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Overcoming Social Phobia

by Deb

Social рhоbiа, also саllеd ѕосiаl anxiety, is a diѕоrdеr сhаrасtеrizеd bу overwhelming аnxiеtу аnd еxсеѕѕivе ѕеlf-соnѕсiоuѕnеѕѕ in everyday social ѕituаtiоnѕ. Pеорlе with ѕосiаl phobia hаvе a реrѕiѕtеnt, intense, and chronic fеаr оf being watched and judged by оthеrѕ and оf bеing еmbаrrаѕѕеd оr humiliated bу their own асtiоnѕ. Overcoming ѕосiаl phobia iѕ аn individuаl сhаllеngе, […]

Clutter-Free Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Students

by Kathy Jenkins
Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Students

Thumb drives by the 3-pack Whether they’re dashing off to the library to print an essay or backing up copies of a lose-it-and-die senior thesis, thumb drives are an indispensable part of college life. Buy them by the 3-pack in impossible-to-lose hues – bright pink or red, anyone? Bananagrams Who needs the full game board, […]

Tips for Kids Hiding Photos & Secret Apps

by Kathy Jenkins
Keep your kids safe on social networks

“The advent of the internet and wireless devices has introduced a power crisis for families. Never before has so much communication power with the world been in the hands of children. And by the same token this crisis is an opportunity to strengthen parent-child bonds around faith as an executive movement to be free from […]

How Safe Is Your Home?

by Kathy Jenkins

November is Child Safety Prevention Month. Each year in the United States, more than 2,200 children – or six kids a day – die from an injury in the home.  To help keep your kids safe, here are some tips to keep you safe at home and around your home: Everything in a teenager’s life […]

Speech Recognition Tools on Your Computer

by Kathy Jenkins
Every student learns differently – and, every student studies differently.

Every student learns differently – and, every student studies differently.  WHAT IS AN AUDITORY LEARNER?   An auditory learning is someone who must hear things to learn them best – they remember what they hear and say. An auditory learning is someone who typically enjoys classroom discussion and working in small-groups where there is discussion. An […]

Getting Our Family Organized… A Year Ago

by Kathy Jenkins
A year ago on The Organizing Tutor blog.

Find Better Family Relationships by Using Organization Kathy Jenkins joins Paige Trevor for this article published on Washington Parent {dot} com. Parents tend to see most aspects of child rearing as a matter of getting our words right. In order to teach our kids how to do everything from dressing themselves to packing their backpacks […]

Learn How to be a Student Organizer with Kathy Jenkins

by Kathy Jenkins
We invite you to attend this year's MARCPO conference!

We invite you to attend this year’s MARCPO conference! The Washington, DC Metro Chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO-WDC) invites you to join us for the premiere event for professional organizers in the Mid-Atlantic region.  This October, they will be holding their 18th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference for Professional Organizers.  It will be […]

Help Your Student Stay Organized with Kathy Jenkins

by Kathy Jenkins

RICHMOND, Va – Kathy Jenkins, Certified Professional Organizer and Student Organizing Expert, brought it some great tools to keep your student organized to be successful in school. Kathy shared some helpful hints to finding the best way to get your child organized based on their individual study styles and needs.  Kathy is offering 50% off a […]

The ABC’s of Student Organizing with NAPO

by Kathy Jenkins
NAPO course will help organizing professionals develop a student organizing business with Kathy Jenkins.

Course Description: Student organizing can be an additional niche for residential organizers. This six-hour course will help organizing professionals develop a student organizing business by highlighting business structure, additional insights for working with students, as well as strategies that will be important to share with this client population. Thursday, July 13, 2015 11:00 AM – […]