The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM leader, Heather Reinhard.
Now that the new school year is in full swing, tons of school projects and artwork immediately begin to consume the home. If you are not organized or do not have storage solutions for these precious items created by your children, you will find yourself floating in a sea of paperwork and become inundated with endless mounds of art projects.
If you’re anything like me, you need smart storage solutions to stay sane. In the past, I made the grave mistake of throwing away school projects that were special to my kids, so this is where momAgenda came in to save me from the school project and paperwork madness – and we’re here to save you as well.
The first organizational product that will keep memories of your child in one place along with beautifully created artwork is the School Years.
Aside from getting to choose from four vibrant colors, what I love most about this product is that it becomes a keepsake for years to come. It’s a great way for you and your child to build this portfolio together and you’ll have fun looking back on it each year. The pocket folder in this product has been made carefully to keep special school projects intact, providing enough room to record those memories.
The other storage solutions from momAgenda are the brand new Storage Buckets. These buckets are essential if you are looking to maintain a mountain of saved projects. You can neatly store artwork and some of your child’s favorite school mementoes in the bucket which is both functional and stylish! In fact, there are various ways you can utilize this storage bucket in your home – keep it in the bathroom and use it for washcloths or towels; keep it in the family room and store some of the kids’ toys or use it as part of a homework station in the kitchen to keep supplies and materials handy. The possibilities of how to use this bucket in your home are endless.
Stay sane this school year with momAgenda® and the products that keep us organized!
Heather is the Leader of the Council of Media Moms and owner of the popular parenting blog Theta Mom. She also owns her own business at Theta Mom Media. Connect with Heather on Twitter and Facebook.