How does one drawer help? Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool
               
How does decluttering a drawer help you get organized?

This thought has probably been in your mind. Today’s mission is to declutter a bathroom drawer or cabinet. You wonder how in the world decluttering one drawer is going to help you with all you have going on in your day.

By decluttering a bathroom drawer, you are making a step forward in organizing your home. Small steps like this will add up over time.

Once you throw the trash and expired products from your drawer, you will have more storage space in your bathroom. My swish and swipe every morning goes faster because I do not keep my stuff on the counter. I keep it in the drawers and cabinet.

You know when you are running out of toothpaste and floss if you keep your bathroom drawers decluttered.

Next month, you won’t have much to declutter in the drawer you did this month, so you can move on to another area in the bathroom. Once you go through all of the drawers and cabinets, you will circle back and start again. You will be surprised at how you will find something each month to toss.

As you develop the habit of decluttering monthly, you will maintain areas that you have decluttered. Your home will be free of chaos. You just have to be consistent and intentional each day to follow along with the Zone Mission.

Remember, it is just for a few minutes each day.

Please email me if you have questions.

 

Zone Mission: Declutter 1 Bathroom Drawer or Cabinet

Weekly Home Blessings of the Day: Quick Dust and Vacuum

Menu Plan for Tuesday: Taco Tuesday and a side salad

 

If you need more help with organizing your home and homeschool, you can download  The FlyLady’s Homeschool Teacher and Homeschool Student Control Journals for free.

Set your timer for 15 minutes for the Home Assignment and 15 minutes for the School Assignment
 
Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.
  • Clean out your refrigerator. Toss the science experiments.
  • Spend 15 minutes loving movement.

School: Consider a fun topic to study

 Afternoon Routine: 
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
  • Write up a menu plan for the next 7 days. Check your pantry and freezer and make a grocery list. This habit will save you time and money. Try out some new recipes with the slow cooker. It will save you time once you start back to your school schedule.
Family Fun: Take your children for a walk.
Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.) 
  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at the Launch Pad that you will need first thing in the morning
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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Fitting In Zone Missions – Getting Organized

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In the past few weeks, I have had a lot of questions about my schedule. Many of you are interested in how I fit in Home Blessings and Zone Missions. I talked last week about the Home Blessings and doing them one or two a day. Today I will elaborate more on the Zone Missions to help you figure out where to put them in your routines.

As you develop your routines around your school schedule, you can figure out where the Zone Missions fit best for you. I give you ideas for quick missions each day. They take 2 minutes to 15 minutes. They are not designed to take long. I do my Zone Missions in the morning while the boys are doing math. They have math fact sheets and a lesson, and I can take a few minutes to do my Zone Mission, start a load of laundry, and start the dishwasher while they are working independently.

If you have little ones in the house, your Zone Missions might fit better in the afternoon or evening. There is not a perfect way or perfect formula. You just have to be consistent and find what works for your daily schedule.

The Zone Missions are what will help you declutter and detail clean your home in small steps. If you are consistent month in and month out in doing your Zone Missions, you will not have to do deep cleaning in the Spring or Fall (unless you prepare for Passover). I rotate through the 5 Zones according to the FlyLady’s schedule, but I try to give you missions that I think are effective for homeschool families. We have a lot of extra stuff in our homes because we homeschool.

Take a look at the missions for this week and try to do them daily.

Zone Missions: The Main Bathroom and One Extra Room
Monday – Declutter the bathroom counters and wipe them down
Tuesday – Declutter 1 bathroom drawer or cabinet

 
Wednesday –  Declutter the medicine cabinet

Thursday – Declutter 1 other area in your home

Friday – 27 Fling Boogie (get rid of 27 things!)

Menu Plan for Monday – Hamburgers with a side salad

Weekly Home Blessing – Wash the Sheets

Daily Routines:

Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.
  • Daily Movement for 15 Minutes

School: Pick a chapter book to read aloud as a family.


Afternoon Routine:
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
Family Fun: Take a nature walk today.
Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.) 
  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at the Launch Pad that you will need first thing in the morning
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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Family Fun – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
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Happy Friday!

Are you regularly having family fun days? By doing Home Blessings and decluttering during the week, we have our Saturdays free to do fun things as a family. I am writing this on a snowy Saturday, and my family is having a family fun day in the snow. I will get out and play in the snow with my boys. Living in the South, we don’t get a lot of snow, so this is a treat for us.

We do other fun things on Saturday, too. We have gone fishing, hiking, picnicing, and more. When the weather is not pleasant to be outside, we have family game day. We watch movies and eat popcorn. There are many ways to have fun as a family and make memories.

