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Win a Weekend with FlyLady

…solute discretion of the judges, and such decisions and determinations are not subject to further review or appeal by participants. Because of the unique nature and scope of the Contest, Sponsor cannot accurately predict the number of participants who will participate in the Contest. Odds of becoming a Finalist (and of winning Contest prize) depend on the nature, quality and number of eligible Entries received. Judging. The judges will judge the…

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…solute discretion of the judges, and such decisions and determinations are not subject to further review or appeal by participants. Because of the unique nature and scope of the Contest, Sponsor cannot accurately predict the number of participants who will participate in the Contest. Odds of becoming a Finalist (and of winning Contest prize) depend on the nature, quality and number of eligible Entries received.   Judging. The judges will…

July Habit #21 My Number One Concern

…ike I wanted to cry a little, that’s how overwhelmed I felt. Plus, it’s someone else’s dirt, that grosses me out even more. Then came the month of July with FlyLady’s habit of swishing and swiping. My number one concern was that I didn’t really dare to brush my teeth or go to the bathroom. Both the toilet and the sink were so dirty I couldn’t really look at them. So I began to swish and swipe. The first day,…

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Back to School Tips – 4

…it home with a classroom note. Older kids could do this themselves. The number each child is assigned are also handy for dismissing at transitional times. Instead of having everyone run to the door I can say, “If your number is greater than 3, but less than 7”, or “if your number is 6+6 please line up”. Of course I still call children by their names. At first I thought assigning numbers was impersonal, but now I realize…

Personal Yardsticks

…you would put Week 1, Week 2, Week 3 and so on across the horizontal axis, and the number 1-20 on the vertical axis. For the homework completion example, you would put each day of the week across the horizontal axis, and the number of minutes on the vertical axis. 4.Keep data — write down the numbers – and have your child enter it on the chart. (Children love to graph their progress — it’s very affirming to them.)…

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Self Esteem and Personal Yardsticks

…you would put Week 1, Week 2, Week 3 and so on across the horizontal axis, and the number 1-20 on the vertical axis. For the homework completion example, you would put each day of the week across the horizontal axis, and the number of minutes on the vertical axis. 4. Keep data — write down the numbers – and have your child enter it on the chart. (Children love to graph their progress — it’s very affirming to them.) 5….

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FLYing with Preschoolers

…is so long, but my child is the most important aspect of my life, and I know a lot of people feel the same way, and could always use extra tips. Feel free to edit this however you feel fit to do so. – in Minnesota 19. number one for me is making time to write the check for daycare. i pay it every 2 weeks, but for some reason (pre-flylady) i couldn’t get my act together and write the check on sunday night. i always ended up writing…

9/11 What Did it Do to You?

We all know exactly where we were thirteen years ago today at 8:46 am ET. From that point in time on, the number 911 means something more than the number to dial for an emergency. Now, that number lights up a part of our brains that can bring instant sadness, anger and fear as those memories come flooding back, full screen in HD. Aaron Brown’s voice (his first broadcast on CNN) led us moment-by-moment through the horror we all witnessed…

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FLYing with School Age Children

…Oh cards, toys, books, or other items belonging to my sons they go in the basket. After school or at other times I tell them to take three (or whatever number) of items from the ROUNDUP BASKET and put them away. I change the number depending on my whim or on the number of items to be put away. Credit for the name of the basket goes to my 7yo who also coined the phrase “five item roundup” — a small chore that is part of their…

Grandparents

…e getting a pretty three-ring binder and inserting divider pages that are photo collages of all the grandchildren. On the computer, we made pages with entries for her to fill in the names of her utility companies and account numbers, safe deposit box number, bank accounts, doctors, hospital information, insurance policies and numbers, investments, names of her accountant, lawyer, hair stylist…in short, everything about her life in one…

Deleting Emails was a Mistake

…ased a number of FlyLady products and have been trying to fly for at least -I am not kidding – five years, without success. I am a single working woman, and really wanted to get onboard when I bought a new house. But a number of crises – my mother’s sudden death, my sister’s struggle with cancer, my job funding going away, starting a new job, adding a cat to the mix, my father’s subsequent illness and surgery,…

