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Back To School: Set Up A Homework Station
Back To School: Set Up A Homework Station

Whether your kids have already started school or if you still have several weeks left to your summer, it’s never too late or too early to begin to set your stellar student up for success this school year.

Having a dedicated place for your child to do his homework is an important part of your school routine.  It can be a desk in his room or at the kitchen table or even curled up on the couch.  Each child has a different learning and studying style so it’s not a one-size fits all situation. A nearby bookcase, cupboard or even a portable bin, should serve as supply store for your child’s work.  Stock with any necessary tools such as notebook paper, pens, pencils, crayons, markers and rulers.

By giving your child the tools of organization, you can help them relieve the stress of finding their backpack and knowing when the next test is.  When they are not as worried about those kinds of things, they can put their energies into the academics of school and, who knows, they might actually like it!

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Want more quick tips to get organized in a snap? Check out Good Life’s “Two Minutes to Organized” Ebook at http://www.goodlifeorganizing.net/TwoMinutestoOrganized.html .

Andi Willis is a Professional Organizer and the owner of Good Life Organizing based in Perry, GA.  She is a home organizing expert who loves to help people find creative solutions to organize their homes and simplify their lives. Andi can help you get past the clutter and get on with your life! 

Andi is a proud member of National Association of Professional Organizers, Institute for Challenging Disorganization, Association of Personal Photo Organizers and the Perry Area Chamber of Commerce. She also is a Certified Personal Photo Organizer and holds Certificates of Study in Chronic Disorganization and Hoarding from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization.

Find Andi at Good Life OrganizingFacebookTwitter and Pinterest. You can also contact her by email or (478) 550-1969.

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