Sunday, July 16, 2017

Command Station

Sunday is a day when I either go to church, spend quality time with my family or finish reading one of my weekly books. However, Sunday's for me can get a little overwhelming. It's the last day of the weekend and I tend to think about all of the tasks and projects that I have to accomplish throughout the week. So, I decided to start working on a command station to get my thoughts and tasks in order. This will not only help me, but it will help my family members see what tasks need to be accomplished and avoid getting inundated with unnecessary or duplicate duties.

Starting a command center is easy, but first it's important to decide where you would like your command station to be located. If you don't know where to put one, a great place is a location in your home that everyone hangs out or repeatedly sees everyday.

  • Draw out a plan of how you want your command station to look. In the picture above I drew out a rough draft of how I wanted all the pieces to be organized.

  • Next, I selected the color(s) that I would like to use. It's good to commit to one color that will be your main hue, but in this case I chose two colors - light blue and light gray.
Below are the two colors that I have selected. The light blue is a chalk paint and the other is a sample paint from Valspar called foggy mirror. Both colors cost me less than $4.00 each.

In the upcoming week I will be completing this project and will have a corresponding video that shows how I put the command  station together.                                                                  

Until then.....

Stay fabulous!

*The views and opinion in this post are 100% my own. The information is intended for general information purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or replace professional and medical services.*

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