September 11, 2012
Product Review – Hanging up the Backpacks
With school in session now, many families are trying to cope with the annual flood of paperwork, school supplies and activities. Having systems in place to manage equipment and time can prevent frustration and disappointment.
If you have children who use backpacks for school or after-school activities, you want to assign a landing place for the backpacks.
If you aren’t lucky enough to have a mudroom or designated area for dropping belongings when you enter the house, you might benefit from the Backpack Rack.
Hung inside a closet, the backpacks are out of sight, off the floor and ready to go when you need them.
What do you do with your children’s (or your) backpacks to keep them from becoming clutter? Click on Post a Comment, below, and tell us.
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