my husband just grabs the bins with the proper labels. Because we live in Michigan our kids each have multiple hats, gloves and scarves… so we got them each their own bin to store them in and we labeled them. This is a great thing for keeping their gear organized. We also have all the boys toys in bins with labels. It makes clean up so much easier!
Do you use a label maker? What is your favorite organizing tip?Kristen: Kristen is a wife, mom, blogger and Brand Ambassador. She has four children; 2 boys and 2 girls. Kristen enjoys her role as a stay-at-home mother. Her oldest children are home-schooled. Her interests include gardening, coffee, reading, cooking and finding new ways to be eco-friendly. You may contact Kristen at mudpiesandtiaras at gmail dot com. Click here to meet Kristen