Fall. The Real New Year
When you think about passages of time or starting anew, do you think of Jan 1st or do you think of September? For many of us, the Real New Year seems to happen at the beginning of Fall when the kids gear up for back to school and you for back to a more structured schedule and everyone begins a “New Year.”
There is much anticipation at this time of year. New teachers, new friends, new schedules, new challenges. When the year of September to August is over, the kids will be taller, they’ll look different, they’ll know new things and they’ll be carrying themselves a little bit different, or a lot.
We’ve created our organizing and documenting collections to help you plan ahead and organize for the Real New Year in meaningful ways that keep you grounded and connected to who and what you find most rewarding. Our monthly and weekly planners help you organize events and deadlines while also providing a space for you to jot down not just what you have to do, but what is happening in your life that is meaningful to you.
Save and organize the special pieces that will mark the passage of the year. Create a personalized Memory Keeper and start a keepsake tradition that will hold art, personal essays, school pictures, programs for school events, report cards and teacher’s notes throughout the school year and for years to come.
This year, while you’re picking up school supplies, create some meaningful ways to treasure and document the year to come.
The New Year is about to begin. Enjoy!
the Paper Coterie