9 Tips to Organize and Maintain Kid Spaces

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Students are returning to school, and there’s no better time to get your kid’s spaces decluttered and organized so you can keep them tidy.  There are some common problems with keeping kid spaces organized, such as Kids’ belongings typically do not have a designated place or home. Kids don’t always have guidelines or instructions on…

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Why Every Family Needs a Command Center

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Learn what a family command center is and how it can help you and your whole crew be more organized every day. Plus, get ideas for how you can create your own command center on my Pinterest site. Why do I need a command center? Mail and other incoming paper lands on the kitchen counter…

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A Plethora of Household Organizing Tips

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Photo by www.beazy.co from Unsplash In our daily life, we all might experience stress from our jobs, finances, parenting, and other areas of our lives. Our home should be our refuge, a place where we feel safe and relaxed. Living in a messy, chaotic, and cluttered home can be stressful. When your home is cluttered,…

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Homeschooling Tips for Parents during the Coronavirus

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As schools across the U.S. close their doors to slow the coronavirus outbreak, parents are now, with little warning, scrambling to figure out how to homeschool their children. So, what do you do if you’re a parent now in charge of continuing your child’s education, in many cases while you’re also working from home? Without knowing…

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5 Steps to Organizing With Kids

5 Steps to Organizing with Kids Step 1 Strategize – Involve your child in the organizing process – Guide your child to make decisions about what to keep.  Focus on the present, rather than the past (keeping something because it represents a memory) or the future (holding on to something because they might need it ‘someday’).  When asking your child…

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