I’ve never worked with an organizer, and frankly never considered the value of one given that I’m fundamentally somewhat organized myself. But folks… my mind has changed. There is NO way I could have accomplished what Emily and her team did and I’m a convert!
I have a confession to make. I’m in Atlanta right now for WorkbenchCon and I’ve already finished and photographed the homework area and it’s ALL I CAN DO not to show you the reveal!! But, that wouldn’t be fair to all the other ladies participating so I’ll sit on my hands and simply share a little update with you. But you will DEFINITELY want to come back next week because the space looks so so so cute!
Three weeks in the new rental, boxes are unpacked and I’m ready to start plotting and planning. If you saw the post about this rental then you remember there’s a funny room off the kitchen. I mean it’s not funny persay… I’m sure it’s intended to be a little eating nook. But it’s way to small for our five kids…
With five kids in school, the volume of papers coming home is intense. MANY of those papers aren’t important but that means lots of them ARE! I needed a better system than piles of paper on the counter. Thankfully, it didn’t take much brain power to make sense of our family papers, so I thought I’d share what worked for us here!