It’s almost time for school.

Clever ways to corral supplies, streamline your morning routine and so much more.

Start off the new school year stress-free by Keeping their morning essentials, like hair products, in a bathroom caddy to make things easy to find in a pinch.

If your children have a dedicated room for tackling homework and enjoying downtime after school, outfit it with floor-to-ceiling shelving. Display a mix of their favorite toys and books to make it a fun place to hang out.

Keep pre-made kits in your car, so you always have what you need. Fill one with tech needs like spare chargers and batteries, one with first aid necessities, and another with homework helpers like a calculator and extra pens and pencils.

Keep mornings running smoothly with an organized bathroom. Store hair tools on the cabinet door, and go-to products on a turntable. When everything’s in its place, you can grab what you need in a flash and know when the toothpaste is running low.

Between the bus ride, the long days at school, and extracurricular activities, it’s easy for things to get misplaced. Skip the label maker and go with one of these more durable bands, which can be reused.

Busy families can save major time and money by preparing their dinners on Sundays instead of resorting to takeout. Plus, knowing what’s for dinner will leave you one less thing to worry about during those crucial, post-school hours.

Let kids choose what to wear ahead of time to avoid last-minute indecision — just don’t forget to check the weather!

And finally, Young kids need 10 to 12 hours a night to feel energized the following day. That means a 10-year-old waking up at 7 a.m. for school needs to hit the pillow no later than 9 p.m.




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