Getting Organized for Back to School – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

Getting Organized for Back to School – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

Since it’s that time of year when summer holidays are winding down and students of all ages are getting ready to go back to school, this edition of the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival is about Getting Organized for Back to School.

Our sponsor for this month is Leslie Josel of Order Out of Chaos, who is a Professional Organizers Blog Carnival Star Blogger and previously sponsored the Students and Time Management edition. If you’re not familiar with her award-winning Academic Planner (shown in the above photo), you really must check it out! There’s even an affiliate program, so you can earn commissions by promoting it on your own website.

'Being organized helps students stay ahead of their work and meet deadlines, and also helps to prevent stressful times during their lives.' ~ Leslie JoselClick To Tweet

Be sure to check out my readers’ submissions! With tips for everything from establishing routines to setting up a dorm room efficiently, there’s something here for every student.

Please show the bloggers your appreciation by leaving comments and sharing their blog posts (or this one) with your network, using the hashtag #POBC in your social media posts.

 Name of Blogger Title of Post Link to Post
Nancy HaworthBack to School Organizing Toolsontaskorganizing.com
Shannon Gibson7 Ways to Organize Your Kids for the School Year and Beyondwordpress.com
Linda SamuelsOrganizing Help for Back to Schooltheothersideoforganized.com
Sabrina Quairoli12 Organizing Tips I learned in College to Help Me Succeedsabrinasorganizing.com
Diane QuintanaWhat Happened to Summer? School Starts Soondnqsolutions.com
Natalie Gallagher10 Back to School Organization Tips for a Successful Startrefinedroomsllc.com
Valerie ThompsonUltimate Back-to-School Checklist!getchronicallyorganized.com
Leslie JoselThe College Packing List that Goes Beyond Bed Bath & Beyondorderoochaos.com
Seana TurnerA Smooth Back to Schooltheseanamethod.com
Janet SchieslHow to Help Your Student to Stop Procrastinatingbasicorganization.com
Rashelle IsipHow to Organize School Paperstheorderexpert.com
Laura WittmannThe Easiest Way to Organize and Store School Papersorgjunkie.com
Kate MartinHow To Maximize Your Carpool Timeorganizedjoyllc.com
Stacey Agin MurrayMorning Routine Secret Weapon: How I Get Two Kids Out Of the House On Timeorganizedartistry.com
Jonda BeattieBack to School - Have a Planblogspot.com
Sarah Soboleski7 Simple Mind Hacks for Studentscocounselingct.com
Olive WagarCalm the Clutter Chaos with Cubbiesorganizedbyolive.com
Debbie RosemontIt’s Back to School Time! 5 Tips to Get Organized for a Hassle Free Transitionitssimplyplaced.com
Hilda RodgersCreating Fall Routines So You Don't Get Overwhelmedfromoverwhelmedtoorganizedblog.com
Stephanie ShalofskyBack to School Home Organizing Tipstheorganizingzone.com
 Name of Blogger Title of Post Link to Post

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this Blog Carnival, especially our wonderful sponsor.

Next month’s Blog Carnival is all about Space Design, and it will be sponsored by Organize A – Z. You may make your submission any time from now until Tuesday, September 18 at 7:00 PM EDT.

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A former professional organizer, I’m now a web designer and Certified Digital Business Consultant. I love helping others succeed by sharing the knowledge and insight I’ve gained through marketing my own business for over 15 years! When I’m away from my desk, I enjoy reading, photography, watching movies, and cooking.

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Comments

  1. Amazing group of posts, Janet! And what excellent timing for getting parents and kids ready for returning to school. Our daughters are grown now, but I have such fond memories of all the pre-school prep we did together. We loved organizing areas and collecting all of the supplies to get them ready for a successful school year. The getting ready was an integral part of having a positive transition between summer, fall, and a new school year.

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