Drowning in Your Kids School Papers? What to Keep & How to Get Organized

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Your kids make the cutest stuff in school, right? All those art projects and school projects are adorable!

But I’m telling you, kids school papers also have a sinister dark side.

They start out innocently enough, simply collecting on the corner of your kitchen counter. They seem like no big deal—just little papers behaving themselves, staying nice and neat in a stack.

But then… it happens. 

Somehow those adorable little papers migrate from their happy pile home and begin a silent-yet-sinister crusade to transform open counter space into (un)organized chaos.

Oh my gosh... this is exactly how it feels! Are you drowning in your kids school papers?There's just so many of them! So many great tips here on how to determine what papers to keep and then how to set up a system to organize kids school papers for good! EVERY MOM needs to read this!

Soon there’s a pile on your coffee table. And your kitchen table. And of course, the floor of the minivan looks like a regular art gallery with all your kids’ artwork.

And then, those adorable works of art become that dreaded word that every mom hates: CLUTTER.

And when that clutter builds up, just watch how long it takes for mama to blow!

Suddenly, we just want those lovely little treasures to GO AWAY. (Kids, can you say, “mommy anger?”)

OH yes. It happens to the best of us.

And it’s OK to admit it: We love our kids school papers, but it’s so easy to get overwhelmed and frustrated by them when they pile up and turn into clutter!

What if we take a different approach to this madness?

What if there was a way to keep the blessing of our kids artwork from turning into a burden?

I’m SO excited… because that’s exactly what I want to show you how to do!

I want to share with you two key things:

  • First, 6 questions to ask yourself about which papers to keep and which to toss; and

Yes, you can have a powerful, easy system in place for handling school papers!

Imagine—no more crazy piles! And no more guilt about not keeping every single paper your kids create!

It’s a system that I use in my home, and it works!

Let’s get started!

(Click next to learn the system)

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Lisa/SyncopatedMama - June 19, 2016 Reply

I don’t know what in the world I’d do without a digital camera and the ability to keep a memory of almost everything that way! Thanks for joining us again at #FridayFrivolity!

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