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Parenting, Planning & Organization, Time Management

Surviving COVID Homeschooling: Routines

There is a reason every classroom teacher has set routines in place - and it isn't just to keep the classroom clean. Teachers instill routines because studies have shown they are beneficial to child development. Children thrive when they know what to expect and creating a routine is the first step in helping their development.… Continue reading Surviving COVID Homeschooling: Routines

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Parenting, Planning & Organization, Time Management

Surviving COVID Homeschooling: Time Management

Managing time can seem like an art - either you naturally master the 24-hours in your day, or you get trampled by distractions and wonder what happened to all of the hours in the day. When we are working from home, we can sometimes get lost in day. Without a routine, minutes turn to hours… Continue reading Surviving COVID Homeschooling: Time Management

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Habits, Personal Growth, Planning & Organization, Time Management

How to Effectively Use A To-Do List

Your To-Do List Will Never Be Finished, So Stop Trying To Get To The End of It I LOVE lists. I’m not kidding. I have lists EVERYWHERE. A grocery list, a list of yoga and network marketing videos I want to watch, a chore list, a list of business action items. Seriously, the lists are… Continue reading How to Effectively Use A To-Do List

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Habits, Personal Growth, Planning & Organization, Time Management

Managing Your Time When You have Nothing But Time

Quarantining has given us nothing but time, but sometimes, too much time can be counterproductive to progress. Learn how you can structure your time to maintain motivation and progress: I’ve always been a scheduler. I have daily agenda books, calendars, to-do lists, and schedules out the wazoo. Seriously. One look in my workbag and you’d… Continue reading Managing Your Time When You have Nothing But Time

Anxiety, Home Organization, I Can Only Laugh About It, Moving, Time Management

The Moving Meltdown

We’re moving. Unexpectedly and suddenly. The why is a story for another day. First, we’ll talk about what it’s doing to my head. Anyone who has ever moved understands the stress and pressure it puts on your life. Anyone who has ever been a teacher understands that August – the week before school starts –… Continue reading The Moving Meltdown