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By Monica Friel

Do you work at home and feel like you can't get anything done with kids home from school during the summer? Unless your kids are in camp or summer school full time, they are around much more during the summer months, so intrusions and distractions abound. There are many different scenarios with little ones of different ages, but here are some tips to help you get work done without the guilt of closing the office door on the kids all day long.

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E-GO 15" Laptop Valise by Jill-eMother’s Day is always the second Sunday of May. This year, it’s May 12—a little later than you might have expected.

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By Naomi Cook

The month of March can mean different things to different people.  For sports fans it is all about March Madness, and for fans of warm weather it is about the first day of spring.  However, for fans of organization like me, a Professional Organizer, it is the start of yard sale season and the time to pitch those things in your home that you don't want or need, and that are taking up valuable space in your home!

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Happy Family by UrbioIf you ever attend a junior high school dance, you'll learn a lot about organizing. First: People sort automatically. The "popular" girls will be huddled in a corner away from the speakers giggling over their shoulders.

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Have you ever had the nagging feeling that you should be doing something else? It might come when you're looking at family pictures on Facebook during work hours, or when your kids call you late in the evening and ask you when you're coming home. Finding the right work/life balance can be one of the biggest (and toughest) parts of finding satisfaction with your day-to-day experiences. Luckily, the key to developing an effective balance lies in proper organization and time management.

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With so many demands on our time, it's a rare day indeed when we can devote a few hours simply to laughter and conversation with the people we love. Winter break is the perfect time to do just that. So now that you have the time, what do you do? Here are a few ideas.

Slide down something.

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Simplifying DecemberDecember is a month to spend with family. Sometimes though, it's a month spent as your family's air traffic controller, keeping track of holiday parties, school concerts, classroom treat days, and family traditions. Here are five tips to help you simplify your December and reclaim some quality time with your family.

1.      Organize Your Holiday Gift List

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In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s all too easy to crowd your schedule with school events and holiday party preparations. As you make your plans, make sure to include some unstructured time for your family to have fun and create new traditions. Your spontaneous gingerbread house might end up looking like a tornado blew through Candy Land, but moments like these are what your children will remember as they grow older. 

 

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In the culinary world, it’s well known that presentation is just as important as taste. The best meal in the world just doesn’t taste the same if it’s all jumbled up in a Tupperware container.

Holidays are the same way – how you present them in the weeks leading up to them plays a large part in how much you and your family enjoy them. Family holiday traditions help take away the daily grind and give you something to look forward to.

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By Naomi Cook

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