I love spring for many reasons: warmer weather, celebrating my birthday, blooming flowers, and most of all because its time for spring cleaning! While those two words may not generate the same excitement for you, follow these tips and I promise, youll start the season with a bounce in your step, clear space in your mind, and a better organized home.
This summer, the head coordinator of the PTA of a local private school in Los Angeles hired me to give a presentation to the parents on getting students organized. I decided to call the workshop “Back to School Success.” The parents submitted several questions that were on their minds. Here are some of the most common questions and my answers: 1. What kind of system can you suggest to keep all the kids’ paperwork in one place?
The following is a guest post byLinda Sovich, Major Mom Liberator Fall is a great time of the year to get organized for the holidays, before everything gets too hectic. The following fall organizing tips from the experts at Major Mom are sure to help get you started on the right track for the upcoming season:
Between baseball, football, tennis, and basketball, my son needs his own social secretary just to run his extracurricular activities. Sadly, thats me! And although my daughter only plays tennis and basketball, she too has her share of uniforms, practice outfits, sneakers and gear. Whats the best way to organize all this equipment, not to mention the logistics? Here are my tips to help you through every sporting season under the sun:
My oldest son Edison, who is now sixteen, was invited to stay for a few days with a friend, whose parents live on a vineyard in Napa Valley. We live in Los Angeles. So I checked Amtrak, and found a not-too-circuitous route involving an Amtrak bus, a train, and another bus. It seemed like just the right kind of adventure for a 16 year-old.