Thursday, August 27, 2009

Re Organizing Our Closets

Re Organizing Our Closets Again!!

Sadly to say with the summer soon coming to an end and the fall soon approaching it is that time again where we re-do our closets. AGAIN!!! It feels as if it was yesterday we were spring cleaning and now we have to get our sweaters out and our summer dresses away :(

Edit your wardrobe. Take a look at your clothes and assess what you wear most, least, or not at all. Donate the clothing you haven’t worn in a year or more, as well as anything that no longer fits. If an item is severely damaged, toss it out.

Decide what to store. Let seasonality and frequency of use be your guide in determining what to keep in the closet and what to stow elsewhere.
Organize hanging garments by type and color. Blouses, for example, can be sorted first by sleeve length and then by shade. By keeping like with like, options for a given outfit are clear at a glance.

Choose the right hanger. Your closet will look neater if you use just one type of hanger—wood, wire, or plastic.

Set up zones. A low rod holds tops and skirts; an eye-level pole, dresses; and a high bar, shirts and suits. A high shelf works fine for out-of-season shoes and sweaters.

Arrange folded items. Any clothing that will stretch out of shape should be folded over hangers. When organizing the folded clothing you’ll store on shelves, place heavier items at the bottom of the pile, and lighter ones at the top. After folding, arrange garments by function (workout tops together, business tops together, etc.) and color (white to nude to bright colors to black). If your closet doesn’t have shelves, consider using part of your clothing rod for hanging canvas ones.

Get a garment bag. A sturdy canvas garment bag protects fine suits, dresses, and jackets better than plastic. (Leather, in particular, is susceptible to drying and even cracking if kept in plastic.)

Deal with dry cleaning. Remove clothes from dry-cleaning bags as soon as you get home, and hang your clothes on proper hangers. Return the wire hangers to the dry cleaner for reuse.

Manage odds and ends. Store bags, belts, ties, scarves, and other accessories in plain sight on hooks or racks, which can be attached to the inside of your closet door.

Contain what doesn’t hang. Use containers—consider a matching set of baskets—to hold accessories and clothing that can’t be hung, such as socks and undergarments. Smaller baskets or boxes can store a single type of accessory, such as scarves or hats.

Pick a system for storing shoes. Choose between a shoe rack on the floor, a hanging shoe organizer, see-through plastic boxes, or original shoe boxes with photographs stapled to them to identify the boxes’ contents. Stow shoes you don’t wear frequently in labeled plastic boxes on a high shelf, in another closet, or under your bed.



Celebs Out and About!

Mommy and Me time.


Back To School

Since we are in the back to school time I have deside to post on a checklist that we can all benefit from.

With the first day of school drawing near, parents and children across the country are getting set for their return. Focused on ensuring parents and kids have everything they need for school, the following checklist will help families get ready for the big day:

Check with the school to ensure all registration requirements have been taken care of and ensure that the school has contact numbers for school closings or other emergencies.

Determine how your child will be getting to school and then plan the safest route possible by choosing the most direct way with intersections that have crossing guards.

Walking or riding to school is an excellent way to fit physical activity into your child's day. If your child is riding his/her bike, always keep bike safety in mind. Ensure the bike is in good working condition, that their helmet fits properly and the bike has a bell. Make sure your child is age appropriate to ride on his own (safety purposes) my son Brandon is 10 yr old and I will not allow him to ride his bike to school crossing of streets purposes)

To help ensure your little ones have everything they need, contact the school to see if it has a supply checklist. Some of the basic items most students need include: notebooks or paper, pens, pencils, pencil crayons, ruler, eraser, glue stick, pencil case and backpack.

Allowing kids to choose their own school supplies will help create excitement about heading back to school. Whether it's notebooks, binders or lunch bags, there are school supplies featuring popular cartoon & TV characters are sure to be a hit with kids.

A healthy lunch and snacks will help ensure kids have the energy they need to get through the day. By choosing a cooler lunch bag and using plastic storage containers, you can help ensure food stays fresh. Bottled water and juices are a great way to keep kids hydrated. For a refreshing treat, freeze water bottles or juice boxes overnight.

Don't forget homework. Check with your child everyday to see if any work was sent home. Buying a ready-to-assemble desk, desk lamp and desk organizer is a simple and affordable way to create a student's very own workspace away from the distraction of television and video games and we all know how distracted they can get.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Out & About!

I love Brooke Burke one of my favorite Celeb moms.

Brooke Burke cuddles with kids Heaven Rain, 2 ½, and Shaya Braven, 17 months, while playing at Cross Creek Park in Malibu, Calif. with friends on Tuesday.