Our children will remember these times with us. Think back on your childhood. Do you have fun memories? Do you have memories of cleaning house all day on Saturday?

During our Christmas break, I played a board game with my youngest two boys every night, and I am continuing that with them. Everyone in the house is invited to join in the fun, but the two youngest are the most interested. We are playing games that I have played with my older ones in years past. It’s fun introducing them to the games.

We get to be too task-oriented, and we need to remember to schedule in fun with our family, too.

Have a great weekend!

Zone Mission: Wipe the stove top and microwave

Weekly Home Blessing: Take out the Trash, Sweep, and Mop

 
Menu Mission: Rotisserie Chicken and salad

 

Routines:

 

Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.

School:

  • Have a fun day!
 Afternoon Routine:
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
  • Loving movement for 15 Minutes

Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.)

  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at your launch pad
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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Routines and Blessings – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
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Last week one of my readers asked why I had split the FlyLady’s Home Blessing Hour up throughout the week. As a homeschool mom, I have found it easier for me to focus on only one or two Home Blessings per day than to do them all in an hour on Monday. For many years, I did my Home Blessings on Monday, but with homeschooling and working from home, it was just too hard to do it that way.

On Monday, I don’t wash all of our bedding. I do one to two loads of sheets on Monday, and the teenage boys wash their bedding throughout the week. If you have a large family, it helps to teach the older children how to strip their beds, wash their sheets, and remake their beds.  Then you can assign a laundry day for them to wash their bedding and clothes. You want them to be prepared for college and adulthood.

On Tuesday, I picked dusting and vacuuming. If you dust weekly, it does not take long at all. Just dust around everything. When we work in the Zones, then we detail dust and move things around. When you vacuum, just hit the high traffic areas, and then detail vacuum when we work in the zones.

On Wednesday, I picked windows and mirrors to wipe. By using my FlyLady purple cloths, I use a wet cloth and a dry cloth. I move quickly from room to room wiping windows and mirrors. This task takes less than 10 minutes because I am just hitting the streaks and smudges.

On Thursday, I picked decuttering paper and magazines. The FlyLady just recommends magazines, but I added paper for homeschoolers because we have a lot of paper in our homes. By spending time getting rid of paper regularly, it helps keep us from being covered up by piles of paper.

On Friday, I picked trash because that is the day we take our trash off. Then the boys help me with a quick sweep and mop.

Take a look at your weekly schedule, figure out what seems to fit each day the best. I started with trash day, and I like washing my bedding on Monday. Then I worked in the rest of the Blessings into my morning routine.

If you struggle with these, please email me.

Have a wonderful day!

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Zone Mission – Detail dust the Dining Room

Weekly Home Blessing Task: Declutter Paper/Magazines

 
Menu Plan for Thursday: Chicken stir fry and salad

Routines:

Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.

School:

  • Play a game with your children
 Afternoon Routine:
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
  • 15 minutes of loving movement

Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.)

  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at your launch pad
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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Date Your Spouse – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
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When is the last time you had a date night with your husband? Our lives our busy. Our children and our home keep us busy. It takes work and effort to plan a date night. If you have a tight budget, it also takes creativity. If you can’t work out the budget for a babysitter and date night, you can plan a weekly at home date with your husband.

Put the children to bed early, or feed them early and set up an activity for them in another room. Cook a special meal for the two of you, or eat dinner with the kids and have coffee and dessert alone.

The main idea is for you and your husband to have some time to talk and enjoy yourselves. My husband and I did a couple’s Bible study in the evenings when the children were in bed.

Think about some of the things you did as a dating couple. You had to take and effort then. You had to make plans. After we get married and have children, we get a little slack in the area of dating our spouse.

One day the children will be grown and move out. Then, we will be alone with our spouse. Do you want to wake up and realize that you didn’t nurture your relationship with your spouse?

Email me and let me know how often you have date night, and if it has been a while, schedule one as soon as possible.

Have a great day!

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Zone Mission – Declutter 1 Kitchen Cabinet

Weekly Home Blessing Task: Wipe Windows and Mirrors

 
Menu Plan for Wednesday: Spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread, and salad

Routines:

Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.

School:

  • Get out some art supplies and be creative with your children.
 Afternoon Routine:
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
  • 15 minutes of loving movement

Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.)

  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at your launch pad
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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Lesson Planning – Getting Organized

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Do you struggle with lesson planning?

When we struggle with lesson planning, it is a way that our perfectionism rears its ugly head. We don’t plan because we want everything to be perfect. Or we plan and don’t implement the plan because of our perfectionism. Let go of this negative thinking.

