Book Shelves and a Dresser!

The kids bedroom is lacking of dresser for they have so much clothes that they don’t wear anymore and other stuffs. Hubby and I decided to go and look for new dresser. The book shelves were not in the plan that day but definitely we need something to store our kids toys. Their toys were in the crib. Yes, you read it right! The toys were in the crib, it was a big crib! Because it was big, it was hogging the space.

We found a dresser and we bought it. A,lso, we spotted the shelves and thought that it will be nice to used to store the kids toys. We got one tall shelf and other one shelf was in medium size and height. Our daughter that day was in school. Hubby and I were busy prganizing and cleaning up the kids bedroom. The bed really looked so nice and different. The new dresser and book shelves gave it a different look.

Hubby decided to picked up our daughter at school. That way, she would be home early. When she got home, she was very excited and could not stopped saying “AWESOME!” – yes, she was so happy! :)

I put some of their unused clothes and toys that they don’t liked anymore in a bag to donate somewhere.

Tips in Remodeling Your Kitchen

Remodeling the Kitchen? Tips to Keep Your Sanity

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Kitchen remodeling can make your space look much nicer, and if it’s been a while since your home was built, spending money in the kitchen just makes sense. That’s especially true if you’re doing a renovation in order to sell your house since many potential homebuyers actually look at the kitchen first.

However, the process of actually getting the job done can be very difficult for a homeowner. Use these tips when remodeling your kitchen if you want to keep yourself and your family sane.

1. Schedule days off with your contractor. It’s tempting to get the work done by having people there almost seven days per week, but if you do that, you’ll lose your mind, especially if the job is more than a few weeks.

Make sure you at least take Sunday off if you’re in a time crunch and can’t afford those lazy Saturdays.

2. Cook outside to avoid making a mess in the kitchen. Sure, takeout Chinese food and pizza work for a while, but an outdoor cookout is more fun. Grill fish, chicken, veggies – whatever works for you and your family. You’ll save money over ordering out and have leftovers for the next day, too.

3. Determine your budget early and then put 10% aside like you aren’t planning on spending it. That way you’ll be able to pay the contractors if anything goes wrong during the process or the job ends up being over budget before completion.