Back to School Organizing: Washington Post Feature

back to school organizingDo you have a back to school organizing game plan ready to go? 

The new school year is right around the corner and a successful and organized transition into the Fall can set the tone for the rest of the year (and help you avoid the insane rush at the school supply store the night before the first day). Back to school organizing is a great opportunity to get the entire family involved so you can make life simpler and empower your kids to create organizing systems that will help them to be organized and productive now and also teach them to create organizing systems in the future. 

Does back to school in your house mean piles of books and papers and supplies everywhere? Don't worry, with a back to school organizing game plan, you and your kids can start of the year on the right foot and tame the school supply clutter.

This is a hectic time of year for the whole family, so just take it one step at a time. I was just featured in The Washington Post for my organizing expertise on this topic. Check out the video below featuring my two mini organizers then, click on this link to read all of my tips, tricks and professional organizing secrets to back to school organizing as strategic as possible. Also, don't forget to take a look below to see where you can get all of the great products seen in this video. 

back to school organizing

Where to find the products in this video:

The Drop Zone Shoe Storage Basket — The Organizing Store Front Console — West Elm Open Canvas Bin— The Container Store Letter Tray— The Container Store

Command Center Cork Board — The Container Store Desktop Calendar Sheets— Russell & Hazel, The Container Store

Fridge Fridge Binz — The Container Store Fridge Coasters — The Organizing Store

Portable Homework Station Homework Station Storage Caddy — West Elm Lunchskins — Lunchskins

So now I want to hear from you! Do you have any back to school organizing tips that you didn't see in this video? If so, please leave them in the comments below. Remember, your tip or trick may be just what another family needs to get organized. 

XOXO Rachel