Small steps lead to big changes – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool

            

Small steps each day can lead to big changes in your life and in your home. Our society has an “instant gratification” attitude. This spills over into our homes and homeschools. We start to want everything done now. This leads to burn out.

Using routines and breaking things down into manageable steps leads to success. Not procrastinating because we don’t want to spend hours cleaning and decluttering will be a new way of thinking. Procrastination is a by-product of perfectionism and being burned out.

Teaching your children at home is a big job. By dividing up decluttering and Home Blessings throughout the week, you can preserve your weekends for fun and family time.

Your children can help you with your home, too. They will eventually grow up and move out, and you want them to know how to take care of themselves. You can train them now in small steps to clean the house, cook, do laundry, menu plan, grocery shop, and more. I have a monthly maintenance schedule that we follow to change the air filters for our heating and cooling system.

The boys know how to check the oil and tire pressure on our vehicles weekly. They also help me clean it out each week. The goal is to get everything out of the van each time we get home, but somehow, there are always church bulletins and papers floating around in the van.

As you can see, I have developed daily, weekly, and monthly routines with my children. As I talk to my young adult children, I see where they have kept many of the routines they learned at home to their homes. That is the goal!

Small, achievable steps will lead to success.

This week, we are working in the Main Bathroom and one extra room.

Zone Missions: The Main Bathroom and One Extra Room
Monday – Declutter and Wipe the Bathroom Counters

Tuesday – Declutter the Bathroom Cabinet

Wednesday –  Declutter in the Laundry Room

Thursday – Declutter the Home Office/Your Desk

Friday – 27 Fling Boogie in the whole House

Menu Plan for Monday – Turkey (baked over the weekend)

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: 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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Moving Time For Mom – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool

 

 

Happy Friday!

Getting dressed down to your lace up shoes each morning serves several purposes. Putting your shoes on first thing in the morning tells your body and brain that it is time to be productive. Putting them on also helps take away one excuse you have on daily exercise. Putting on shoes also helps your feet stay healthy. There are so many benefits to wearing good, lace up shoes throughout the day.

Let’s talk about the benefits of daily movement time for you. Walking and purposeful movement helps your circulation. It helps you with weight maintenance. It helps you feel better physically and mentally. It can help you with healthy bones.  It can help reduce stress.

Over the years, I have done a lot of different types of exercise. When you have small children, you have to find ways to exercise that works with their schedule. I used DVD’s in the Living Room for years. The little ones could watch from the pack and play safely. As they got bigger, I would find toys and games that occupied them for 15 to 30 minutes. I could get up before them and exercise before they woke up. (Though this is hard to do sometimes if they are not sleeping through the night.) I have exercised in the Living Room during naptime.

As my children got older, I could do more kinds of exercise outdoors with them. We have gone hiking, bike riding, play basketball in the driveway, and more. Kids need daily exercise, too.

Four years ago, I started running. I wanted to lose weight and reduce my stress, and I decided I wanted to run. I was not great at it, and I am still not the fastest. But I am so happy with my progress. I feel good. My weight is managed. My doctor has reduced my medications. I have more energy. My kids run with me sometimes. Mostly, I run without them. I plan my schedule in a way that allows me to run daily and still do all the other things I have to do in a day.

If you are not doing any purposeful movement daily, start with walking for 15 minutes. You will start to feel better as you do it consistently.

Have a great weekend!

Zone Mission: Wipe down the microwave and stove top

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

 
Menu Plan: Fried Chicken and Popcorn Chicken

 

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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Taming the Paper Monster

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool

Have you noticed that each Thursday, you have a Home Blessing that includes decluttering paper and magazines? Since we homeschool, I know papers are a big part of our lives. It’s like the dust bunnies that live under the sofa or bed. Papers are in abundance and seem to multiply overnight.

I have a few tricks that I have developed to help me over the years with paper clutter.

Sort the mail when it comes into the house.

  • File bills
  • File important papers
  • Shred papers with your name and address
  • Toss junk mail that does not have your address

Review school work daily.

  • Toss the school papers you don’t need
  • File the papers and tests that you need to keep
  • Let go of school materials you don’t use
  • Keep one box of art keepsakes and share the rest with loved ones

What are other sources of paper in your home that you need to work on?

Have a wonderful day!

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Zone Mission – Declutter the Food in the Fridge

Weekly Home Blessing Task: Declutter Paper/Magazines

 
Menu Plan for Thursday: Baked Chicken

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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Homeschool Books – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool

How do your school books and papers look right now? If your students have books spread out in several places, talk to them about where their designated place is for school books. If you do not have a designated place, make one. I have a school cabinet with doors that open and close. Each of my children has a designated place for his books.

