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OfficeMax’s “Get Organized for Back-to-School” Blogcast with Peter Walsh

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OfficeMax was kind enough to share their kid-centric school supplies line, Schoolio-Von-Hoolio for Back-To-School.

OfficeMax’s “Get Organized for Back-to-School”

As a parent who has successfully processed two lively, challenging daughters all the way from pre-school through high school, and college, I’m well aware of the challenges and commitment it takes to launch the heirs apparent to what’s left of the family fortune after those college graduations.  You have to be one step ahead-of the-curve, all the way through those formative student school days and years.

Appealing to the eye, the product line is certain to encourage any student to stay organized and on top of their game during the upcoming school semesters!

I recently had the privilege of being invited to participate in an exclusive webcast a/k/a “blogcast” for a special group of bloggers that was hosted by OfficeMax.  It featured the renowned organizational expert, Peter Walsh, Heather Wolpert-Gowron, and award-winning teacher, Ana Picazo, a well-known mom blogger, as well as two students.

Unfortunately, due to a prior commitment, I wasn’t able to attend the live presentation. Together, they discussed strategies, tips and advice from the real experts on how to organize and prepare students for back-to-school. Bloggers submitted questions and participated in a TweetChat with Peter, Ana and Heather.

I’d like to share with you a recap of Peter Walsh’s back-to-school organization tips that were discussed during the blogcast:


TIPS FOR ORGANIZING YOUR HOME

1) Find the Vision you Have for a Space
2) Make Organization a Family Value
3) Use the Right Tools for Great Organization

TIPS FOR ORGANIZING YOUR CHILD

1) Show that you Value Organization
2) Establish Clear Limits and Routines
3) Always ‘Finish the Cycle’ (Complete a Task)

TIPS FOR THE CLASSROOM
1) Establish Clear Routines
2) Involve Kids with Classroom Organization
3) Use Words, Pictures and Color to Help Organize

Feel free to connect with the blogcast host and panelists online:

  • On Twitter @Peter Walsh
  • On Twitter @OfficeMax

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One comment

  1. These are all great ideas, and the products are really cool.
    Thanks for the post.

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