I follow lots of blogs. There are 62 blogs that I follow through Google/ Blogger and then there are three or four Word Press blogs that I have subscribed to via email. This adds up to quite a bit of blog reading. I gave up trying to keep up with this every day and now I clear a couple of hours once a week to skim through the blog roll and I pop in to the ones that have something new or particularly interesting to me. I have noticed that while I have many blogs on the reading list, there are only a few that I visit often.
Today I want to share one of my FAVOURITE TEACHER BLOGS.
The Clutter-free Classroom (CFC) is a high traffic blog favoured and followed by every edu-blogger I know. CFC is mentioned often when I read about classroom make-overs, back to school set ups and organisation of students/ furniture/resources. Jodi at CFC is a great inspiration and it doesn’t matter if she has shared a clever idea, a thrifty tip, a flash freebie, a teacher time saver or whatever, I click the link every time! I also have to clear some time during my reading to explore the older posts on this blog. CFC has been around for a few years and I always learn something when I take the time to check it out.
If you are not a teacher, you can also pop in to CFC because the tips for organising and de-cluttering work for the home as well as the classroom.