How To Make Your Home ‘Back-To-School’ Ready


February 20, 2016

Is it your kids first time to go to school? Or been thinking of ways on how to make life easier and less cluttered for you and your children before the school year starts? This may be a good site for you.

Here are some tips on how you can be the expert in preparing your kids to school without hassle.

1. THE KEYWORD IS ORGANIZE

DIY organizers are now a thing, but if you’re not the artsy type, you can just buy organizers in the store. You can never go wrong in buying organizers. Sooner or later, the dividers that you have bought years ago will be put to good use. Give some time to research and learn new things. There are a vast organizing ideas in the internet. Also, be creative and innovative in using your resources so that you can also enjoy doing it with your kids. Lastly, as early as now, it is essential to teach your kids the importance of being well-organized with their belongings - be it with school stuff or their toys.

2. HAVE YOUR OWN CENTRALIZED CALENDAR

It’ always better when you know what will happen next, right? Why not put up a giant calendar where you can record the whole families’ upcoming events and activities? This way you can always monitor the things that are bound to happen such as a Family Day at school, so you apply for a leave of absence from work in advance.

3. GENERAL CLEANING BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS

Have the habit of cleaning and de-cluttering your closets before school starts. Believe it or not, you will be shocked at how much of paper bundles you have stored in your cabinets and drawers for the past year. You may also see things that you may have neglected for so long but might find useful this year.

4. MAKE A STUDY SANCTUARY

Every room has its own designation. A bedroom is meant for sleeping; a dining room is meant for eating; and a living room is meant for entertainment. This is why it is important to have a room designated for studying. Most of the kids have a short attention span, especially that there a lot of distractions nowadays. Having their own study area can take them away from any distractions that may potentially distract them.

5. A HOME FOR A GROWING FAMILY

Now that your kids are not-so-little anymore, you might want to decide if your present home attends the needs of your growing family. Give them the space that they need in order to grow independently. There’s no harm in exploring your options and be optimistic about it. Find a home that gives you the luxury of convenience at your doorstep.

Good thing that Camella now offers bigger and grander homes suitable for your growing family. Camella has created masterplanned communities, which give its residents not only quality homes, but also schools, grocery and convenience stores, recreational area, community malls, and places of worship right in the community.  For more information about Camella, call their hotline at 02-Camella (226-3552) or 09178576494. Check out their projects at www.camella.com.ph. Like “Camella Official” on Facebook and follow “@CamellaOfficial” on Twitter.