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IHeart Organizing: School Paperwork Storage -- I just discovered my "scrap book" where I put all my pictures, report cards, etc. I wish I had them all in a file, instead of glued, taped, and written on like my adolescent mind thought they should be.

Before the school year officially starts, create a filing box for each child to store important papers! Create different categories such as report cards, athletic forms, medical records, etc.

I am so doing this on a go forward basis. Luckily, my kid is about to start grade 2 so I won't have too much catching up to do.

IHeart Organizing: School keepsake/memorabilia Paperwork Storage with free printable labels!

Organizing the School Paperwork via I Heart Organizing

25 Back-to-School Organization Tips for the Home- Creat a filing cabinet before the start of every year. Have dividers for every year and inside that make sections for papers that need immediate attention and another for special papers you want to keep (art projects).

Organizing Legos: Part 3 - Creating Organized Lego Storage --- But really- this might be the dumbest idea - exactly how long will my kids keep their legos COLOR sorted?? hahahahaha -- I seriously doubt it - I'd be happy if they'd keep them out of the vacuum cleaner.

Great idea for records!! Crate Wall Storage for books: JoAnn's unfinished wooden crates (<$8); Cut crate in half, paint, attach hanging brackets, place something (file folder/poster board/plastic placemat) cut to fit on the bottom to cover the slats. You can use painters tape to create the line to saw -- it'll help in case of any splintering.

Go label crazy. You’ll thank yourself later. Incessant labeling does more than just tell you what’s inside of each storage bin. It tells you...

Why do I save receipts? do this for work and home.

So many great paint storage ideas here. Magnets for brushes, lidded jar for rollers, lots of bin AND color organized.