Monday, October 28, 2013

Day 1 Introduction

Hello friends this is November challenge of the month
So just 31 days a day and keep your chaos away
Take one Task a day keep chaos away
Today is the first day of home organization means 31 days of organization
This is the Introduction part of my challenge that Is
In this chapter or project we will learn the basics and simple tips in creating planning and organizing home
Home is where we live and make it as beautiful as we can. It is our duty to organize and manage home
So by applying these tips and tricks your Home will become Home sweet home
I have divided my home organizing into different parts
I love to clean, organize and decorate my home
Basics of organizing
There are mostly 6 steps in organizing and planning a home sweet home
Make a  schedule : The very first step in this series is to make your own schedule

Set aside a regular short period of time each week for the family to straighten up the house. It teaches good habits to the kids and gives the family a project to do together. Everyone will feel better when the job is done, and might just look forward to the day when they know things are going to be neat and organized.
I am a big fan of fly lady daily morning and night musings
I apply it to me and it worked well
So divide your daily morning and before bed time according to your situations
After reading article of morning and bed time routine I divided mine
Morning routine
1.       Wake up  on fixed time and brush my hair and teeth
2.       Drink water
3.       Prepare lunch box for  DH  and tea and breakfast for me
4.       Wash dishes and had a cup of tea
5.       Clean bathroom and bathroom counters daily
6.       Make beds
7.       Had bath and prayer time for me and DD
8.       Clean breakfast dishes and kitchen counters and mop the kitchen floor
9.       Blogging time
10.    One project at a time
11.    15 minutes of loving exercise and music
What’s for dinner?
Drink your water.

Bed time routines
1.       Shine the kitchen sink
2.       Prepare for next day lunch chopping vegetables and boxes on the floor
3.       Dinner
4.       Wash your face brush your teeth and make your hair and wear your night pajama’s
5.       Reading time
6.       Go to bed on decent time
2.       Best way to tackle Cleaning
1.     Always start at the top of the room and work your way down.
2.     Always clean top to bottom. When you dust, start at the top and work down.
3.     Clean as you go! It takes a lot less time to remove new dirt than old, and to clean and put away stuff as you use it, than to clean and store the pile-up you can accumulate.
4.     Prioritize, if your time is limited decided what is most important.
5.     Delegate, get the entire family involved.
6.     Make a checklist, when a job is completed, check it off - you'll feel as though you are really accomplishing something.
7.     Keep a basket in the kitchen for the mail, newspaper, car keys to help with clutter.
8.     A house that smells fresh will give the impression of cleanliness. Leave baking soda on carpeting for the night to absorb musty odors, vacuum in the morning.
9.     Dip a 100% cotton cleaning cloth in your solution. Wring out the excess and then wipe the window to loosen dirt.
10. Don't clean windows while they are in direct sunlight. Your cleaning solution will dry too fast.

3.      Dusting Tip

Choose Good Tools
There are a ton of dusting products on the market, but each one has its own set of pros and cons. Use the right dusting tool for your jobs. Microfiber cloths work well because they trap even tiny particles of dust. Lambswool and electrostatic dusters are popular for this same reason. Many people prefer to use their vacuum cleaner to dust since all the particles get sucked away into the vacuum cleaner.


4.     Newspaper

Before you toss out (or better, recycle) your newspaper, use it to get rid of some garbage grime. Cover the bottom of your trashcan with old newspapers to soak up leaks and odors.

