Put It Away - Organization at Work or Home
Business Strategies for Managing the Home: Principles for
Effective Home Organization
Teaching values through discipline is perhaps the most challenging, and yet at the same time, the most rewarding of the parenting aspects. It is the most challenging because you are working with a child whose perception is changing constantly, you are traveling on a road where you have never been, you are at the whims of the child's personality, and you feel alone, against the forces of today's world. 
A visionary home administrator, one who believes in their children and sees their potential, not just their weaknesses, will help their children, to rise to the occasion, and to learn and to experience. This delegating of authority, will in itself; if done properly, bring about the saving of time, and the growth of family resources, that is needed for the children and the family to prosper.
The philosophy is one of flow. Have all the necessary cleaning materials in each workstation (bathroom). That way you have made the flow easier by having everything, you need at your disposal, and you do not have to go to the kitchen or another bathroom to retrieve items. 
The whole point is to MINIMIZE the cleaning time required by beginning a FLOW of habits that reap great rewards. In the home organization this means prevention. As you prevent small messes from becoming large messes you minimize work, rework, and delays in having work completed in a timely fashion. Click on link above for specifics.
There are many ways to do things, but through the refinement of the procedure, many advantages may be gained. The process may be shortened, made simpler, or even eliminated.
The element most parents overlook is that virtually all children live up to other people's expectations, especially those people who are important to them. So, if you expect your children to goof off, they will not disappoint you. The parent plays a key role in determining how their children behave (work) (Rink 57).
Objectives: At the end of the session, the trainees will be able to:
  1. Define the concept of organizational design.
  2. Identify areas of concern in the home office.
  3. Develop ways to incorporate organizational design theory to the home office.
    Objectives: At the end of the session, the trainees will be able to:
    #1        Define the basic concepts of organizations as systems and of internal processes.
    #2        Differentiate between busy work and work that keeps you busy.
    #3        Develop strategies for eliminating unnecessary work in the home and for planning for order and cleanliness.
    Objectives: At the end of the session, the trainees will be able to:
    #1        Define the concept of couponing.
    #2        Compare the value of different types of coupons.
    #3        Develop and use a coupon system to save money on groceries.
    #4        Know other ways to save on the food bill, such as buying in bulk, food cooperatives, frugal friends groups, canned goods, gardening and canning, and personal preparedness.