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When You’re A Parent, Get Creative About Exercise

       When You’re A Parent, Get Creative About Exercise

Exercise is often one of the first things to go when parents feel spread too thin. People say they don’t have time. Or that they are too tired. Or that they feel selfish taking time away from their kids. More often than not, though, moms and dads just don’t know how to fit exercise into a crammed schedule.

To fit in exercise, parents need to redefine what it means to work out.

Organizing Your Back-to-School Entryway

The end of summer and the month of September mean one thing for parents and kids: back to school time! With new books, new clothes, and new homework every day, the beginning of the school year can be chaotic--but it doesn't have to be! Here are a few ways to keep your entry way clean and clear during the busy start of school season.

Instant Mud Room

Create an instant mudroom with a front hall organizer to keep everything tidy. Keep incoming and outgoing items like supplies, books, and papers stored in bins with labels for easy access. 

Wall Mounted Containers

For all the little things, explore the possibilities of a wall mount with magnetic hanging containers. Perfect for keys, school forms, mail--anything important that might get lost in the shuffle. As your needs change, you can switch out components to accommodate your most active types of items. 

Coat Hooks

To add some creative flair to your front hall while keeping coats organized, consider adding decorative wall hooks--instantly functional art!