Tuesday, March 31, 2009
A book-signing, workshop for the organization-embattled parent
I know a few moms (Jenn, Diane, Erica, to name a few) who juggle full-time jobs, 2-3 kids, homes, cars, vacations, on a regular basis. While keeping on top of things as a mom may at times look seamless, it certainly doesn't look effortless!
For those looking for a few ideas on how to keep things neat and tidy, Debbie Lillard, author of "Absolutely Organized - A Mom’s Guide to a No-Stress Schedule & a Clutter-Free Home," will be making a stop on May 9 at the glorious IKEA store in Conshy, where I love to go to get a little design inspiration - including organization tips - and cheap salmon dinners!
SAVE THE DATE
Hey Parents - Get Absolutely Organized!
Book-signing and organizing workshop with Debbie Lillard, acclaimed author and professional organizer
Saturday, May 9, 10:30 a.m. to noon in the Children’s IKEA department, 2nd floor.
● Lillard will explain her personal method of organizing: CPR – Categorize, Purge and Rearrange
● Hear Debbie’s best tips on time management including household chores, daily routines and seasonal activities
● Learn how to organize the home by tackling one room at a time & how to organize family “stuff” from kids’ artwork to small toys
● Debbie’s book "Absolutely Organized - A Mom’s Guide to a No-Stress Schedule & a Clutter-Free Home" will be available for purchase & signing
About Debbie Lillard
Combining her professional organizer knowledge along with her personal experience as a mother of three young children, Debbie Lillard engages audiences with her ready-to-implement tips and practical advice for all parents. Debbie is the author of "Absolutely Organized - A Mom’s Guide to a No-Stress Schedule & a Clutter-Free Home" and has appeared on HGTV’s Mission Organization. Debbie’s tips on keeping a busy family organized have appeared in national magazines such as Real Simple and Woman’s Day. She has also been a guest on radio talk shows across the country. Debbie is currently working on her second book tentatively titled Absolutely Organize Your Kids.