New phases in life almost always are the catalysts for an iteration of process improvement. I am a huge believer that you should change what doesn’t work for you (from a small tweak to a full transformation). A process, a rhythm, a schedule should work for the family it serves. I love the ever-changing ability of the processes in our home.
As we are about to embark on yet another iteration of improvement in our children’s toys and game storage to better serve them, I wanted to remind you that not only is it okay for a process or organization you set to change, but expected. If a process has become stagnant, it is almost certain it no longer serves its function well. So, deep breaths. Do not fear making the changes you need to make each process work for you at this specific season of your life. You got this!