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Learning to stay organized in college is often a challenge — even for conscientious students. You no longer have mom or dad looking over your shoulder, checking to make sure assignments are completed on time. Your schedule is often erratic and unstructured, without the comforting daily routine you had in high school. And your professors…

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Is your child having trouble learning? Difficulty focusing, completing homework, participating in class? There’s a direct correlation between how organized a student is and how well they do in school. If your kid is struggling, the first step is to take a look at the tools you’re providing to develop good organizing skills. Set Up…

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School will be letting out soon for the summer and the kids will be home all day. That means rearranging your schedule to accommodate summer camps and trips to the pool and family vacations — it also means that your children will be having friends over and tearing your house up while you’re at work!…

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As those bright yellow buses start rolling again, parents are understandably concerned about the kind of learning experience their children will have in the classroom — but it’s just as important that you give your kids the right study environment (meaning an orderly and organized one) at home. Choosing A Location Where does your kid…

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School will be back in session soon — what does that mean to you? For some folks it’s supply-shopping, P.T.A. meetings, and artwork taped to the refrigerator — for others it’s the beginning of a constant struggle to stay on top of homework, extracurricular activities, and the household chores. How on earth do you make…

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Household management is a phrase brimming over with responsibility. Staying on top of everything that you personally have to do is a challenge — but managing all of your family members’ affairs can push you to your organizational limits! What you really need is a “command center” — a centralized place where you can store…

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Trying to coordinate and organize your family’s schedule can seem like a monumental task. Work responsibilities for mom and dad, extracurricular activities for the kids, trying to fit in chores and family time — how can you possibly manage it with only 24 hours in the day? All it takes is a little advance planning….

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