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These Rooms Are Made for Workin': How to Organize Your Workspace

Written by Seana Turner, PO.

There is an old saying, “The hardest part of doing a job is getting started.” Every wonder why? Sometimes the biggest hurdle to “just doing it” is the fact that our desks are so piled with books, sporting equipment, receipts, tangled cords, dead batteries, and bills that we can’t find a surface to work on! Sound familiar?

The truth is, if we want to motivate ourselves to get our work done, the least we can do is invest a little time in setting up a workspace that is inviting and efficient. Don’t know how? Here are a few tips to get you on your way:

The Heart of the Home: Organize Your Way Back to Love in the Kitchen

Written by Eva Counter.

We often hear that the kitchen is the heart of the home. Has your kitchen shown you any love lately?  It’s where people get nourishment, where our kiddos work on their homework, where the family catches up at the end of the day.

Instead of loving us and giving us a hug, many kitchens crinkle their noses and stick their tongues out at us.   We’re faced with a months’ worth of mail on a counter, a craft project on the table that has been pushed over so our children can sit and eat, and an overflowing pantry with expired food and a funny smell.  You get the picture. So if you are looking for a kitchen that will show you some love and help you take care of your family, then take my hand and I will help you put the love back in the heart of your home.