Our kitchen control centre – and how we keep our family organised

October 22, 2018

Sundeala Noticeboard

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I like to think I’m a pretty organised person, even with two small kids, I like to think I can stick to, and carry out plans as intended, and pretty much know where everyone is and what is coming up at all times. And possibly more importantly, what needs to be done soon. This is especially true as we travel a fair amount, both with big and little trips. And Dann works all over the South to the Midlands with various meetings.

Part of the way I keep so organised is through our little kitchen control centre. It’s a corner of the kitchen with our family calendar and noticeboard, and the noticeboard has had a little upgrade with Sundeala*. We now have a pinboard and whiteboard combination and I am obsessed.

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Henry helped me move across some of our bits from our old board, including a mix of photos, our local swimming pool timetable, the text number for our Health Visiting team and appointment cards.

It sits alongside our family calendar which helps me keep track of everything that we have coming up, including appointments, play dates, deadlines and events.

The combination whiteboard* is being used for reminders such as things we need to buy – usually milk, and little notes between Dann and I. I’m also planning on using it for ‘word of the week’. Eventually it will hold timetables and charts for the boys too I’m sure, and I think that’s why I love it so much. It’s so versatile, and I know it’s going to see us through our family adventures for many years to come!

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*product sent for review to be included in this blog post. All opinions are my own.

2 responses to “Our kitchen control centre – and how we keep our family organised”

  1. First of all, these photos are adorable, and secondly, awesome idea. We currently use the fridge as our main ‘reminder board’ with paper and magnets 🙂

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