I’m a little embarrassed to show my BEFORE bathroom sink but I know this under the sink look is quite common. Being the beauty junky that I am, and having products on hand for both Peyton and Harper, my bathroom cabinet stay out of control. Weird thing is, I knew where everything was. We have plans to remodel our bathroom but until then I need to get my life together. I just got tired of looking at it in this state. Since I’m still on my #OrganizedonFleek roll, I decided to make my bathroom more organized and functional.
Happy March! Spring is almost here and we’re stilling getting #OrganizedonFleek! I started with my pantry (HERE) and under my kitchen sink (HERE). I finally tackled my laundry room. It was a functional mess, meaning it didn’t look that great but I knew where everything was. Check out my video showing my laundry room organization.
I’m back with my second #OrganizedonFleek challenge! Last week I tackled my pantry HERE and this week I’m taking you under my sink. I’ve found that organizing and decluttering work best when you break them down into small tasks. Under my kitchen sink was a hot mess filled with cleaners that I never use or even empty bottles. Watch the video below to see how I got it together and learn how you can participate in the Organized on Fleek Challenge to win a gift card to one of our favorite stores.
Have you ever heard (from your elders) that you should not enter the New Year with a dirty house? Something about if you start that way, it will be that way all year. I’m happy that I’m not superstitious because my house was a mess when the clock struck 12. So to get my home together (and yours) I’ve partnered with my two favorite bloggers Danielle from The Style and Beauty Doctor and Mimi from Unlikely Martha for a home organization challenge! Each of us will be tackling spaces and getting organized throughout our homes and sharing it on our blog and social media pages. We also want you to join in on #OrganizedOnFleek challenge as well! Keep reading to check out my first organization challenge, my pantry and learn how you can participate in the #OrganizedonFleek challenge!
I’m so excited to share this product that will help all my naturalista minis and mommies. To this day I still get emails asking how to grow out bald spots on babies and toddlers. Bald spots are usually due to babies rubbing out their hair because they spend a lot of time on their back. Just like us women, the texture of our hair against cotton is not a good mix. It can cause bald spots and breakage. A friend told me before I had Peyton that I needed to make sure she kept silk or satin behind her head. Where do I find that? I stole a few of Mister’s silk pocket squares and used that for Peyton when she was a baby. It wasn’t cute but it helped. When I had Harper, our friends from MM Blankies sent us one of their fabulous satin blankets that she could lay on and be wrapped in. I’m happy to share with you MM Blankies newest genius product, designer satin pillowcases.