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Organizational & Cleaning Tips

How to Clean for Passover (in 10 Days or Less)
There’s a saying: “Passover cleaning is not spring cleaning, dirt is not chametz, and children are not the paschal sacrifice.”
Focused Living with a Jewish Twist
Focused Living with a Jewish Twist walks busy readers through easy-to-follow steps that will give you more time to do what you love.
February Check List
February: Think of this month as the PERFECT time to catch up on indoor chores now that it is super cold out!
It's Good to be Lazy?
Learning to Prioritize
Organizing the S.M.A.R.T. Way
Let's take our home and all of the clutter and processes that may need some improvement and put them on a piece of paper in manageable pieces for you to look at over these next few months...
How Does a Busy Woman Prepare for Shabbat?
I am a professional. I work a lot. Quitting is not an option, and I leave work on Fridays barely in time to arrive home by sundown. Help!
Mission Almost Impossible
Cleaning for Passover with Young Children
I think if there is anything more nerve-racking than cleaning for Passover, it is cleaning for Passover with small children . . .
Operation Zero Chametz
Iintensive cleaning takes place in Jewish homes throughout the world. Here is a brief guide to help you tackle the process in your own home.
Goodbye Summer Clothes, Hello Winter!
Often, we hang on to clothing and accessories we know we’ll never use [alright, MAYBE once…], allowing them to take up functional space...
Organizing Your Clothes and Closets
The question must be faced - what do we do with perfectly wearable clothing that is, at the present moment, not needed...
Getting Clothes Clean
Today almost everything but the child goes into the washing machine...
Caring for Shoes
Homemaking Tidbits
I've tried to make keeping house creative, concise and calm. It is a splendid way to spend one's time, and yet still have time to spend afterwards...