Although the park was “infested with paps,” Brooke tweeted that they turned the intrusion into a game instead. “We decided to take pics of the paparazzi taking pics of us. So fun!!!”

Courtesy of baby blog

Celebs Out & About

Celebs Out and About!


Back To School

Back To School

It's school time again! You're probably feeling excited and maybe a little sad that summer is over. Some kids feel nervous or a little scared on the first day of school because of all the new things: new teachers, new friends, and maybe even a new school. Luckily, these "new" worries only stick around for a little while. Let's find out more about going back to school.

The First Day

Most teachers kick off the school year by introducing themselves and talking about all the stuff you'll be doing that year. Some teachers give students a chance to tell something about themselves to the rest of the class.

When teachers do the talking on the first day, they often go over classroom rules so you'll know what's allowed and what's not. Pay close attention so you'll know if you need to raise your hand to ask a question and what the rules are about visiting the restroom.

You might already know a lot of people in your classes on the first day. But it's a great day to make a new friend, so try to say hello to kids you know and new ones that you don't. Make the first move and you'll be glad you did and so will your new friend!

Moving to Middle School?

Sixth grade often signals a move to middle school or junior high, where you'll find lockers and maybe a homeroom. This is just what it sounds like - a classroom you'll go to each morning, kind of like your home in the school. In middle school, you might move from classroom to classroom for each subject. Your teachers know that this is a big change from elementary school and will help you adjust.

Most teachers let you pick your own seat on the first day, but by the second or third morning, they'll have mapped out a seating plan. It's a good idea to write down where your seat is in your notebook so you don't forget.

Feeling Good on Day One

Seeing friends you haven't seen in a while can make the first day a good one. You also can make the day feel special by wearing an outfit you like. Maybe you got a great T-shirt on vacation, or your new sneakers put a spring in your step. If you wear a uniform, you might wear a favorite watch or piece of jewelry to show your personal style.

It can make you feel good to be prepared and have all the supplies you need. Some schools distribute supply lists before the year begins, so you can come stocked up on pencils, folders, and whatever else you'll be needing. Once you've covered the basics, you might tuck an extra dollar or two in your backpack for an emergency (like forgetting your lunch money). Or maybe you'd like to bring along a book or magazine to read while you're on the bus.

Whatever you put in your backpack, make sure you pack it the night before. This prevents the morning panic when you can't find your homework or lunch box. Speaking of lunch, that's something else that can help you feel good at school - whether it's the first day or the 100th day. Pack it the night before if you don't like what's on the menu at the cafeteria. Try to include a variety of foods in your packed lunch, especially fruits and vegetables.

Get Oriented

The first day of school is your first chance to find your way around a new school, or learn the pathways to new classes in your old school. It's a lot to learn in one day, so don't be surprised if you need a reminder or two.

It might help to write a few notes to yourself, so you'll remember the important stuff, like your locker combination and that lunch starts at 11:43, not 12:10. Before you know it, your fingers will fly as you open your locker and you won't have to check your notes to know what time lunch starts!
Monday, August 24, 2009

Afternoon Delight. My ARod

My Arod.

Kourtney And Her Baby Bump

Thursday, August 13, 2009

My New Face Product Cell Ceuiticals

Cell Ceuiticals

I have been using these products for over 2 months now. I always said I would post items that I have or am using. I love it, my skin feels beautiful, soft and reuvanated. The price is some what expensive but for my face price is not much of an option.

If you watch the show Keeping up with the Kardashians, then you just saw Bruce Jenner's corrective surgery to fix his somewhat over-processed look caused by a botched plastic surgery years ago. His overhaul was performed by Dr.Garth Fisher, M.D., F.A.C.S. who is known for producing surgical miracles even on the toughestcorrective surgeries.

So the moral of the story is that Dr. Fisher knows skin. Naturally would the transition into skin care guru be a perfect next step. He didn't just mail-in the formulations either, he developed some pretty ground-breaking knock-out products to tackle tough wrinkles based on 15 years of DNA research. In fact, he claims the products to be 300% more effective than the best department store brands with a guarantee of visible results in just 2 weeks.



Kourtney Is Pregnant

Kourtney is pregnant, she will reveal the baby's father on her upcoming show, however it doesn't take a genius to know. By the pictures below we assume it's Scott, also here is a clip from a recent interview.,,20297676,00.html



Celebs In Sight

Celebs In Sight!

John Mayers Apartment.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Celebs In Sight

Jennifer and Her Man.

My Man.... boy I love him. Kate is so lucky as you can see her in the back ground.

Kim, went blond and according to her this time around, she is not waering a wig. I like it it looks good.

Kim and koutney.

I have this jumsuit Kim is wearing very conformtable. Purchased at Express