Students and Time Management – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

Where I live, school kids have a few weeks left of their summer vacation, but I understand that in some areas, classes have already started up again! If you’re a student, or you’re helping one or more students as a parent, teacher, or coach, I encourage you to read the many time management tips submitted by readers of Your Organizing Business.

Students and Time Management - – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

I would like to thank Leslie Josel, owner of Order Out of Chaos and creator of the Academic Planner, for sponsoring this very timely edition of the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival.

We have a few new participants this month, whose names are marked with an asterisk (*) in the list which follows. I hope you’ll bid them a warm welcome!

As you read the various posts, take a moment to leave some comments and to share your favorites with your network. Please use the hashtag #POBC when you talk about the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival on social media.

Name of BloggerTitle of PostLink to Post
*Amanda Lecaude6 Tips on setting up a student homework environment that worksorganisingyou.com.au
*Kathy JenkinsEstablishing Routines for Your Studentstheorganizingtutor.com
*Kathy McEwan11 Best Time Management Tips For Studentssecondsetofhands.ca
*Kim OserSimple Ideas to Help Students Get Organized ~ Back to Schoolneedanotheryou.com
Anne BlumerBack to School Post #1 of 7 - Transitionssolutionsforyou.com
Audrey CupoBut I don't have any time!!4abetterspace.com
Carolyn Caldwell5 Strategies to help Students Manage Time Taskswellrichorganizers.com
Christine SalbergOrganization Strategies for First Year University Studentssortandtoss.com
Clare KumarOffloading mom: Or more politically correctly, teaching kids new tricksstreamlife.ca
Debbie RosemontBack to School Organizing Tipsitssimplyplaced.com
Ellen DelapTeaching your Teen Time Managementprofessional-organizer.com
Julie StobbeTime Management for Childrenmindoverclutter.ca
Leslie JoselDoing the 15-5!orderoochaos.com
Liana GeorgeOrganizing for a new school year - 12 ideas to make it your most organized year yet!bygeorgeorganizing.com
Linda Samuels5 Biggest Time Challengestheothersideoforganized.com
Lisa MallisHow College Students Can Organize Their Distractionssystemsavvyconsulting.com
Lisa MontanaroTime Management Tips: Small Steps Can Make a Big Differencelisamontanaro.com
Melanie SobocinskiBook Review: Goldberg, The Organized Studentproforganizer.com
Rashelle Isip10 Time Management Tips for College Studentstheorderexpert.com
Sabrina Quairoli5 Items Every College Freshman Must Have to Succeed in Their First Yearsabrinasorganizing.com
Sara SkillenNurturing a Great Time Managerskillsetorganizing.com
Sarah Soboleski7 Simple Mind Hacks for Studentsclassicallyorganized.com
Seana TurnerTiming Matterstheseanamethod.com
Name of BloggerTitle of PostLink to Post

Our next Professional Organizers Blog Carnival topic is Hoarding, sponsored by Geralin Thomas, author of From Hoarding to Hope: Understanding People Who Hoard and How To Help Them. You may submit your post any time up to midnight Eastern time on Tuesday, September 8, 2015. See you there!

A former professional organizer, I’m now a Web Designer and Care Plan Specialist. 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. You’ve done it again, Janet! You’ve inspired an awesome collection of blog posts about a very “timely” subject. And how perfect that the fabulous Leslie Josel is sponsoring this month’s #POBC with her Academic Planner. Can’t wait to read the posts! Thank you for the opportunity to participate.

    • Actually, Leslie and I came up with the topic together. We thought it was a great tie-in to her wonderful product, as well as being very timely. Thank you for contributing, as always!

  2. Great list Janet, it is amazing how we can all say something a little different on the same subject, it just goes to prove that organizing anything is as individual as we are. Thank you again for including me.

    • That’s one of the things I love about the Blog Carnival, seeing all the different ways to approach the same subject. There’s often overlap in the content, but sometimes one organizer will say the exact opposite of another, which just proves that there’s no right or wrong way to organize!

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