Our mornings are hectic with all three of our girls going to school from the moment we wake up it;s go, go, go! That first hour has to be our busiest and that’s why we are partnering with Ikea to develop real solutions to tackle our biggest morning struggle which is our girls all getting ready in a shared space.
We might have a large home but our girls all still share a bathroom so our morning struggles can easily been seen right in the bathroom.
Our girls have their own rooms but a loot of our morning routine is spent in the bathroom getting ready for the day. From hair to making sure their teeth are brushed our bathroom is a shared space in which they all have to get ready.
One of our biggest challenges in the morning is having storage so everyone can find the things they need. My oldest can’t keep her own things organized because her younger sisters will tear through it. I have found that she now needs her own storage solutions.
I have found some our our biggest morning struggles are related to storage solutions and with kids it’s so important to keep things simple and organized. Our youngest kiddos have trouble keeping things cleaned. Easy access is a must for them and it’s something we don’t have right now. As an Ikea First :59 Panelist I will have the opportunity to work with Ikea find real solutions to make our morning routine a little easier.
Life is morning madness, and discovering ideas to turn it into a great day is IKEA’s goal with their new First :59 program. The first hour of the morning can be challenging, hectic and stressful. In a recently conducted survey IKEA wanted to identify where people’s biggest morning struggles were and they found that 72% people responded that a stressful morning affected their entire day. I have to agree here! There’s nothing like struggling to get going in the morning to set the mood for an entire day. As a busy mom I often look for solutions to make my families life a little easier.
Ikea is making mornings easier with their simple storage solutions. You can find your own inspiration and start by checking out the First :59 Pinterest Board. You can also follow socially with #First59 and your share struggles.