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Running Your Home Like a Classroom

Jun 24, 2022 | Episode 490 | 42:39
In this episode, I help you think about what your space should look like to make it function like a classroom. I also walk you through how to teach the skill of organization to someone else.
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Transformation with Andrea P.

Jun 22, 2022 | 33:23
This week I am sharing my conversation with Andrea P. She lives with her husband, their young son, and their dog in the UK. Andrea with diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. She sought the diagnosis because while she compensated well into her adult years while she was single, life became too much when in a space of 3 years she married, bought a house, adopted a dog, and had a baby.
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Becoming a Student of Organization

Jun 17, 2022 | Episode 489 | 34:07
In this episode, I'm sharing details about these four learning styles to help you figure out which one works best for you. Then, I want you to use these learning styles to see your home (and your work) in a different way. Because I am a teacher at heart, I have created our systems at Organize 365® to work for any learning style. I explain some of the features of our products and how to make better use of those things from the perspective of your learning style.
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Transformation with Sarah K.

Jun 15, 2022 | 45:19
This week I am sharing my conversation with Sarah K. She lives with her husband and two of her adult children. Sarah shares how she tamed the paper monster! She used to dread her husband asking for a receipt or important paper, but not anymore. She went from 13 (yes, 13!) file cabinets down to 1/2 a desk file drawer and organized binders. Now she can find the papers she needs for her family, her home, and her rental properties quickly and easily in her Sunday Basket®, Business Workbox®, and The Paper Solution® Binders. I also love how organizing became a family project for this tight-knit former homeschooling family.
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Where Did All the Teachers Go? An Interview with Angela Watson

Jun 10, 2022 | Episode 488 | 1:16:02
Angela Watson from Truth for Teachers and I talk about what's going on in education and the classroom in a post-pandemic world. Teachers are working too many hours and they want to quit teaching. Listen in for our solutions to different aspects of this problem.
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Education Friday Workbox® with Kate McDonnell

Jun 8, 2022 | 37:28
For the final episode in this series, I'm talking with Kate McDonnell. Kate is single and lives with her cat in Colorado. She has been a teacher for over 15 years. In this episode, Kate and I discuss the challenges of teaching and organizing so many different classes and then the administrative work that goes along with that and how to tackle email organization.
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Optional Organizing: Memories & Photos

Jun 3, 2022 | Episode 487 | 18:24
In this episode, I'm talking about the second optional space to organize: memories and photos. Now, I don't personally believe that this is an optional space to organize for me and my family. It's kind of a passion of mine!
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Education Friday Workbox® with Michele Vinje

Jun 1, 2022 | 39:34
This week, I'm talking with Michele Vinje. She's been an educator for over 28 years in the same school and the same building for her entire career. She has taught various history and economics courses to sophomores, juniors, and seniors over the years. In this episode, Michele and I also discuss how the education system has changed since the pandemic.
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Optional Organizing: Kids

May 27, 2022 | Episode 486 | 36:53
In this episode, I go deeper into these three mindsets for organizing kids. I also break down the ages and stages of organizing kids and give you tips for each of those stages. Whether you have 0-5-year-olds, 6-12-year-olds, or teens, I have suggestions for not only organizing your kids but also teaching them how to organize themselves!
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Education Friday Workbox® with Annie Sisemore

May 25, 2022 | 42:06
Annie Sisemore joins me to tell you how she uses her workbox in her job as an educator. Annie began her teaching career by substitute teaching right out of high school and has experience over the years in middle school math, instructional coaching at the district level, and as an adjunct professor teaching college students who want to be teachers.  In this episode, Sheri and I talk about these changes and so much more! We share with you some practical ideas for organizing your Education Friday Workbox®, Teacher Camp coming this summer, and how to approach your administrator for reimbursement and continuing education units.
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