MommaJam on 95.9 WATD-FM: 3 Tips to De-clutter Your Home, Pantry, Kids!

January 20, 2012 at 2:15 pm Leave a comment


This week on MommaJam with 95.9 WATD-FM, we talk about getting rid of old stuff around the house, cleaning your pantry and refrigerator, and feeling renewed for 2012.

Here are 3 tips to help you get it done:

1.  Check out a cool, new company called thredUP that lets you trade clothes, toys and books with other moms online.  This is a great service for when your kids outgrow Star Wars, but are then into Pokemon or love GAP.  Go to to learn more about how to start trading with other moms and join the thredUP community.

2.  FOOD TUESDAY this week is all about organizing your pantry and refrigerator.  Get rid of old and moldy food that’s expired.  Make lunch and dinner with ingredients you already have.  Right now, Americans toss about 25 percent of their groceries each year.  Ouch!

3.  Clean your office, work space or family nerve center.  Clean up the holiday mess and get organized.  Recycle what you should pass on and toss the rest.

In the end, you’ll feel better and live a happier life.  Smile!

Related Articles:

thredUP: Digital Trading Post for Moms

FOOD TUESDAY:  Clean Out Your Fridge & Pantry


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