Organizing Games and Puzzles – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival
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Did you know that this is National Game and Puzzle Week? Apparently this special week was created to encourage families to sit down and play games together, especially around American Thanksgiving. (I hope you don’t mind if I call it that, since you guys call ours “Canadian Thanksgiving” and all…)
That sounds like a lot of fun to me, so I invited my readers to share their advice for organizing games and puzzles for this month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival. After all, everyone needs to get their games organized to make room for the new ones on their holiday wish lists!
Please show the contributors your appreciation by leaving comments and sharing their posts (or this one) on social media, using the hashtags #POBC #NationalGameAndPuzzleWeek .
|Janet Schiesl||Game Time|
|Debbie Rosemont||Monday Mom's Moment: Organized Games|
|Sabrina Quairoli||Board game organization that don’t break the bank|
|Hilda Rodgers||Organizing A Kids' Games Cupboard|
|Angela Agranoff||EASY Ways to KEEP Your Games and Puzzles Organized!|
|Julie Bestry||Don’t Sink Your Battleship: Replacing Lost Board Game Rules|
|Stephanie Shalofsky||Turn Office Organizing into a Game & Get Your Project Started|
Big thanks to everyone who contributed!
I’m now accepting submissions for next month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, when the topic will be 2018 Conference Highlights. You have until 7 PM EST on Tuesday, December 18th to make your submission.
As I work on Blog Carnival topics for next year, let me ask you: What are some of your favorite things to blog about, or to read about?
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