Organizing: It’s All Good!

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Organization and I have been tussling lately, and I must say that I have been on the losing end. What did I do? I went straight to Google. Have you ever tried to Google “mom and organized” or “mommy organization”.  Don’t. The results are quite overwhelming. As I clicked on page after page, I began feeling more and more hopeless. I thought I just don’t have time to weed through all of this advice.

Then I ran across a blog from Mommy Kudos.

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As I was reading Kristin’s posts on practical ways to get organized in 31 days, I promise the sky opened and manna began to fall. Even though the posts are from last year, the advice is timeless. Right now, I am on organizing the car. Do you hear that? It’s me breathing a sigh of relief that one day I will have a strategy for keeping the stuff that makes up my life organized.

That said. Organization? It’s all good.

 

About Author

I am Dr. Joanna Scott, creator of Mocha Parents, Awesome Kids. I am also a mother, researcher and racial equity consultant. I have worked with numerous organizations across the country who aspire to be more intentional about race in their organizational policies and practices. In this space, I borrow from my work and my parenting experiences living at the intersection of race and gender. I have an extensive background in public policy analysis, family counseling and years of experience as a child advocate. I hope my work mirrors my heart’s song – a deep belief in the brilliance of every Black child.

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