How to Organize the Family Command Center
Wall of Duty
Decorate to Motivate
What works for you—flowers, a thoughtful quotation, pictures of faraway destinations? Accessorizing your command center is
essential. If it’s not pleasant, you’ll avoid it, and chaos will ensue.
Think Grid, Not Collage
The “bulletin board” part of your brain might be programmed to layer and fill, but a neat display will keep your mind calm.
Hang items straight, with space around them. Edit regularly. Pretty invitations are worth saving, but after the party is over,
transfer them to your keepsakes folder. Toss expired schedules or school notices ASAP.
To buy: Linen-covered bulletin board (similar to style shown), $79, potterybarn.com.
So maybe you can’t change your health overnight. But you can get a head start.