Tupperware!

When I first started dreaming about Harmony, it seemed like the sky was the limit! I had all of these ideas about what I could do, and how I could do them. The earliest idea was to somehow incorporate some form of container storage to my offerings, and of course, Tupperware was my first thought. Now, fast forward two years later, and I’m doing it! I’m now officially selling Tupperware. Yay!! This seems like a super natural add on to my existing services - my clients need this product in their homes!

Tupperware has an amazing pantry option. I can actually measure your space, look at your regular grocery list and figure out the correct sizing of Tupperware containers that you need. Say goodbye to those extra baggies of your leftover pantry items. This is actually what I am most excited for!!

The second thing I am excited for is more options for your busy life, while being environmentally conscious. We recently as a family purchased the sandwich saver . My husband takes a sandwich to lunch EVERY.SINGLE.DAY, and it makes me so happy to use this re-usable container over Ziplock baggies every day.

Lastly, I went to my cousin’s Tupperware meal prep party two weeks ago and things started resurfacing. Why didn’t I do this sooner! We made five, four-portion meals, AND took them home in NEW Tupperware freezer safe containers. Seriously, any Mom’s dream! So - stay tuned… I’m hoping to host some of these meal prep parties in the very near future!

In the meantime - have a browse around my Tupperware site, and let me know if you have any questions!

https://heatherharcott.my.tupperware.ca/

My love...

I LOVE a good Lazy Susan… I was first introduced to this concept in my parent’s 1980s home. We kept all of our baking supplies in our built in lazy Susan. It was a dream to keep everything organized and well accessible. Fast forward to 2019 and I am buying these for every room in my home. My girl’s bathroom to keep medicine and essential oils, my pantry to keep baking supplies and oil/balsamic and even on my kitchen table to keep decor and sometimes serve food. There are a couple of reasons why I love this product:

  1. It makes it super easy to see everything - nothing gets lost way in the back of your shelf

    - Because you’re seeing everything - the chances that you actually use the things before they expire increases!

  2. They minimize mess. If you have a spill from an oil or cooking product - you can just wipe it clean! You’re also not reaching over everything to fight your way to the back of your cupboard and risk knocking things over.

  3. They’re fun - tell me that spinning this and finding your olive oil or hair spray doesn’t make you kind of feel like an organized rock star!

Here are a couple of my fave styles:

https://www.bedbathandbeyond.ca/store/product/copco-18-inch-non-skid-cabinet-lazy-susan/1010401887

https://www.bedbathandbeyond.ca/store/product/godinger-marble-lazy-susan-in-white/1060432803?keyword=lazy-susan

https://www.bedbathandbeyond.ca/store/product/idesign-reg-pantry-cabinet-linus-lazy-susan-turntable/3283259?keyword=lazy-susan

New Year, Same Me...

2018 was a great year - looking back on everything this business did, I am so proud. Proud of the successes, but more proud of the failures. Proud to have taken risks, proud to have put myself out there (true introvert over here!)

One thing I have struggled with since I started Harmony was social media. I have NO problem posting personally - because I know my Grandma really loves seeing pictures of my girls and my life! But professionally is another story. And you know what, that’s OK! I’ve decided for 2019, I am going to try something different! Instead of posting on social media, I’m going to try posting more genuine organized thoughts. Helpful tips and tricks I’ve learnt through my years around the sun.

Resolutions/goals to me are all about organization. Setting a plan for the upcoming year. Last year instead of making lofty year-long resolutions, I made monthly goals. I found that making something quantifiable for me worked best. It helped me stay focused on what I wanted to do and left me feeling proud of what I had accomplished. BOTH personally and professionally!

Here are a couple of my goals for 2019:

  1. Read three books a month

  2. Volunteer once a quarter

  3. Drink three glasses of water a day

  4. Stretch+meditate+exercise 3-4 times/week

  5. Choose one space in my house/week to focus on decluttering