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I love finding sites that provide great content and resources that fit both my personal and family lifestyles. That means I am forever looking at not only ideas for food to feed my perpetually hungry brood, but also things that will help me with my health and appearance. P&Geveryday™ “aims to inspire, support and empower you to unlock the extraordinary potential in your everyday life.” They offer not only recipes and coupons for products we use, but also information on beauty trends and tips for running a household including repurposed organizers.
Recently, I spent time over on the site getting some much needed inspiration in the realm of Cleaning and Organization. Being a home with 4 boys (who never seem to see messes or put things back where they belong), I find that our house often looks like a tornado came through or we are preparing to audition for one of those reality shows about messies or hoarders.
One article that resonated with me was on Repurposed Organizers: Cans. With recycling being more challenging up here than when we lived in Maryland, I find myself wanting to repurpose empty containers for needs around the house. The first one is something I was already considering (a Silverware Sorter), but had not decided on which containers to use and how to anchor them. Here’s a photo from a restaurant we visited in Talkeetna that does just that and it has been nagging me every since.
Why have I been thinking about the silverware sorter for our table instead of putting it all into a drawer organizer? Well, because the younger boys struggle with putting everything away in the correct places which means some pieces go hiding in the back of the drawer until we realize a particular utensil category seems to have gone missing.
This particular post is just the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. I foresee myself spending a decent amount of time finding more inspiration to live life to the fullest. And, I won’t forget to visit the P&Geveryday™ Facebook page as well.
Where do you find inspiration for your life?
Have you visited P&Geveryday™ yet to find new things to try in your life? If so, what is one of your favorite featured items?
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