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March 26, 2008

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Jillian

Mari,

Thank you for the compliment...but...Ouch! I hope your husband never reads that. I would be hurt if my spouse said that about me. I would have no motivation to improve, either. I try to never say/write anything that I wouldn't want my husband to hear/read...even if it is a "joke", and even if it is true.

And if you try to "force" a man to do something, he's likely to do the opposite, or else become resentful. Just a thought. :-)

I've been reading Fascinating Womanhood and Created to Be His Help Meet (some of you can probably tell, lol) and just putting a couple of things into practice has changed my life and revolutionized my marriage. I don't think I've been this happy since my honeymoon. Just trying to spread the love!

I'm glad you stopped by, and I hope the organization tips are helpful for you! I appreciate the feedback from you and everyone else. So far this system is working better than I hoped, and the kids are proud of themselves for keeping it that way.

Mari Ickes

Brilliant! My husband is a sahd, and he needs all the organizing tips he can get. Actually, he is fine with the mess... I can use all the organizing tips I can get then FORCE him to use them!!

Mrs. Brownstone @ XBOX Wife

This is a great idea! Losing game pieces drives me a little batty!

Sarah

Great idea! :)

Ann'Re

Thanks for the great ideas...especially about the Game Savers! I need to get started soon on all our games. :)

Rhen @yestheyareallmine

I have had my puzzles organized this way for quite some time now but the games are another story. I like those game boxes!!

Totallyscrappy

We keep our puzzles and games in a dresser as well, but my dresser is not as neat and organized as yours! Thanks for the inspiration to spruce up my organization!

C Duran

Those are some great ideas. Thanks for the tips and the pictures to illustrate them!

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