These are several tips which I have taken from various articles and apply on me and then I am sharing it with you in this one article
Thanks for reading my article waiting for your comments

With love

Hey Friends I am back with new ideas
sorry I haven't been posting by past few days little bit busy with my little angel and organizing my home sweet home.
 But I am back with new ideas and projects to share with u my dear friends
My new project is  31 days of organizing home sweet home

Here is a list of things or tasks operated in these 31 days of organizing
Day 1: Introduction or Basics of organizing skills
Day 2: Kitchen drawers
Day 3:Bathroom organization and deep cleaning
Day 4:Master bedroom deep cleaning and decorating and organizing
Day 5:Master bedroom closet :Me
Day 6:Master Bedroom closet DH
Day 7:Master Bedroom Linen closet
Day 8:Kitchen cabinet 1
Day 9: Kitchen cabinet 2
Day 10 :Kitchen cabinet 3
Day 11:Kitchen cabinet 4
Day 12: Kitchen cabinet 5
Day 13:Kitchen cabinet 6
Day 14: Deep Fridge Cleaning
Day 15:Deep microwave and dish washer cleaning
Day 16 Rest day and make weekly and monthly grocery planning and list.
Day 17 Deep cleaning of living room area and all glasses and table and tv stand and decorate the whole living area
Day 18 medicine and extra storage cabinet cleaning
Day 19 Pantry organization
Day 20 Prayer cabinet cleaning
Day 21: DH Room organization and deep cleaning
Day 22. paper clutter or organization
Day 23 Make up and accessories organization
Day 24:Monthly menu planning
Day 25 Fan light and switches cleaning
Day 26 Door cleaning
Day 27 Kitchen under the sink organization
Day 28 Bathroom under the sink organization
Day 29 Labeling
Day 30 Deep vacuuming and car cleaning and garage cleaning(If you have your garage as I am living in apartment so I don't I have garage.So I will not be able to post on this topic but you can add it to your list of organizing a garage)
Day 31
Link up part coming soon of organizing home in 30 days

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Recipe of the day : Aachari Paneer

Recipe of the day

Aachari paneer


1 cup paneer (cottagte cheese) cubes
1 tsp fennel seeds (saunf)
1/4 tsp mustard seeds ( rai / sarson)
5 to 6 fenugreek (methi) seeds
1 tsp nigella seeds (kalonji)
1/2 tsp cumin seeds (jeera)
1/2 tsp asafoetida (hing)
1/2 cup thinly sliced onions
1/2 tsp turmeric powder (haldi)
1/2 tsp chilli powder
1/2 tsp black salt (sanchal)
3/4 cup fresh curds (dahi)
1 tsp plain flour (maida)
3 tbsp chopped corriander (dhania)
1 tbsp oil
salt to taste

Method of cooking 

  • Mix the fennel seeds, mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, nigella seeds, cumin seeds and asafoetida in a small bowl.
  • Heat the oil and add the seed mixture.
  • When they crackle, add the onion and saute till it turns translucent.
  • Add the paneer, turmeric, chilli powder, black salt and stir for some time.
  • Add the curds, sprinkle the plain flour and mix well.
  • Add the coriander and salt and bring to a boil.
  • Serve hot with rotis or butter naan

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Weekly menu planner

Weekly menu planner
planner planner planner a head
Here it is
my first weekly planner
hope you like and
waiting for your response

Wednesday, May 8, 2013


Organizing Home

Home sweet home

Brings you most effective ways of organizing  you small appartments





Monday, May 6, 2013


Organizing challenge

These are the projects  which are on my way to discuss on the blog
15 days of organization is just a base or beginner’s guide to organize a home sweet home

Project cleaning list:
1.To do list daily
2.Weekly cleaning list
3.Monthly cleaning list
4.Annually cleaning list

Menu meal planner
Daily / Weekly/ Monthly/Quarterly/ Annually

Grocery shopping list
Weekly/ Monthly/Annually

Shopping List
Weekly/ Monthly/Annually

Friday, May 3, 2013

Day #3 CHALLENGE The Kitchen cabinet

The Kitchen cabinet
Day #3 challenge
Again a great challenge in organizing Home sweet Home

Kitchen organization, according to Lisa Zaslow of Gotham Organizers in New York City, is one of the more manageable tasks in organizing a home. “Think about it,” says Lisa, “no one ever lays down a fork in the cupboard; it goes in the utensil drawer.” Kitchens do offer a lot of ready-made organization: frozen items go in the freezer, pans go with pans, and knives go with knives.