Simply Organized in 31 Days Challenge

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Simply Organized in 31 Days Challenge

I’m an organization junkie, I’m constantly moving things around and looking for more efficient systems in everything I do. This sickness (as I call it), tends to get worse at summer time. The kids are restless, everyone sleeps until lunch time, it’s a million degrees outside, and my brain just seems to work overtime thinking about what to clean, organize, categorize and label.

Where do I begin?

This summer I decided to make small changes instead of complete household overhauls like I’m known for in the past. I’m taking things slow at preparing my home for the busy fall schedule. I created at simple challenge to get my home just a little more organized this month. You can join me and post your progress on Instagram with the hashtag #organized31indays. You can download a printable copy of the challenge here.Organized In 31 Days Challenge

I asked some friends to share their best organization tips with me, and here they are for your perusal, in case you need just a bit more inspiration.

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CHORE Bingo Free Printable by Lara at Everyday Graces

Simple Tips to Manage Household Chores by Renée at Great Peace Academy

How to Use technology to Schedule Household Chores by Pat at Pat and Candy

10 Ways to Reclaim the School Room by Betsy at Family Style Schooling

How We Organized Our Homeschool Space

How To Be An Organized Homeschooling Parent by Sara at The Homeschool Post

How To Organize Your Homeschool… Once And For All by Kim at The Learning Hypothesis

31 Days of Practical Organizing Tips for a Homeschool Mom’s Life by Ann at Annie and Everything

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7 Easy Ways to Stay Organized This Summer by Pat at Pat and Candy

4 Ways to be Clutter Free Crafter by Pat at Pat and Candy

4 Ways to be Clutter Free Crafter by Pat at Pat and Candy

My Number One Rule of Homemaking by Sallie at A Quiet Simple Life

Three Steps to Family Organization by Ashley at Some Random Lady

100 Ways to Get Organized in 5 Minutes of Less by Ashley at Some Random Lady

Organized Busy Mom’s Tips To An AWESOME Life by Kim at The Learning Hypothesis

Organizing the Bedroom by Susan at Susan’s Homeschool Blog

How to Jazz Up Boring Storage With Custom Labels by by Betsy at Family Style Schooling

Prayer Binder Notebook by Jamie as See Jamie Blog

LEGO Organization and Storage: Our Method with Pictures by Sheila at Brain Power Boy

Organizing Your Kitchen by Susan at Susan’s Homeschool Blog

Kids in the Kitchen Recipe Binder by Lara at Everyday Graces

The Cook’s Book: My recipe Binder by Jamie at See Jamie Blog

Organizing Recipes by Susan at Susan’s Homeschool Blog


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