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It’s My Space. Teen Living Skills Unit 10. You’re in My Space. “Americans tend to require more personal space than any other culture.” - www.edupass.org/culture/personalspace.phtml. You’re in My Space.

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It’s My Space

Teen Living Skills

Unit 10


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You’re in My Space

“Americans tend to require more personal space than any other culture.” - www.edupass.org/culture/personalspace.phtml


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You’re in My Space

  • Personal space – the sense of invisible boundaries around your body that separates you from other people.


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It Says “Me”

“Home” is any four walls that can enclose the right person. - Helen Rowland


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It Says “Me”

  • Linens – household articles made from cloth such as sheets.

  • Trinket – a small decoration.

  • Valance – a short drapery hung across the top of thewindow.


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It Says “Me”

  • Here are some things you can use to make your space reflect you:

    • Floor treatments

    • Furniture

    • Linens

    • Room accessories

    • Wall treatments

    • Window treatments


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It Says “Me”

“If you have anything really valuable to contribute to the world it will come through the expression of your personality.” - Bruce Barton


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Are you a Clutter Bug?

  • Develop a system for storage.

    • Use plastic tubs or boxes to organize items.

    • Label your drawers.

    • Put things that are alike in a box together.

    • Organize your closets so that like clothing items are together.

      • Example: put all your shirts together, all your pants together, etc.


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Are you a Clutter Bug?

  • Start a habit of putting items back where they belong as soon as you finish using them.

  • Develop a daily routine or time for picking up clutter.

  • Increase your storage space in closets by using double hanging rods and closet organizers.


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Are you a Clutter Bug?

  • Store items near the place of first use.

  • Store items where they are easy to reach and see.

  • Each season, get rid of things that you don’t use or feel that you won’t have a future need for the item.

    • Donate clothes to the local clothes closet, magazines to paper recycling bin, etc.


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Clean, Clean, Clean

“People who make the worst use of their time are the same ones who complain that there is never enough time.” - Anonymous

  • Procedure – a set of steps for completing a task.


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Clean, Clean, Clean

  • Upkeep will create a longer life for the object/article.

  • Promotes healthy living.

  • Saves time and energy.

  • Prevents accidents.

  • Reduces personal stress level.

  • Helps teens learn to practice a routine that can be transferred to their adult life.


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This Goes Here

The typical poor American has more living space than the average individual living in Paris, London, Vienna, Athens, and other cities throughout Europe.


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This Goes Here

  • Focal point – an area of interest.

  • Traffic pattern – the flow through a room; paths around furniture, through doorways, etc.


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This Goes Here

  • Consider the electric and light sources.

  • Map out the traffic pattern for the room.

  • Create a focal point for the room.

  • Place large pieces of furniture in the room first.

  • Have enough space around the piece of furniture so it can be easily used.

  • Group furniture where appropriate.


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I Need My Privacy!

  • Personal activity space – area in a room that is used for activities and entertainment purposes.

  • Personal privacy space – area in a room that is considered to be for one person’s use.

  • Sibling – a brother or sister.


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I Need My Privacy!

  • Simple but effective ways to increase privacy:

    • Use room dividers.

    • Have an assigned personal activity space for each person who lives in the room.

    • Look for areas outside of the bedroom that could be used for personal privacy space.

    • Develop a schedule for room usage and follow it.

    • Use personal plastic drawers and boxes.

    • Use headphones.


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