The sentiments ring out again and again. Going back to school this year is like no other. Whether your child returns to the brick and mortar, participates in remote learning or a combination of both, create organizing systems to support a successful school year.
Back to School and Home Again
Remember when going back to school was considered the most wonderful time of the year? My how times have changed! Fast forward and here we are,
In this unprecedented and historic time, rules, regulations and policies are changing by the minute. Life is anything but business as usual. Still, there remains a pressing need to help society’s most vulnerable. That’s where donation outlets and charities have routinely stepped in, thanks to the generosity of those who can donate. However, some of these organizations have had to temporarily shutter their doors to keep everyone involved safe.That means that while decluttering might be a good use of your time at home,
In the blink of an eye, the world has changed. That can be true for us individually when incidents, accidents and circumstances happen in our lives and those of family members that are simply out of our control. What we are experiencing now, Coronavirus, has gripped us all tightly and bound us together like nothing we have ever seen.
Breaking news about some aspect of the virus doesn’t seem to be breaking news at all.
He’s a saver, you donate a box of goods every week. Your socks are folded and filed standing at attention when you open the drawer. His socks are a jumble of cloth, partners long ago separated, never to be reunited again. Alas, you love him.
The universe is a funny thing balancing itself out when needed, as in opposites attract. What once may have qualified as a quirky and sweet habit is now driving you around the bend.
It’s often said that if you want to maintain an organized home, think like a kindergartner. It may likely be the first place where children are introduced to the concept of organizing and it provides a great foundation to organize any room in your house.
Choose an area and sort like items together. Naming each category identifies the type of items that should live together. Kindergarten students know they can find popsicle sticks in the craft section and books in the reading nook.