Just finished our Date Night In Box called Winter Wonderland. It was fun to spend some quality time together and reconnect. We made a yarn snowflake with the help of @lindsaysartcart and made white chocolate pine tree treats with blue snowflake sprinkles. We played a game of would you rather and headbands which we were very bad at. 🤣 Check Out my stories later today for more of the behind the scenes on our Date Night In and I’ll be sure to share some photos of our finished projects. I’m off to bed. 😉💗 #Regram#coppermountain@datenightinbox@coppermtn#giveawaycontest
Okay, real talk. What’s your favorite dump zone? You know the place. It’s that area that acts as a sort of purgatory for your stuff. It’s where you keep unfinished projects, used outwear, unsorted mail. It’s where you instinctively set aside the things you just don’t want to deal with right now. 😬
Thankfully, identifying our dump zones already solves half the problem. Once you identify an area as a dump zone, simply resolve to keep it clear by choosing which items should actually occupy the space and keep it limited to those items as much as possible. Take the time to return everything to its proper place, and if something doesn’t have a proper place to return to, assign it one. Just make sure you don’t merely transfer your dump zone to a different area.