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I have compiled a list of blogs, websites, products and other online resources that I felt may be helpful to you in your search to become a more organized homemaker.  Just because I’ve listed a site, does not mean that I wholeheartedly agree with every aspect of it.

If you know of a resource that my readers may find valuable, please email me at ourtaylormadehome at gmail dot com and I may include it here. Also, be sure to visit this page often, as I will update it on a regular basis.

~*~ HOME MANAGEMENT BINDER ~*~

To find out how to make your own, click HERE.
FREE PRINTABLES:
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PRINTABLES TO PURCHASE:
Who says your Home Management Binder pages have to be plain?
This etsy shop is filled with cute, colorful printables.
Prices range from $2 to $50.  Pay once, print as often as you like.
Well worth the investment!
Memberships available for as low as $20 per year.
~*~ BLOGS ~*~
IHeart Organizing
IHeart Organizing is written by Jen (a super talented woman), who shares how she keeps her home in order and provides projects/challenges that encourage her readers to jump on the organizing bandwagon.  This blog is a wonderful mix of interior decorating and organizing because all of her projects are BOTH functional and beautiful!
A bowl full of lemons.
A Bowl Full of Lemons is written by Toni, a Shaklee Distributor, who shares her tools for taming the clutter and cleaning the casa.  Plus, if you’re a fan of “shabby chic” decor, you will love how she decorates her home.
I'm an Organizing Junkie
I’m an Organizing Junkie is written by Laura who shares a ton of great tips and easy to follow instructions.  She’s famous for her book Clutter Rehab and her blog is famous for Menu Plan Mondays (a weekly linky party where readers can share recipes and menus).
Stacey Crew Presents My Organized Lifestyle, a Blog offering tips, advice and products to make like easier!
My Organized Lifestyle is written by Stacey Crew, a nationally well-known professional organizer and author, who focuses on helping moms.  She is most famous for her book The Organized Mom.
~*~ ONLINE MAGAZINES ~*~

~*~ WEBSITES ~*~

Do you have as much trouble with basic domestic skills as I do?
This site serves as your own personal Home Economics course without having to go to class or take tests.  Topics include: cleaning, cooking, finances, laundry, home repairs and anything else you’d need to know about in order to become (or at least appear to be) a true “Suzy Homemaker”.

Online Organizing is for everyone.  If you’re looking to get organized, you’ll find a ton of articles and products to get you there.  Not to mention, if you’re looking for a professional organizer to come to your home and dig you out of the chaos, they can connect you with one.
If you’re interested in becoming a professional organizer, they have training courses along with business products and articles that will set you up for success.
~*~ SHOPS ~*~

The Organized Parent

Great products to help you organize your home, family, and your life.
This store is home to The Five-Minute Mom’s Club (a book of “105 Tips to Make Mom’s Life Easier”).  To view The Five-Minute Mom’s Club Blog, click HERE.

Organizing products need not be boring!
See Jane Work specializes in chic, colorful office products that’ll put a perma-smile on your face and make you “whilstle while you work”.

MomAgenda Logo

You will be hard pressed to find planners that are any more stylish that the ones you can purchase at momAgenda.  You are sure to find the perfect planner for you!

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