When we first started homeschooling, I had to figure out a way to handle books and papers. We spent too much time trying to find books and pencils. I moved an open bookshelf to my kitchen, and we used that for a time.

My husband did not mind that everything was visible, but he found a great deal on a TV cabinet. We put it in the kitchen and moved all of the daily use books and supplies into the cabinet. I have had up to 6 students. I have been able to fit everything that we use daily in this cabinet. Now, that I am down to 4 students, I have room for more of my teacher resources.

Some of my friends use rolling carts. Others use plastic crates. There are many ways to organize your daily use materials.

Besides this cabinet, I have three other bookshelves that hold my additional homeschool resources. I had four bookshelves of additional books, but I decluttered an entire bookshelf one school year.

My record keeping it pretty simple. It is based on state requirements for my homeschool. I also keep track of high school courses and grades for a transcript. I don’t keep everything they produce.

Spend 15 minutes decluttering and organizing your homeschool materials.

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: Soup and Sandwiches (Chicken and Salad for mom)

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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Menu Planning and Side Items – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool
                  
One of the more popular email questions I have received the past few weeks has to do with my menu that I write in my articles. I have four boys at home, and they eat a lot of food. When I write down my menu plan, it includes the protein and salad. Sometimes, I put down the bread we are eating. I don’t put down the side items because it varies from day to day. I buy potatoes, rice, and pasta to serve with our evening meal.

Growing boys need carbs. I am gluten-free, so I pick things that either I can eat, or that I don’t mind turning down. I am not cooking two different meals unless it is pasta night. Basically, I eat chicken any time I pick a meal that the boys love that is not gluten-free. I have tried the gluten-free pasta, and it is not great. I do love spaghetti squash in place of spaghetti.

Most afternoons, I decide on the side item according to how much time I have to prepare the side item. Other times, I let my son who is my main chef choose the side item. I don’t put the sides on my menu plan when I write it out.

Since we are decluttering in the kitchen this week, take a look at the appliances on your kitchen counters. Do you use all of them? If you don’t use all of the appliances that are out on your counter, find a different place to store them or declutter them.

Have a wonderful day!

 

Zone Mission: Declutter 1 Kitchen Drawer

Weekly Home Blessings of the Day: Quick Dust and Vacuum

Menu Plan for Tuesday: Chicken ‘n Dumplins (grilled chicken for mom)

 

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: Ask your children what interests them. Pick up some library books on the topic.

 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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Decluttering Your Way to Peace – Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool

           

Did you declutter a little bit each day last week? Getting rid of the clutter in your house will make it easier for you to do the Home Blessings. It will make it easier for you to homeschool. It will make it easier to cook. Decluttering brings you peace. Decluttering reduces your stress.

What are the things that keep you from decluttering?

You have guilt.

You spent money on something, and you feel guilty giving it away. If it doesn’t work for you. If you don’t have a place for it, let it go.

You also have guilt letting go of things that people have given you.

Turn this around and bless someone else with it.

You tell yourself that you don’t have time to declutter.

Use a timer for 2 minutes and declutter in one area. Once you start decluttering daily, you will see an improvement. You will want to start decluttering more each day. Limit yourself to 15 minutes a day.

You have a hard time deciding what to do with the things that are not trash, but you need to get rid of them.

You get hung up looking for the best place/way to get rid of things. My best advice for you is to find a place for your donations and use it regularly. I use a drive-thru donation place. It makes it very easy on my errand day to drop off donations.

You are holding onto stuff for a yard sale.

Please don’t hold onto stuff until you have time to have a yard sale one day. Yard sales are a big time commitment, and you often do not make much money having one. You can bless someone else with your abundance and not tie up a lot of time preparing for a yard sale.

This week, use your timer and just get rid of stuff that you are not using. Don’t give clutter a foothold on valuable space in your home.

Let me know how many items you release this week!

Zone Missions: The Kitchen
Monday – Declutter and Wipe the Counters

Tuesday – Declutter 1 Kitchen Drawer

Wednesday –  Declutter 1 Kitchen Cabinet

Thursday – Declutter food from the Fridge

Friday – Wipe down the Microwave and Stove Top

Menu Plan for Monday – Chicken Pot Pie

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: 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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Reading Aloud in Your Homeschool

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool

 

Happy Friday!

Do you have a book picked out to read as a family this month? We are going to be reading Sounder by William H. Armstrong. It was on our book list for this year to go along with our study of America and American government.

We enjoy our time together reading. It is a great opportunity to allow each person a time to read aloud. It is fun to use different voices and inflections while reading. It is quite entertaining at times. If you do not read aloud as family on a regular basis, I highly recommend it. It builds strong family ties, better vocabulary, and makes memories.

