Organizing Solutions for Parents
Tuesday, Feb. 4th, 6:30-8:00 pm
425 Rona Parkway Brookville 45309
Join Lori, mother of five, for this organizing class packed with practical tips for the entire family.
- Learn to delegate and get others to cooperate
- Tackle hot spots, such as the kids’ room(s), laundry room, and kitchen counter
- Sort, purge, and store kid's memorabilia
- Effectively manage school papers and reminders
You’ll even learn how to send the kids off to school with ease. This class is essential for parent of toddlers to teens. The skills and responsibilities you share with your children now will serve them for the years to come.
Super Systems: Organizing for a Stress-Free Life
Tuesday, Feb. 11th, 6:30-8:30 pm
Forte Organizers Office
7989 Washington Woods Dr. Centerville 45459
Fee: $35.00 per person
Organization is not just keeping a clean closet or a tidy desktop. Clutter and chaos add unwanted stress to our lives daily. Learn to apply stress-free strategies to create a simpler, happier life.
You’ll learn how to:
- Motivate others to get organized
- Apply specific strategies for your ADHD loved ones
- Let go of guilt over your deceased loved one’s items
- Give and ask for clutter-free gifts
- Perfect your purse so you can find things fast
- Keep your car uncluttered
- Eliminate unneeded emails and manage the rest
Attack the Stack: Organizing Your Paperwork
Tuesday, Feb. 25th, 6:30-8:30pm
Kettering Rec Center
2900 Glengarry Dr. Kettering 45420
Fee: Based on residential status
Paper can overwhelm your office space, creating mental stress and chaos. In Attack the Stack, you’ll learn how to:
- Reduce the amount of paperwork you touch, process, and keep
- Create a streamlined filing system for home, work or both
- Apply easy strategies to address daily mail and paper stacks
- Find your active papers when you need them
- Manage your To Do list via your essential binder
Armed with just a labeler, a binder and folders, you will attack the stack, creating a manageable, workable system for all your papers.
The English writer Sydney Smith said, “The greatest of all mistakes is to do nothing because you can only do a little. Do what you can.”
Do a little each day and before you know it, those big projects will be complete.