“DIY Organization Hacks” with HGTV Design Expert

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Is your classroom unorganized? Is your house a disaster? Believe it or not, this chaos can make learning harder for your child. Luckily, there are a few unique tips and tricks for a smooth transition to the back-to-school routines.

Join me in a recent interview with design expert, Sabrina Soto, who is ready to help you get organized before the big day gets here.

Sabrina highlights some great areas in need for organization including:

  • Her best tips for organizing
  • Paper/craft supply organization
  • Schoolroom organization

View her latest interview for all Michigan Mom Living Moms right her. Download the link below.

https://www.hightail.com/download/bXBiYkJ0OW5qY29LSk1UQw

About Sabrina Soto:
Sabrina is one of the world’s most sought after design and lifestyle experts and has been featured in Elle Decor, People, Time Magazine, InStyle, Esquire, Variety, Better Homes and Gardens, Latina, USA Today, The New York Post, and has contributed to The Today Show, Rachael Ray and Good Morning America among others. An expert on all things home-related and true to Sabrina’s designing operandi, the LEED-accredited designer has enjoyed extensive exposure as host and designer of various HGTV shows such as The High Low Project, Real Estate Intervention and Get It Sold. She’s also made guest appearances on White House Christmas, HGTV’s Green Home, Bang For Your Buck, House Hunters and Buying & Selling Secrets.



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