Step Teach Organization to Curb Procrastination

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Lazy kids are often disorganized and can't find things in their messy spaces.Their bedrooms, closets, backpack, and notebooks are often in disarray. If you open their lockers, you better be wearing a hard hat. So teach them how to eliminate clutter and chaos from their lives. The goal is not to turn your kids into neatniks, but to clear a space in their physical environment, and consequently their minds, so their life can be more organized.

Purchase simple "getting organized" equipment. Help your younger child organize toys and clothing with special boxes, storage bins, drawers, and hangers. For older children, invest in more sophisticated tools and equipment like Day Timers, file cabinets, and electronic organizers.

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101 Tips for Avoiding Procrastination

101 Tips for Avoiding Procrastination

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