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Retired and Needing The Calendar

…t was my husband’s appointment for his annual physical exam-even down to the phone number. Yesterday, his cousin was visiting and said I have to change my hearing aid battery. Doesn’t seem like the batteries last number of days the people claim. My husband went to the kitchen got our calendar and brought it in to show the cousin. My husband pointed to the sticker from my hearing aid battery and said her battery is good for 150 hrs or…

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FLYing with Big Families

…bedtime snack until the sinks are shined. My oldest daughters is responsible for making the grocery list on Wednesday evening. We do this together while we wait for the younger children at choir practice. Laundry rules. Rule Number 1 is do it every day, no matter what. Rule Number 2 is that nothing gets washed unless it’s in the hamper, and everyone is responsible for getting their own clothes into the hamper. Rule number 3 is that clothes are…

Column 20 – Good Habits are Hard to Break by the FlyLady, Marla Cilley

…ling that I have forgotten something. I believe that it is time for me to stop this silly experiment and begin this day again! We can start our day over at any time. Many of my automatic habits are piggybacked on my basic habit of getting up and getting dressed to shoes! I am headed back to bed so my feet will hit the floor running. I just realized this is like remembering your social security number. When I have to tell someone the last four…

Good Habits are Hard to Break

…ling that I have forgotten something. I believe that it is time for me to stop this silly experiment and begin this day again! We can start our day over at any time. Many of my automatic habits are piggybacked on my basic habit of getting up and getting dressed to shoes! I am headed back to bed so my feet will hit the floor running. I just realized this is like remembering your social security number. When I have to tell someone the last four…

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Back to Basics Mission #13

…game at work. This is a productive game! Here is what we do. Our timers played a big part of this game. We play FlyLady Bingo on Facebook all day long. Make a list of 7 things that need done in your home. Someone will call a number and every seven minutes another number is called. Get Out your timers, Put on some fun music! Get things done with your friends cheering you on! You are going to love this game. Go play FlyLady Bingo with us then send…

Cheap, Tasty, and Fast Chicken

…, Chicken breasts are a great starting point for a delicious and healthy meal. They’re a very lean source of protein and an excellent item to serve to your family on a regular basis. And I promise you that there’s an endless number of ways you can cook chicken breasts so that you don’t end up boring everyone to death with a plain, unappetizing, dried out hunk of poultry! The following is a list of ten different ways you can serve chicken breasts…

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What About My To Do List?

…a cup of something warm and comforting and just write things down. Number the list and start playing FlyLady Bingo. You can cut the list up and put in a bowl or roll a dice or two dice. Robert made me some wood tiles that I numbered 1-12. I pick out a number and do that item. When you look at your list, most of the things only take a few minutes. This is why we set up Anti-Procrastination Day. This is the day we can get some of those things…

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Good Habits are Hard to Break

…f my automatic habits are piggybacked on my basic habit of getting up and getting dressed to shoes! I am headed back to bed so my feet will hit the floor running. I just realized this is like remembering your social security number. When I have to tell someone the last four digits of my number; I have to start at the beginning. Ready Set Go! FlyLady Paper Clutter Control Tool All colors of our Office in a Bag are Half Price! You can get it with…

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Do You Make These Mistakes When Buying or Storing Olive Oil?

