Spring cleaning isn’t fun — especially that disorganized closet! In Minnesota, it’s actually important to organize as we move season to season; otherwise you’re stuck with sweaters on T-shirt days or vice versa!
Did you know January is National Get Organized month? This week, the WCCO Morning Show is focusing on what many of you listed as a top New Year’s resolution — getting organized — and how you can keep the trend going throughout 2014.
Regardless of how your 2013 was, everyone gets a fresh start on Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014. For many, they mark this new beginning with a resolution. Much like the first day of school, looking at your goals for the year can be daunting.
The clock is ticking to get your home ready for visitors over the holidays. And if you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner this week, you may have spent some time over the weekend clearing out cluttered areas and cleaning up.
Nearly 100 Minnesota high school athletic directors gathered on Tuesday to listen to guest speakers help teach them about leadership, organization, and most importantly about getting the right coaches for the right kids. “To take the principals, the concepts, the legal issues, and the coaching issues and leadership issues and apply them to the schools they’re at,” Ted Schultz said.
Spring is finally in the air and a lot of people are gearing up for some good old fashioned spring cleaning. While you’re doing that, it’s a good time to get organized, which can be especially difficult if you have children.
Sources tell WCCO’s Mike Max that the No. 1 reason Percy Harvin left the team this season was not his injury, but it was motivated by a blowup he had with Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier.
If you plan on hosting overnight guests, you are going to need to prep your home for their arrival.
The bags are packed and the move-in date is coming up fast. Now all that’s left before moving into the dorms and starting a new life at college is dorm-room shopping. Here are some essential items to put on that shopping list.
A group of passionate cyclists got together for a new adventure: Raise 5,000 bikes for kids who need them. And this is the last weekend to get everything done.
One Minneapolis organization provides free meals to families in need — and a chance to start over.
Just because you have to age, doesn’t mean you can’t do it with some edge and flair. That what one group of local women are doing. Suzanne Bates and Jean Ketcham, co-founders of Aging But […]