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One Year to an Organized Life: From Your Closets to Your Finances, the Week-by-Week Guide to Getting Completely Organized for Good by Regina Leeds

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WEEK TWO

Kids’ Rooms

This week, you can

• Bring order to your child’s bedroom

• Calm the elements in your child’s bedroom: books, toys, DVDs, and so on

• Introduce “paper problem” solutions to your kids

Time required: Thirty minutes for journal work; one hour to shop if supplies are needed; one to two hours to organize the bathroom; three to five hours to do the bedroom.

THIS WEEK IS THE IDEAL TIME TO organize your child’s bedroom and bath, if he or she has a separate bathroom. If you started the program last January, you are by now an experienced organizer and your own room offers a wonderful example to your child. If not, take the time this week to work on your room first. If your children are older, tell them that you want to help them have ...

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