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Should You Make Your Kids Wait Until High School for a Cell Phone?

Should You Make Your Kids Wait Until High School for a Cell Phone?

 Its a question that every family faces in the modern day. Our kids want their smartphones to keep up with their friends and what they see in the media. Parents want to keep in touch with and track of their kids. But what age is the right age to start down the road with cell phones? 
4 Ways to Make Your Mornings Go Smoother with Kids

4 Ways to Make Your Mornings Go Smoother with Kids

Get out the door faster, with the things you need, and without less fuss and complaining.   Does your morning routine lack organization? Are you ...
Keep Yourself Organized with These Fun Mobile Apps

Keep Yourself Organized with These Fun Mobile Apps

    Your phone can actually assist you in becoming a better organizer in 2018.   You’re on your phone constantly, so why not see it as the valuabl...
Setting SMART Goals for the Upcoming School Year

Setting SMART Goals for the Upcoming School Year

With a new school year fast approaching, it’s time to set up systems that make the transition from home to classroom smoother. Doing so preserves y...
Disorganization Culprits Threaten the Sanctity of the Home and Workplace

Disorganization Culprits Threaten the Sanctity of the Home and Workplace

Chronic disorganization is a problem that many homes and workplaces face. When families and employees don’t have a system in place to take care of ...
10 Ways to Teach Your Kids Organizational Skills

10 Ways to Teach Your Kids Organizational Skills

  Kids aren’t always mindful about what they do or where they place things. That’s why it’s important to teach them organizational skills early ...
Use Spring Break as a Time to Get Your Kids Organized

Use Spring Break as a Time to Get Your Kids Organized

  Spring Break isn’t always for vacationing. Sometimes, it’s time to get things back in order if they’ve fallen off track. If you and your famil...
Free printable weekly planner to guide your student to success.

Free printable weekly planner to guide your student to success.

Getting organized and creating short focused to-do lists, can be some of the simplest strategies to getting things done, staying on track, and being successful.

Here's a quick, easy, ready-to-go weekly planner to help the student in your life keep track of their assignments, projects and tasks, and stay on track to getting things done.