School Counselor Office Revamped

 

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I am so excited to kick off a new school year! {Even if I’m not quite as psyched to wake up at the crack of dawn every day again.} In honor of the new year, I decided to give my office decor a little face lift. I settled on a mint and gold theme, and I LOVE the way it turned out. Here are some of the changes I made:

 {Click here to see my original Office Tour post}

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First, I changed the lettering on the front of my desk, using these free banner letters from Somewhat Simple. I also got some new, fun-colored office supplies, like my stapler and tape dispenser that I found at Big Lots…can you guess what my favorite color is these days??

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I also created a new confidentiality sign, which you can download here for free in my TPT store.

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My desk makeover wouldn’t be complete without a brand new planner, and I am already loving the one I created this summer! Check out last week’s blog post for more details, or head over to TPT to purchase!

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This year, I made a quote wall, complete with tons of inspirational quotes for the kiddos to read while in my office. Click here and here to purchase some of my quote posters on TPT. You can even download this one for FREE!

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Another new addition to my office is the “Calm Down Corner”. Stay tuned for a blog post all about this one!

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Finally, I reorganized and redecorated my book shelves. I found some containers from the dollar store that match the rest of my office decor {read my post on how I organize my bookshelves to see how I utilize these bins}, and I bought a 3 tier paper tray to organize my construction paper collection {which was a hot mess before}. To keep my clipboards in order, I turned a magazine rack on its side to contain the clipboards.


Overall, I am thrilled with how my office revamp turned out! I hope this has given you a few more ideas of how you can decorate your office to make it a welcoming, safe, and sometimes fun space for the students at your school to visit.


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