Keep your lesson planning simple. It will be easier to implement if it is not a complicated plan. For those of you with multiple children, you need to keep your lesson plans as simple as possible. If you have younger children 6th grade and under, you can simplify by teaching the same history and science lesson to all of your children at once. You teach to the oldest child, and the younger ones get what they understand.

You don’t have to worry about what grade to teach what time period of history. Just teach and go through history with all of your children while they are young. They are going to get it all over again in high school. They will remember history if you make it come alive through reading to them and letting them re-enact it. They will remember field trips that go along with what you have been studying. They will remember when you help them experience history.

With science, if you give them experience with experiments and hands-on learning, they will learn more about the properties of science than if they read a lesson and answer a few questions and move on. They will remember things about nature if you take them outside and let them experience nature. Nature walks serve many purposes with learning and getting in some movement.

If you use a lot of textbooks with your children, keep your lesson plans simple. Stay on top of your grading.

Another tip that I give ladies all the time is to have a regular desk time in your routines. For homeschoolers, we need to have desk time daily to grade school work and check lesson plans. This is another area where using the unit study approach helps me. I grade math lessons, math fact sheets, and language arts (spelling and writing), but I don’t have papers to grade with our unit studies. I incorporate their writing into language arts, and I don’t grade projects for younger children.

You can use a lot of materials to help with lesson planning, but I am very simple in this area. I use a composition book and a pencil. I can keep up with 4 boys’ lessons and tests in a composition book each year. There are computer programs and many different kinds of planners. Find what works for you.

Please email me if you have questions.

 

Zone Mission: Declutter 1 Kitchen Cabinet

Weekly Home Blessings of the Day: Quick Dust and Vacuum

Menu Plan for Tuesday: Taco Tuesday and a side salad

 

If you need more help with organizing your home and homeschool, you can download  The FlyLady’s Homeschool Teacher and Homeschool Student Control Journals for free.

Set your timer for 15 minutes for the Home Assignment and 15 minutes for the School Assignment
 
Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.
  • Clean out your refrigerator. Toss the science experiments.
  • Spend 15 minutes loving movement.

School: Consider a fun topic to study

 Afternoon Routine: 
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
  • Write up a menu plan for the next 7 days. Check your pantry and freezer and make a grocery list. This habit will save you time and money. Try out some new recipes with the slow cooker. It will save you time once you start back to your school schedule.
Family Fun: Take your children for a walk.
Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.) 
  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at the Launch Pad that you will need first thing in the morning
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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The Heartbeat of Your Home – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
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The kitchen is the heartbeat of your home. It’s where you cook meals to nourish yourself and your family. It’s where you teach your children the life skill of cooking. Even if you do not feel skillful as a cook, you can still teach your children to cook. There are so many resources to help you cook a variety of healthy meals. I use a lot of recipes online. If I have a favorite food from a restaurant, I look for a recipe online that is similar. If you have followed my writing for very long, you have noticed that I have a pretty simple menu plan during the week. When I want to try a new recipe, I do it on the weekends many times. I have more time to cook on the weekends, and I enjoy cooking.

If you want to try some new foods, make a list. One year I cooked foods from each of the 50 United States, and the next year I cooked foods from around the world. I found that many favorite recipes have similar base ingredients. The differences between the foods was in the preparation and/or in the seasonings.

Please don’t think I am a super cook. When I first got married, I did not know how to cook very many things. I have learned over the years to cook. I don’t have an unlimited budget, and it is expensive to eat out with a large family. I have had to learn to cook the things I like, so that I can enjoy them and share them with my family. I am also gluten-free, and I can control the ingredients if I cook at home.

I have a son who loves to cook. Last week he wanted to have pizza pockets for lunch. I don’t buy pizza pockets, so he found a recipe online for homemade sauce and homemade pizza pockets. He made the dough from scratch. He enjoyed them so much that he made them again the next day.

Just keeping basic ingredients on hand and access to a search bar, we enjoy a variety of foods.

This week we are decluttering in the kitchen. It is much more enjoyable to cook in a clean kitchen. Teach your children to cook and to clean as they cook.

Zone Missions: The Kitchen
Monday – Declutter the counters and wipe them down

Tuesday – Declutter 1 kitchen drawer

Wednesday –  Declutter 1 kitchen cabinet

Thursday – Clean out the fridge for 15 minutes

Friday – Wipe down the stove top and microwave

Menu Plan for Monday – Alfredo Chicken and Pasta with a salad

Weekly Home Blessing – Wash the Sheets

Daily Routines:

Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.
  • Daily Movement for 15 Minutes

School: Pick a chapter book to read aloud as a family.


