This post on back to school organization was made possible by the free samples of Home Collection products from Post-it and Scotch. The opinions expressed are my own.
It seems like the exact date for which a district has its first day of classes can vary greatly. Some counties started in early August, while I know another one that doesn’t start until after Labor Day. I guess it just depends on which county/city you live in. Either way, I know that many people look at a new school year like others might do the beginning of a calendar year. It’s a great time to assess things and get ready for another 180 days of fun and learning. That’s why I know you want some back to school organization help and thankfully, I was sent another surprise package of goodies so I can help you!
Back to School Organization
The new line of Post-It and Scotch Brand Home Collection is filled with useful products that are perfect for your back to school organization needs. The only possible downfall is the fact that it’s available only at The Container Store. Thankfully though, you can order these delightful products online from their store at the link above.
How You Can Use the Home Collection for Back to School Organization
- Get on a schedule. You can use the Post-it Dry Erase Planner to make a weekly calendar to plan out your week. It has a sticky backing, so it can stay on your refrigerator for easy access and viewing by the whole family.
- Jog your memory. The Home Collection has lots of memory joggers. I’m a fan of the Post-it Reminder Tags. They are like Post-it note luggage tags made of paper. They stay put but come off easily when you want them to.
- Keep up with papers. The Post-it View and Go Pockets hold your important papers wherever you need them. Then, you can take it down to take them with you.
- Display your student’s work. This can certainly add more color to the kitchen. The Scotch Display Frames and Restickables are your friends this school year. They can hold onto pictures and other moments, right on your refrigerator! It could even be a catch-all for invitations.
So, which of the new Home Collection products would you like to use in your back to school organization?