While so many love to work with a Dry Erase Monthly Calendar displaying only one month at a time, I love that this system allows the entire family to make plans months in advance and know that once it’s on the calendar, it’s set!
While I adore the use of a centrally located empty wall for this Easy DIY Command Center by Simply September, the part I love the most about it is intuitive and simple-to-use grocery list (located at the bottom center).
You can find the instructions on how to create this super simple list here.
By creating your own paper list that’s easy to tear, it makes mornings on-the-go so much smoother.
You can simply tear off your grocery list on your way out the door without having to put too much thought into creating a list or copying one down from a dry erase board list.
Encourage your kids to utilize the list, too, as they run out of foods for snacks and lunches, or even when they need school supplies for a project.
This adorable Family Command Center by See Vanessa Craft is such a great use of space in a small area. Vanessa has created this space in her laundry room so that it’s seen every time she and her family enter their home through their garage.
I love the pops of color!
Make mornings a breeze by adding a basket for home goods next to your command center with items such as umbrellas and an extra ice scraper.
Adding baskets below the bench for shoes will make it easier for all your kids to easily find their shoes for the day and get out the door on time.
When you’re on the go in the morning, the last thing you need to worry about is trash filling up your vehicle from breakfast bars, gum wrappers, school papers, or any other miscellaneous trash that ends up riding along with you.