What happened in there?! Did a hurricane rip through?! Were we hit by an earthquake?

Oh, no. it’s just the bedroom of your teenage son or daughter.

Disorganisation and puberty are often thought to go hand in hand, but in truth they don’t have to. There are steps you and your teenager can be taking to improve their organisation skills while teaching them habits that will go on to help them for the rest of their lives.

Placing a focus on establishing and practicing good organisational techniques is imperative if you’re looking to focus your teenager’s studies and get them off to the best possible start.

When you make it easy for your kids to set and meet goals, homework gets done, grades improve and you teenagers general outlook to learning will be more positive. By helping them to organise their study space your teenager will be able to get the most out of their study time and they’ll start feeling more in control of their academic pursuits.

Jo helps kids in Sydney make sense of the “essentials” – clothes, technology, textbooks, etc that clutter up a teenager’s room. She make a place for things, so they can be found later.

Learning discipline and organisation has to start somewhere. If your teenager can learn to organise their room then the follow on into other aspects of their life will soon follow.

With direction they will learn to be organised, a life skill that they never stops being useful. This translates into improved discipline, better results for them and peace of mind for you.

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