How to: Create a FAMILY COMMAND CENTER
Family Command Center
A mom of three, blogger Landee Anderson, 36, needed a place to stash school papers and jot down grocery lists. Turned out, the perfect spot was staring her right in the face. Using a piece of custom-cut sheet metal, the Boulder, CO, resident created a to-do hub on an unused cabinet surface for less than 0.
A dry-erase decal comes in handy for planning trips to the supermarket and writing notes. Landee stores the markers in colorful buckets that dangle from magnetized clips.
"I use blank cards foreverything," says Landee. "Now, I can find one in five seconds." That's thanks to an organizer she found at her local dollar store.
Landee put each child's name on a label and adhered them to magnetic plastic bins. She puts folders in every bin to keep permission slips and homework assignments in one place.
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