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    Organizing Tips for a Smarter School Year

    These fun finds and simple fix-ups will help you stream line morning routines, cutback on homework stress, and turn your house into a launchpad for outstanding achievements.
    • Michelle F.

      Love this idea so much probably a duplicate Pin! Organizing Tips for a Smarter School Year: Homework Supply Stash (via

    • Katherine Heigl

      A trusty shoe organizer doubles as a school supply sorter. I can't wait to add this homework helper to the back of the girls bedroom door for easy access!

    • Sarah Frey

      Homework Supply Stash: If your kitchen table doubles as homework headquarters, this update on the trusty shoe organizer will keep papers, pens, and other study tools in clear view -- and clear of your dinner area.

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