…chens of America’s top gourmet chefs, passionate foodies, and lovers of natural, healthy foods. Robinson does this through his Fresh-Pressed Olive Oil Club, which is strictly limited to just 20,000 members. He must limit the number of members in the club because his olive oils are sourced from the world’s most exclusive award-winning small family farms, and quantities are always limited. Joining the club gives you direct access to the purest,…

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April Habit #12 Simplicity and Sanctuary

Dear FlyLady, I finally mastered keeping the bed made! It’s all about simplicity and sanctuary. No fussiness – limit the number of linen pieces and definitely limit the number of pillows. I find that I cannot have decorative pillows on the bed – they are clutter to me. I have two cotton comforters (one for cold months and one for warm) and my sheets. I have one blanket for colder months. When I get up in the morning, first…

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October Habit #2 New Habit For October

…the others I have a check to prove that I have paid them. All of the other receipts go in the trash and get burned in the fireplace. 11. Old Phone books. Get rid of these. I keep one old one in my car for when I need a phone number or address. 12. CATALOGS: We all have these. We love to look at them. They keep coming every day. Get rid of them. If you want to order something then do it and toss the catalog. There are many online catalogs….

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Moving in May! Look How Far You Have Walked!

…fair and cultural centers, and its influence in commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world’s major global cities. This beach was listed as number one in a list of the top ten city beaches in the world according to National Geographic and Discovery Channel. Interesting Facts: Barcelona is the capital city of the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain as well…

Is There a Salmonella Risk in your Cupboard?

…e a wonderful source of nutrition which I’ve written about before. But the FDA here in the US and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to our north, are both recalling several brands of chia which have been linked to a number of cases of salmonella poisoning. As of this writing, 21 Americans and 34 Canadians have ended up with salmonella linked to the consumption of tainted chia! Yikes! The FDA has reported a voluntary recall of Organic…

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October Habit #1 Your New Habit for October

…the others I have a check to prove that I have paid them. All of the other receipts go in the trash and get burned in the fireplace. 11. Old Phone books. Get rid of these. I keep one old one in my car for when I need a phone number or address. 12. CATALOGS: We all have these. We love to look at them. They keep coming every day. Get rid of them. If you want to order something then do it and toss the catalog. There are many online catalogs….

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January Habit #30 My Perfectionist Inner Child/Brat

…at blessing and use the kinetic (moving) energy to transition to something that I didn’t necessarily feel like doing 5 minutes ago while I was still sitting on my couch. The best part is that since January started, the number of blessings I was whining about has dwindled significantly. MY CONTROL JOURNAL!!!!!! I have perfectionism issues with a paper control journal. A paper control journal, even on Post-it notes or note cards, seems so…

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February Habit #18 A Work In Progress

…since 2014, it has become the home of my sewing room as it is not damp, but dry and comfortable at 66 degrees year round. Nearly ten years ago, this big dirty cluttered room full of stuff had me fed up once again. I bought a number of new shelves and began clearing out an area so I could work and felt I was making progress then my oldest son moved home and started divorce proceedings with his wife. My newly cleaned area became home to his excess…

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Free Thanksgiving Menu Mailer

…it in the linen closet or label it instructing your loved ones to stay far, far away from this Thanksgiving food item. 3) The Turkey. If you’re going to order a fresh one, do it now and make sure you get a confirmation number (put the confirmation number on your calendar or checklist). If you’re buying frozen and have the room, go ahead and purchase it now. 4) Serving Pieces. Do you have everything you need? Platters, serving…

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Everybody Doesn’t Have To Go To College

…ts can earn an associate’s degree, a diploma, or a certificate in a wide variety of fields. Associate’s degrees require the most coursework, diploma programs are about half of that, and certificate programs require the least number of courses. For example, an associate’s degree in computer programming requires 22 courses, the diploma requires 12 courses, and the certificate requires 5 courses. Associates degrees are two-year college degrees that…

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FLYing Lesson: FlyLady’s Moving Tips

…d every box — and creating even more CHAOS! As far as labeling the boxes, if you start packing up the things that you will not need, and start at one and label in ascending order, you will know that the boxes with the lowest numbers can be unpacked last. The higher-numbered boxes are the ones with the stuff you use the most. Newspapers or Newsprint paper: This is for packing your dishes and other breakable items. You can never have enough…

FlyLady’s Favorites

…ass Digital Lithium Scale My sweetie has been weighing himself every morning for years. It is his way of staying in touch with him body clutter. I have learned from his example and I am getting over the sticker shock of that number. Each morning I have been weighing myself and it does not have to ruin my day. It is just a number. ~ FlyLady Yankee Candle – 22 oz. Candle Jar I love to burn scented candles. I need to use the ones in glass…

