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To keep the trim or not? That was the question. I decided that if we kept the trim around the door, that it ultimately should be completely covered by the door when it was pulled closed. But that would also increase the size of the door by about 4-5 inches in width, and the door was already measuring pretty large. The alternative was to remove the trim, but that would require more drywall work and some fussy refinishing.
Quick Tip: We taped a couple of pieces of paper together that were scaled to the exact width of the door that we had planned to build. Then we drew the top trim boards based on our measurements and "installed" the paper on the rail with the hardware. This was a GREAT way to visualize how the door would cover the closet door casing and also allowed us to confirm that the boards we were planning on using to trim the face of the door would line up nicely with the hanging hardware. I like to visualize things before completely committing whenever possible.
Some years I set goals, and some I don't. There are times I worry about setting resolutions because of the fear of failure, or because I figure that they will all be forgotten by February. I also tend to over-analyze everything and can take goal setting too far. If goals become overly complicated, or out of touch, then I find I am less likely to feel motivated and encouraged. What I have found to work best for me is to:
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Houston, Texas, United States About Blog Professional-Organizer.com helps you make time and space for what's important to you! Working one on one with our clients, together we streamline your environment, create effective strategies for an organized lifestyle and help you prioritize organization in your daily routine. We empower and affirm our clients in their quest for organizing! Frequency 3 posts / month Blog professional-organizer.com/W..
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Valparaiso, Indiana, United States About Blog The Minimalist Woman blog began on Blogspot in January 2010 as a way to document her efforts at decluttering and simplifying her lifestyle. Meg's experience with decluttering brought about some surprising realizations and the blog's subject matter expanded to encompass thoughts on consumerism and its personal and cultural impact. Since Mar 2010 Blog minimalistwoman.com
About Blog Modern Parents Messy Kids is a lifestyle and design blog cataloging usable information on family friendly recipes, home organization, parenting topics, engaging play ideas, and photography. Find the best ideas on how to raise engaged kids, organize your life, and create a stylish home. Frequency 1 post / month Since Mar 2011 Blog modernparentsmessykids.com/c..
British Columbia, Canada About Blog Hi friends! Jenn here, creator of Clean and Scentsible. Clean and Scentsible is a creative lifestyle blog that is aimed at helping you create a beautiful, organized, and uncluttered home for you and your family to enjoy. We share organization and cleaning tips, simple DIY projects, beautiful home decor ideas, and lots of other fun things to inspire you along the way! Frequency 1 post / day Since Jul 2010 Blog cleanandscentsible.com
Shoreview, Minnesota, United States About Blog Sara Pedersen has offered hands-on organizing assistance for countless Twin Cities residents. She helps them organize, simplify, and discover time to do the things they love. Find blogs on organizing by Sara Pedersen. Frequency 2 posts / week Since Oct 2013 Also in Shoreview Blogs Blog timetoorganize.com/blog
United States About Blog I believe life is better when organized. Maybe I feel this way because I've moved into and organized 25 houses in 12 states and 3 foreign countries. In addition to organizing, I love to craft, love to repurpose and love to help solve problems. Ideas from a Military Mom with experience in moving, organizing, cooking, crafting and family life. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog organized31.com