Professional Organizer Kathi Burns to Appear on CW6 Shares How to Organize For A Successful School Year

  • Date: Aug 21, 2013
  • Category: Family

Professional Organizer Kathi Burns to Share Tips to Help Parents and Children with Back-to-School Organizing Solutions for Success on the CW6’s San Diego Living Continue reading

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Aug 21, 2013 /prREACH/ -- Back-to-school time is right around the corner and with it means new schedules, new activities, new clothes and piles of paperwork to get organized.  On the Friday, August 23 edition of CW6’s San Diego Living, Board Certified Professional Organizer (CPO™), image coach and  addSpace To Your Life! founder Kathi Burns will be sharing solutions for helping parents get themselves and their kids organized for a successful school year.  Burns has just released a new weekly online course, Home Organizing Made Simple, ™ including tips for organizing children, designed to help individuals deal with the “muck that is keeping you stuck.”

Burns believes that an organized home can help individuals achieve success.  On the show, she will demonstrate back-to-school tips including making a mom’s school binder or file caddy, using a master family calendar to keep track of activity schedules, creating a drop zone for backpacks and papers to be signed and designating a  place to quickly store school artwork and other memories.

For more information on Home Organizing Made Simple™ visit

San Diego Living airs weekday mornings from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on San Diego’s CW 6.

About Kathi Burns:

Kathi Burns, founder of addSpace To Your Life!, is a Board Certified Professional Organizer (CPO®) and Image Consultant. Her mission is to empower people to master their environment and personal image by assisting them in taking control, making change and organizing their lives.  Kathi has been featured on ABC’s Good Morning America and CBN and is a regular guest expert to magazines like Better Homes and Gardens, and Real Simple Magazine

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Kathi Burns, CPO®

With a little planning and some simple organizing systems put into place in advance, your children can have a very successful back to school experience.
- Kathi Burns, CPO®
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