Some folks just have a talent for coming up with the most clever ways to store homeschool “stuff” — homeschool mammas ranking right up there. I would be remiss if I didn’t also mention the many SAHMs, organizing divas, moms on budgets, recycling queen mothers, small-space living moms, and so many others that have this down to a science. I’m good. But, many of these moms (usually) and dads totally have me beat.
I love organizing, space-saving and decorating on a budget. It’s a primary interest and overall hobby. I snapped some actual pics around my home this morning:
We do what works for us. Everyone should.
But I always wished I had the same flair as some of these ladies when it comes to really cute or decorative storage. My mind sees the ideas, but my hands just don’t always follow along. Not to mention I sometimes lack the budget and spare time for the creativity these things require.
So, today, I am featuring some links to other blogs all around the webosphere. These represent just a sampling of some of the awesomeness I found just browsing for homeschool storage solutions. Each had something in it that caught my eye. I thought it might inspire me to go the extra mile.
Want to come along?
and, truly one of my favorites today:
Golly! There are so many incredible families, it would take me a month to post all of the ones I found, so I need to stop right here. Please, if you have a link I’ve missed, post the link in the COMMENT area – thanks!
If you want even more ideas, check out THIS POST I did a while back for inspiration.
I also want to remind you of my “Homeschool Classroom Spaces” Board on Pinterest, where I share TONS of ideas for homeschool classrooms, too! A preview of one of those pins — one I am most determined to duplicate one of these days — is this one from Better Homes and Gardens:
May you enjoy your space,