Four Section Brainstorming Sheet {Free Printable}

Four Section Brainstorming

Is your brainstorming getting out of hand?

Organize it! Use this free printable brainstorming worksheet to organize and label your brainstorms.

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Real Life Organizing: Box On a Closet Shelf

Real Life Organizing: Box On a Closet Shelf

Now there’s an idea! Store stuff in a box on a closet shelf. Who would have thought?
But, seriously . . . . Sometimes simple solutions make a big difference! Here’s the reason behind this simple Real Life Organizing solution and what it’s doing for me.

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12 Reasons to Have Children?

12 Reasons to Have Children?

You really should have children ~ and here’s why. Maybe?

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What to Do With an Abundance of Pears

What to Do With an Abundance of Pears

One component of eating the cheapest foods (rather than looking for ways to afford the foods you want to eat) is taking advantage of deals. Sometimes that can land a little more produce in your hands than you know what to do with. Got pears? Here’s what to do with them.

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Four Section Blank Checklist {Free Printable}

Four Section Blank Checklist

Here’s four section blank checklist to go along with the Six Section Blank Checklist I shared some time ago. That post, by the way, has tips for what to do with a blank checklist.

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The Hidden Costs of Saving Money on Food

The Hidden Costs of Saving Money on Food

What? Saving money on food costs money? It sure does! Consider these costs so that you can be prepared for them and control them.

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Mini Bible Reading: Moses and the Burning Bush

Mini Bible Reading: Moses and the Burning Bush

Want to read Bible stories together? In “parts?” Here’s a mini Bible reading from the book of Exodus, the story of Moses and the Burning Bush.

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For When You Can’t Keep Up

For When You Can't Keep Up

Sometimes you just can’t keep up.

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10 Ways to Wound Your Child’s Heart

10 Ways to Wound Your Child's Heart

Not because that’s on your to do list, but because it often ends up being on parents’ “did” list whether they realize it or not.

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If It’s Worth Doing Well . . .

If It's Worth Doing At All, It's Worth Doing Well: What the Adage Didn't Tell You

“If it’s worth doing at all, it’s worth doing well.” But is that all there is to it?

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