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Winning tactics for organising the bathroom cupboard

Bathroom cupboards Bathroom cupboards are a great place to begin sorting and getting rid of clutter.  The reason I am starting by decluttering the bathroom cupboards is that they are small and easy to clear. http://kasheringyourlife.co.za/bathroom-clutter/ One thing I have learned over the years is to create ‘zones’ to help you decide how to organise […]

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How do Bad habits in household management let you down?

Bad habits Do you realize that bad habits aren’t just smoking, not exercising, or eating too much junk food? You can develop poor household management habits as well. The bad habit of putting off household chores, leads to clutter build up and takes your home from being a relaxing environment to a stressful one. Putting […]

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Declutter now without stress, can it be done?

When I hear the words’ it’s time to declutter, I want to cry! Declutter the clutter My house is big, often housing 6-8 people at any given time and the bigger the home to more space there is to fill. To give some perspective, I will share the abbreviated story about a farmer and his […]

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Has Covid-19 made you a hoarder?

What does Covid-19 or Coronavirus have to do with clutter in your home and becoming a hoarder? Truthfully, it has nothing to do with the clutter. However, the lock-down does play a part in the development of your household clutter and a tendency to hoard. The psychological effect of the lockdown and the uncertainty of […]

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House all in a clutter?

Clutter means different things for different people The definition of clutter, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is a crowded or confused mass or collection. It is a collection of things lying around in an untidy mess. www.becomingminimalist.com defines clutter as; a) too much stuff in too small a space; b) anything that we no longer […]

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Step 4 – What have you got?

What have you got in your cupboards today? You have set up your budget, found out what your family eats and drawn up your meal plan. It is time to go shopping. The first thing you need to do is to go shopping in your own cupboards https://kasheringyourlife.co.za/my-cupboard-adventure/. The best way to do this is […]

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Plan like a pro! Step 3

In step 3, I am going to talk about how to plan your meals. Step 1 was all about getting to know your family’s likes and dislikes.http://kasheringyourlife.co.za/how-to-meal-plan-successfully-step-1/ In step 2 you get to know how to plan your grocery budget. Time to make a plan Now, it is time to choose what to make and […]

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Grocery Budget, the 2nd step to successful meal planning

In step 2, it is time to work out your grocery budget. Grocery budgets will differ from household to household. These are unique to each family’s needs, size, and ages. How to create a grocery budget A big family will have a bigger grocery budget. A family with a baby will have a different budget […]

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How to meal plan successfully, step 1

Meal plan successfully Let’s start with step 1 for people who have never meal planned or who would like to plan better. http://kasheringyourlife.co.za/meal-plan-budgeting/ For those stuck at home with their families, I am sure you are learning all sorts of new things about your family’s eating habits. It is one of the reasons that step […]

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Freedom Day 2020, what does it mean?

Today is Freedom day, as a public holiday this year it is just another day at home for those who are not essential workers. What difference does it make? COVID-19 has taken away a lot of our freedom and today it doesn’t feel much like we are free. Freedom The word freedom means many things […]

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