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Organizing Your Family Command Center

Do you dream of turning your family “Drop Zone” into a neatly organized and attractive family hub? Setting up a Family Command Center is the best way to tackle the piles of paper, stay on top of bills, appointments, menu planning and provides a home for things like lost keys and permission slips. First, Find the Right Spot A place where everyone passes through is best. It could be a kitchen nook, mudroom or hallway, as long as it provides a place for a calendar and files. Think Short Term A successful Family Command Center holds things only for the current month, such as unpaid bills, upcoming school activities, appointments and events. Keep things like projects, magazines and long term fil

What Things Do You Save?

You have probably heard the question, “What things would you take from your house if it was burning down?” What would you race up to the attic to save? As I was cleaning out my attic the other day, I came across old birthday cards, love letters, my high school cheerleading jacket, an outfit from my honeymoon and a collection of record albums (and no turntable on which to play them!) These emotional objects instantly stirred up memories from years ago that came back instantly once I touched them. So many items were saved for sentimental reasons. It was truly a living archive of memories collected throughout the years. Consider this: would you still be able to recall all of the memories if th

"For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned."

- Benjamin Franklin

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