January is following in the footsteps of the whole of 2015 and hotfooting its way right past us! Or maybe it just seems that way to me? I look at my work load and my schedule and what I need to be working on and it seems before I blink the day is past. And here we are – six days in already 😀
January always seems to bring a flurry and bustle of cleaning and organizing. Maybe it’s partly the new year stretching out like a clean blank slate, a new start, new beginnings. I think it’s a great time to clear out the clutter that invariably happens over 12 months of living and family and happenings.
The Christmas decor gets packed up, leaving behind a trail of glitter and ribbon and snowdust and memories. And it’s just a great way to start a new year – by sweeping out the dust and cobwebs, scrubbing off the old fingerprints and smudges and fluffing the home to make it warm and inviting. I’m thinking a fresh coat of paint for my walls really MUST happen this month.
Today is time for another Junk Revision Challenge blog hop, the category was organization, and to kick off the festivities I’m sharing a super cool vintage find that I’ve been using as the most wonderful organization piece in the history of ever! Makeup and jewelry organization using a vintage RIT dye rack