From the Desk of Clearissa Coward’s Command Center – Week-at-a-Glance
August 31 – September 4, 2015
Another week has passed and I a week at a glance. This has been a productive week. Some behind the scenes and also on my blog.
Thank you all for showing up every week and for following my projects. I wish I could explain to you how appreciated you are. In the meantime, please enjoy my posts for the week. So let’s get started for this past week, August 31 – September 4, 2015.
Posted August 31, 2015, Momsmagazine
Getting Off on the Right Foot – “A New School Year” (click to tweet)
The first bell has rung and the routine has begun. It’s a new school year and we need to get the children organized and off to a good start.
There will be lots of paperwork, school supplies, new clothes, etc., coming into the house and we need a system in place to get and remain organized for the upcoming school year. Let’s start in the most obvious place, the closets. Read the entire article here.
Posted September 3, 2015
How I Up-cycle My Thrift Store Finds (click to tweet)
Recently I had a very positive and productive thrifting weekend. I found some really good deals. You can read the latest thrifting article here.
I found all sorts of glass items, candelabras, storage cans, bottles, wallpaper samples, etc. It was a good day! You will see how I up-cycled some of these items a little later but today I want to share the big change that was made to the two sets of bar stools. You might remember that I purchased the two sets for very reasonable prices as well. One set for $14.00 and the second set for $50.00. Not bad at all. Both sets were purchased because we needed more seating for our deck and I thought these would be perfect on outside because both were metal. Read the entire article here.
Posted September 4, 2015
I have talents and I have passions. My talents are my project management and administrative abilities. My passion is organization and redesign. Funny how they have a tendency to overlap. My Virtual Assistant abilities include organization, the ability to visualize a project from inception to fruition, the creativity to improvise when necessary to keep a project moving forward, the ability to nudge folks along without making them feel pushed, and how to remain on budget. Read the entire post here.
I hope you are enjoying the weekly posts and will come back next week for more Lifestyle articles including Organizing on a Budget, home refreshes, soulful life experiences, virtual assistant tips, Health & Beauty tidbits, and even Avon product updates.
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