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Managing kitchen and family needs – what do you see in the image above?
- Command center: what makes up a command center? It is a section of the home (preferably the kitchen) where you can post family notifications, schedule appointments, maintain a shopping list, collect and assemble incoming mail, and manage all incoming and outgoing events of the family.
- The command center can be simple (as noted above) or very elaborate in design and organization:
INFO: see sample pic
- Why the kitchen: your command center doesn’t have to be in the kitchen. But the kitchen it is the central location where family members gather. What better place to disseminate family instruction when they come down for breakfast or for something to snack?
- The kitchen also plays a major role in family feeding – in particularly, building a grocery shopping list or dinner list about what is in the fridge for those who need to heat something up.
- Utility desk: it’s good to have an utility or secretary desk where you can sit and assemble information you need for the family. The desk can also be used for your laptop or other electronic device when looking up a recipe or other food information:
INFO: wall mount folding desk | writing desk
- Chalk board: you have the option of a wall or tablet chalkboard where you can write down instructions. You can even opt for a dry erase board. Either way, the boards are perfect instruments for spelling our family commands – that includes, appointments, don’t forgets, schedules, and other commands:
INFO: wall chalkboard organizer | dry erase board
- Wall hutch: this image uses the hutch for kitchen decor – but the hutch could also be used to store mail and other paper notification segmented by each family member. It is also handy for cooking books and other recipe needs:
INFO: organizer hutch | wall organizer
- Other items not shown: one important item needed is a wall calendar – it’s the perfect setup jotting down schedules and other important meets and appointments:
INFO: 2020 dry erase calendar | dry erase calendar
- And it wouldn’t be a bad idea to add some decor to the command center – perhaps some framed, motivating statements that encourage the family in time and task management.
the image above is not exactly illustrated as a command center. But it shows how a simple command center can be setup in the kitchen for managing both kitchen and family needs. What comments what can you share about this photo idea?
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