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KidsHealth: Organize, Focus, Get It Done

January is Get Organized Month, so use the ideas in this site to give you a good start in the new year.
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Getting organized is a common New Year’s Resolution, as is modifying procrastination tendencies. Find some strategies about organization, stick-to-itiveness, and prompt action that will make your life easier and more productive. Learn how to make a plan that will help you with school projects, establish the right environment for doing your work, and discover how to stay focused on a specific task and in school in general. January is Get Organized Month, so use the ideas in this site to give you a good start in the new year.

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