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These Command Centers Will Keep the Whole Family Organized

Are mornings chaos in your house? Keep track of everyone's stuff and schedules with a few easy organizational tips.


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Ready for jam-packed schedules, PTA commitments and the flurry of paperwork that comes home at the beginning of the school year? Make a command center to get everything all in once place (and never be late again). 

Chalkboard Calendar Decal

This easy to use decal can be stuck anywhere to keep your family schedule in one place.
Chart and Soul Extra Large Chalkboard Calendar Wall Decal with List Planner, Chart & Soul, $16, amazon.com

 

Wall Mounted Memo and Document Holder

Hold all important papers and leave messages with this all-in-one command center.
Modern Wall Mounted White Metal Memo Message Chalkboard/ 10 Slot Document Organizer and Mail Sorter Rack, My Gift, $70, amazon.com

 

Welcome Key Holder

Never lose your keys again with this organizational hanger and basket combo!
Wood Welcome Mail Station with Hooks, Target, $20, target.com.

 

Horizontal Week Calendar

Turn this weekly dry erase board into a menu of dinners for the week.
Dry-Erase Horizontal Week Calendar Collection, Bed Bath and Beyond, $187, bedbathandbeyond.com.

 

Daily System

This six-piece set contains everything you need for a complete command center.
Daily System Kitchen Set, Pottery Barn, $290, potterybarn.com.

 

Chalk and Mail Command Center

This command center is perfect for small spaces, and has a chalkboard, file holder and key hook.
Organizher Command Center, Organizher $16, walmart.com.

 

Magnetic Chore Chart

Your kids will always remember their chores with this chore chart at the heart of your family command center.
Ashley Productions Big Magnetic Charts Chore Chart, Ashley Productions, $18, sears.com.

 

 

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