Wordless Wednesday {Teacher "Stuff" Storage?}

I am linking up with Christina over at Sugar and Spice for her Wordless Wednesday linky party today.
What do you do with all your school supplies when you aren't working?  We are moving to a new house next month and I am taking next year off since I'm having a baby and do NOT want a room that looks like this (currently the extra bedroom in our apartment)!
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  1. I don't think there is any way to escape the pile of "stuff". It's virtually impossible since teachers have a billion little odds and ends. When I moved to where I live now, the moving truck was full of more teaching stuff than personal stuff. That was embarrassing! Lol!
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

  2. Most teachers I know in the in between classrooms stage rent a storage unit. I wish you luck with your move and new baby. Enjoy every moment!
    Teaching Ever After

  3. The corner of my home office currently looks exactly like that! I'm moving schools next year and can't move my things in until early August.

    Congratulations on your baby! We hope to adopt one day.

    Second Grade Stampede

  4. Oh no! I feel for you. My classroom is in my garage right now.

  5. I have a room in my basement that is jam packed. I always skip that room when I am giving someone a tour of the house. Good luck!

    Fit to be Fourth

  6. I have a classroom closet but always seem to take a lot home because I might work on it! It's all in my garage. The hubby just loves that I'm sure haha! :) Miss DeCarbo at Sugar and Spice

  7. PURGE! If you are taking time off....anything you MUST have...you will get new! Anything you might need...can it SQUISH into a few boxes in a closet? Anything you don't need...not want...need....THROW IT AWAY! BABY comes first! :) Wendy 1stgradefireworks

  8. Time for serious cleaning! I believe teachers can’t escape clutter, since they work with a lot of paperwork from examinations, projects, and student records. What’s important is how you’d determine the stuff that could be thrown away and those that deserve to be kept. You have a year of break from all those teaching work, and I guess you’ll have ample time to organize your files. I look forward to seeing how you addressed this organizing issue soon! Cheers!

    Ruby Badcoe @ Williams Data Management


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