Contact Us

…or your order? Send an e-mail to us! Please use the correct e-mail and subject line — it helps us sort the e-mails and we can get an answer back to you faster! Note from the FLY Shop: Please include your name, address, phone number, what you ordered, the date you ordered it, the e-mail address used to place the order, and your order number (if you have one/know it) with your e-mail so we can track it down. Please do not send us business or…

Slow Cooker Chicken Recipes

…for 3 hours*. We eat the chicken with rice, using the dressing as a sauce on the rice, and a green salad. Preparation time is minimal, and the end results are delicious. *The length of cooking time will vary depending on the number of chicken breasts needed to cook (more breasts mean longer cooking time). P.S. My crockpot is my favorite tool in the kitchen. Back to Top Chicken with Salsa Cook chicken in your crockpot adding salt, pepper, onions,…

Control Journal, Step 15: Emergency Numbers

…as your own in case someone needs to get ahold of you, such as a babysitter or homesitter The phone numbers of your next of kin, your parent(s), siblings, and/or a close friend that lives nearby. Your children’s school numbers. Numbers for insurance claims Phone numbers for your local utilities emergency numbers: Gas Water Sewer Electricity Phone Cable Numbers for your favorite, most dependable repairmen. Plumber Electrician Appliance…

Monthly Habit: October – Paper Clutter

…t the truth is we cook the same ole things all the time. What happens when you want to find a recipe you saw in some magazine or some cookbook in your library or drawer of recipes. You can’t find it! I have reduced the number of cookbooks that I have. Only the ones I love have I kept. Also my Sweet Darling is a wonderful cookie baker. He has his very own cookbooks. I had to be very careful when decluttered our cookbooks. I accidently took…

Fun and More Fun! Another $15 Saved

…that I’ll refill from the water cooler (no cost!). I also bought a water filter for my kitchen sink. It cost me $40, but I’ll save about $3.50 each week from buying a six-pack of bottled water (not to mention the number of bottles I pick up somewhere when I’m out). Total savings, probably around $25 a month…. which is half the cost of the filter right there! Without even trying, I’ll save about $100 this month!!…

4 Steps to a Clean, Cozy, Peaceful Home

…care. We know and understand what you’re going through. No matter what your problem, we have qualified counselors to help you now,” the kind woman’s soft voice floated over lovely, peaceful organ music. Mrs. Brace wrote the number in the dust on the dashboard and as soon as she got home, she called. “Ring, ring, ring?” “Link Care Center how may I direct your call?” “I need to talk to a counselor. I heard your advertisement on the radio and I…

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Help I Have Little Children

…yLady Bingo. Here is how you play this game. Make a numbered list of six things that you need to accomplish. You can also make a list for your two year old to do right along side of you. Get out your timer. You can write the numbers on popcicle sticks, pieces of paper, or use a dice. Pull out a number, set your timer for ten minutes or fifteen minutes and do that one thing. Here is a list of six items for your two year old. 1. Fold wash cloths…

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March Habit #9 I Stopped Fighting

…empty the apron every day. A final thought, I’ve been de-cluttering over the course of the last year and three months. I am not a clutter bug, still, my goal was to get rid of at least 30% of my stuff. It was a random number that I picked, to make it easy to put a target on making choices. At least one in three pieces of clothing left the house, almost 50% of the books, lots of extra cooking gear, and even pieces of furniture. Next week,…

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January Habit #2 My Shiny Sink has Transformed my Kitchen

…What I found seemed zany and somewhat crazy: exactly what I needed by that point. My house was CHAOS and I tried staying away from it as much as possible, which wasn’t much as I’m a SAHM. So when I read Babystep number 1, I thought, “beats actually doing the dishes” and went to it. My sink was by no means a bio hazard, but it certainly wasn’t clean and far from shiny. All my adult life I’ve struggled with…

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