You can pick a book based on interest level. I usually pick something that goes along with our history study to enhance our lesson time. One year, we read all 9 volumes of the Little House on the Prairie books. I read one per month, and we enjoyed the in depth study of that time period.

One year we read Johnny Tremain as our read aloud while we studied the American Revolution. It was a favorite book, and it drew all of us into the story line. My children were disappointed when they learned it was historical fiction. After that, I had to be more clear about fiction versus non-fiction. I usually let them know when we are reading historical fiction now.

Let me know what you are reading!

Have a great weekend!

Zone Mission: Sweep the front porch.

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

 
Menu Plan: Pizza 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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Homeschooling with Younger Children at Home

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool

Previously I talked a little bit about homeschooling with younger ones in the house who are preschool age or younger. I had several emails asking for ideas for occupying little ones while you are homeschooling older children. Here is a list of several things that I have done based on the age and ability of my children.

Babies:
Move them around the house with you as you do school with the older children.
Have different types of baby equipment in different rooms.
Use naptime to do one-on-one time with older children.
Read a lot to your older children and hold the baby. (One of my favorite memories.)

Toddlers:
Rotate play time with the baby with the older children.
Only let them play with certain toys during school. (Use a box to store them.)
Big blocks to stack in the floor while you read to older children.
Snack time in the high chair beside you while you oversee the other children’s work.
Use afternoon naptime for one-on-one time with older children.

Preschoolers:
Have older children set up pretend store and pretend restaurants for the preschooler.
Counting games.
Sorting games.
Anything that promotes fine motor skills.
Read picture books to the that relate to what your older children are learning.
Age-appropriate crafts.
Salt dough.
Blocks.

Please share with me some of the ways you have occupied younger children while homeschooling older children.

Have a wonderful day!

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Zone Mission – Declutter in the Dining Room

Weekly Home Blessing Task: Declutter Paper/Magazines

 
Menu Plan for Thursday: 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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Decluttering – Getting Orgnanized

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool

Welcome to a new month! The new habit of the month with The FlyLady is a great one for homeschoolers. She encourages us to declutter for 15 minutes a day this month. I wish she was doing her Super Fling Boogie and keeping track of the pounds decluttered because I decluttered an old, upright piano last Thursday! I think that would put me over the top on pounds decluttered! My husband bought a new piece of furniture after Christmas, and I have been trying to give the piano away for more than a year. Everything finally came together.

Next on my list is to deliver a kitchen table to my daughter. I do declutter smaller items, too. It just feels extra good to get rid of large pieces of furniture that we do not need. Stop for a minute and think about visiting a house that is stuffed with furniture. How does it make you feel? My goal is to have seating for my family. So I carefully decide on the amount of furniture in my house.

My mother recently retired, and she is systematically decluttering her house. My grandparents originally bought the house in 1964. It has been in the family for a while, and there are lots of areas to declutter.

Decluttering can be contagious! Use your timer. Turn on some music. Focus on ONE area for 15 minutes. Once you get into this routine, you will see a big difference in your home.

Have a great day!

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Zone Mission – Declutter the Entryway

Weekly Home Blessing Task: Wipe Windows and Mirrors

 
Menu Plan for Wednesday: spaghetti, 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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Is your sink shiny? Getting Organized

Getting Organized:
In your home and homeschool
                 
How does your sink look?

This month we practiced the habit of shining our sink once a day. I have trained my children to rinse their dishes and put them in the dishwasher. That keeps my sink empty. All of them help with unloading the dishwasher as well. I do resist the temptation to rearrange the dishwasher. We run the dishwasher twice a day anyway. I am not going to be a perfectionist on how the dishwasher is loaded. They have emptied it enough that they know the general area the dishes go in. I don’t stress out about how the dishes are loaded.

Teaching your children how to do dishes is an important life skill. There are many things around the house that you can teach you children to do that will benefit them later in life. In the present, it will benefit you to train your army to help you. Remember that the next time you do something around the house because it is easier for you to do it rather than to teach them to do it.

While I am talking about perfectionism and teaching your children. Think about your laundry. Do you find yourself doing most of the folding even if it is towels because you want things folded a certain way? Teach your children to fold laundry and be willing to accept it if it is not perfect. My two youngest fold the towels and washcloths daily. They know the way to fold them, but I do not go back behind them to refold them if they do not look perfect. Guess what? We will be using those towels and washcloths again really soon.

Have a wonderful day!

 

Zone Mission: Detail dust and vacuum the Living Room.

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: Ask your children what interests them. Pick up some library books on the topic.

 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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