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4 Tips to Organize Board Games

Today is all about how to organize board games. As part of our year long series, GO MOM!® Organizing Tips, November is focused on the holidays. Lets face it, if you are entertaining and it involves family, that likely means there will be kids in your home. And if there are kids in your home, inevitably there will be board games that will be played.

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Here are my tips to organize board games so they are in tip top shape by the time your guests arrive.

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Here are my tips to organize board games so they are in tip top shape by the time your guests arrive.

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More than any other time of the year, the holidays really do bring out the board game lover in all of us.  I know for me, one of my favorite holidays of all time is the Thanksgiving at my grandmother’s house with all our extended family when I actually beat my oldest sister in Monopoly.  She was the reigning family champ until that day.  It’s the little things that make such lasting memories!

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I focus on making my holiday guests as comfortable as they can be. If I've made them feel at home, I've been exactly the kind of hostess I've hoped to be.

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So tell me…

How do you organize board games to make it easy for everyone to play?

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Molly

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