Afternoon Routine:
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
Family Fun: Take a nature walk today.
Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.) 
  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at the Launch Pad that you will need first thing in the morning
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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Boogie Your Way to Peace – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
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Happy Friday!

One of the most fun ways to declutter and bring peace to your home is to do a 27 Fling Boogie. The FlyLady coined this phrase. You set your timer and find 27 things to put away, throw away, or give away. I usually focus on the last two because getting the extra stuff out of the house is what helps the most. If you have a lot of clutter in your house, then you would benefit by doing a 27 Fling Boogie every day. Since I have followed The FlyLady system for many years, I typically do one 27 Fling Boogie a week. You can do this in the Zone of the Week, or you can do it in the area that needs the most attention.

If you have a lot of paper clutter, you can count individual pieces of paper, or you can declutter paper and weigh it when you declutter. You will be surprised at how fast the pounds of paper accumulate if you declutter paper regularly.

You can boogie your way out of clutter and into peace. Use your timer and turn on some music. Have fun bringing peace into your home!

Have a great weekend!

Zone Mission: 27 Fling Boogie

Weekly Home Blessing: Take out the Trash, Sweep, and Mop

 
Menu Mission: Pork Roast and Salad

 

Routines:

 

Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.

School:

  • Have a fun day!
 Afternoon Routine:
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
  • Loving movement for 15 Minutes

Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.)

  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at your launch pad
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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Making Appointments – Getting Organized

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As a new calendar sits in front of you, look back at last year’s calendar. What appointments do you already have on the calendar? What appointments do you need to make?

When I am setting appointments, I try to keep them on one day in the week. This will vary from person to person. I like to schedule appointments on Wednesdays when possible. This is the day of the week when it does the least interrupting on our school week. I do not make appointments on Monday when possible because that does derail the start of my school week.

If you have homeschooled very long, you have probably realized that a morning appointment can mean a lost school day. It takes discipline to go home after an appointment and do school for the day. Some days, I try to make the appointment late enough in the day that we can do math and language arts before we leave the house. When I had lots of little children, that still did not always work. We did good to make it to the appointment and back home for a nap. Some of you can relate to that!

Now, I just allow myself a certain number of days off each year for appointments. Be assertive when scheduling appointments. Many offices like the fact that homeschoolers can come to appointments during the day, but make them when it works best for your schedule.

Have a wonderful day!

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Zone Mission – Detail dust the Dining Room

Weekly Home Blessing Task: Declutter Paper/Magazines

 
Menu Plan for Thursday: Baked chicken and salad

Routines:

Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.

School:

  • Play a game with your children
 Afternoon Routine:
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
  • 15 minutes of loving movement

Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.)

  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at your launch pad
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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Being Creative – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
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Many times we do not encourage creativity in our children because we are afraid of the messes that often come with creativity. I want to encourage you to let your children create artful masterpieces. Let them paint, use glue, use scissors (with supervision, of course), use markers, and more. They will make messes, and they will learn a lot. It is worth cleaning up a few messes to let them express their creative side. You don’t have to offer arts and crafts every day, but it is nice if they can do arts and crafts once or twice a week. This time of year, we often spend more time indoors because of the cold weather. Use this as a time to do arts and crafts with your children. It will stimulate different parts of their brains. Remember that they can be washed up, so let them have fun!

Tell me how your routines are going this week. Are you getting things back into a regular daily schedule? It’s hard after a break to get things moving along again. Keep at it!

Have a great day!

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Zone Mission – Declutter the Dining Room

Weekly Home Blessing Task: Wipe Windows and Mirrors

 
Menu Plan for Wednesday: Roast and salad

Routines:

Home:
  • Make Your Bed (Do this as soon as you get up.)
  • Get Dressed Down to Your Shoes
  • Swish and Swipe
  • Start Your Laundry
  • Decide on Dinner
  • Check Your Calendar
  • Start the Day off with a Shiny Sink. Don’t leave the breakfast dishes sitting.

School:

  • Get out some art supplies and be creative with your children.
 Afternoon Routine:
  • Eat Lunch
  • Clear off One Hot Spot
  • Reboot the Laundry
  • Declutter for 15 Minutes (Be sure to have your children declutter, too.)
  • Drink Your Water
  • 15 minutes of loving movement

Before Bed: (This starts right after dinner.)

  • Check the Calendar for Tomorrow
  • Lay out Your Clothes for Tomorrow (Have your children lay their clothes out, too.)
  • Put things at your launch pad
  • Shine Your Sink
  • Clean Off a Hot Spot
  • Go to Bed at Decent Hour

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