Finding Inspiration on Facebook

If you’re like us, you spend far too much time on Facebook. However, we have found success in adding a variety of sites to our news feed to inspire us! We prefer to view these posts through Facebook, that way you can see a quick summary of the article/post/site and decide if you’re interested. Plus, you are destined to be continuously inspired as you scan through the day’s posts. Here are a few of our favorite pages.

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Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn

While both Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn are geared toward more than just organizing, they have some great tips for organizing everything from your freezer to your closet. Bonus: Some of our favorite recipes come from the The Kitchn!


Becoming Minimalist

Becoming Minimalist is an inspiring wellness site focused on cutting out the clutter and simplifying your life. We often read the thought provoking articles for home (and mind) inspiration.



All the little hacks you ever wanted to know are listed here at Lifehacker. They have tips and tricks for problems you didn’t even you know you had.


The Art of Simple

A refreshing blog on the daily pressures of “doing it all.” The Art of Simple is a quiet space to reflect back on the things that really matter. Living simply is the motto and clutter is the enemy.



When you’re looking for the best of the best in productivity guides, Productivityist is it! App reviews, guides for organizing your time, and tips to do it all quickly; that’s what Productivityist is all about.


Harvard Business Review

It may seem like the Harvard Business Review is all about business, but that’s far from the truth. Much like Lifehacker, HBR is about being conscious of our every day decisions – including productivity, organization and brain space.


Family Lemonade Stand

And of course, the Family Lemonade Stand!


Do you have other resources that should be added to this list? Let us know!