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Giving back to your Community

What are your thoughts on giving back to your community?

What interesting things do you do to give back. I would sure love to hear them in the comment box below.

In the mean time please watch this shoret video on giving back to your community.

You will see my bowling talents in action………or not.
 

 This annual fundraiser is put on by Big Brothers of Vancouver. It is  loud, fun and exciting to be a part of this event.

If you would like to be a part of this fundraiser please contact me. They are looking for bowlers and for businesses that would like to donate prizes.

If you like this video, click the “like” button and then share it with your friends.  And if you’re not in the “Getting it Together” community, head on over to GettingItTogether.ca and get on the list.  You’ll get instant access to a free ebook that outlines a simple 10-day plan for organizing 10 different areas of your homein 15 minutes or less.

By |May 26th, 2010|Articles, Blog, Videos|2 Comments

Under the Kitchen Sink

Under the Kitchen Sink

You might think you have everything including the kitchen sink in your home both literally and figuratively.

So whether it is the top of your sink or under the kitchen sink, Getting It Together will provide you with 5 Top Tips to get it organized and stay that way.

#1. Make sure your kitchen sink is clean and shiny before going to bed. There is nothing worse than waking up in the morning and facing a sink filled with dirty dishes. This will put you behind for your new day.  It will take less than 15 minutes right after dinner to do this task.

#2 Have a container by your sink for all of your cloths, brushes and soap. It looks messy if they are just hanging around by the side of the sink.

Better yet put them under the kitchen sink if you have room…which you will have by the time you have finished organizing under there!

#3 Getting It Together under the sink is a 15 minute task. Pull everything out onto the kitchen floor. Make sure your children are out of the room.

#4 Give it a good scrub under the sink. Check for any leaks or rusty pipes. Be sure to call your plumber if you find any.

#5 Get a container for all of your cleaning supplies. Put back only the ones that you use, like, and have enough product in them to make it worth your while. Toss the rest. Have another container for your rags and one for any miscellaneous items. Set up a good system for your garbage and recycling. Keep it small and compact so you can empty it often. This really cuts down on any odors in the kitchen.

If you have small children at home you may choose to put your cleaning supplies up in a higher cupboard. If this is not possible then be sure to use a safety lock on the cleaning supplies cupboard door.

For more detailed information or to book Rowena please contact http://www.gettingittogether.ca/

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20 minutes to clearing the clutter freedom is waiting for you. It is a phone call away.

By |May 26th, 2010|Articles, Blog, Home Organization, Organizer|0 Comments

How to Organize Your Fridge

How to organize your fridge

Would you like to know how to organize your fridge?

Does your fridge look like a science project?

Do you wish that everyone in your family put things back in the same place in your fridge?

Check out this short video for some hot tips on how to organize your fridge. You might want to share it with the rest of the household!

When my fridge is getting low on food I like to take that time to give it a good wipe down. I remove the crispers and give them a good wash out. Every 6 months or so I replace the container of baking soda. Does it really help to keep the fridge smelling clean? Please leave your comments in the box below.

Are you still feeling stuck about how to organize your fridge?

Talk to me. There is a FREE 20 minutes session waiting for you.

I’ll walk you through the process. I’ll share my number one secret for keeping your fridge organized.

 

If you like this video on how to organize your fridge please click the “like” button and then share it with your friends.  And if you’re not in the “Getting it Together” community, head on over to GettingItTogether.ca and get on the list.  You’ll get instant access to a free ebook that outlines a simple 10-day plan for organizing 10 different areas of your homein 15 minutes or less.

 

By |May 10th, 2010|Articles, Blog, Home Organization, Organizer, Videos|0 Comments