Homeschool organization motivation means finding the little pretty things that motivate me for the new homeschool year.
Hopefully they’ll get you giddy for the new year too.
I love anything Jonathan Adler and I have a smokin’ hot accessory pouch for you.
Then I have the lightweight light I use at night for reading when the Mr. is ready for bed, but I’m still reading my latest book.
Organizing Learning Spaces
I got this when we were on the road to South America and just love the fact that it’s light and not bulky.
Besides, a lot of my homeschool reading how-to I do at night.
This next item is a screen shelf which I also found when we traveled because it added a bit of extra storage when I was limited on space.
Anything Bando I love because all their supplies and organizing tools are fun and colorful.
Then, add a bit of some fun things to your learning surface whether you have a table or nook.
I love anything that keeps me motivated.
Then, I’m a sticky note junkie because they can, well – stick anywhere and I’m loving these sticky notes with the days of the weeks and then these Pride and Prejudice page flags are a recent find and so adorable.
Then this adorable mini easel with Carpe Diem is a bit of motivation for the day to get going and seize the day.
And I just love my little micro office tool box because it is SO cute.
Okay, okay, it has so much packed into a small container like scissors, tape and the most adorable mini stapler, which is great to have by your 7 Step Free DIY Homeschool Planner.
Then I couldn’t resist a few more pretties
Then the last last item to move your to organize are these ampersand bookends that I just flipped over. I found some that just offered black and others which offered color.
Stuff like this gets my going for the new homeschool year. Why shouldn’t we homeschool with a bit of style?
Over the Top Homeschool Organization Tools!
Don’t forget the other things I have to help you get this homeschool year off to a great start.
If you’re new to homeschool, you’ll love my book.
It is UNIQUE in that it’s not another book written by a homeschool mom, but a program based on my years ACTUALLY helping new homeschoolers.
Also, besides all the free and paid pages to upgrade your free 7 Step DIY Free Homeschool Planner, don’t forget I have the Ultimate Glam it Up Planner and and the fabulous Unit Study Planner. (click on the links to see more pictures).
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- Top 10 Tips for Maximizing Space in (Really) Tiny Homeschool Spaces
Hugs and love ya,
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