This week I finally realized that the rush of activity before the newest school year fits day is similar to the feelings many of us had leading up to picking out our New Years Resolutions in December 2020. Back to School is a time where all the disorganized or overwhelmed moms wish that they couldContinue reading “Some People Excel At Google Calendar And Some Don’t – Which Back to School Mom Are You?”
Google Calendar is my Bible right now since regular activities are coming back into existence as we come out of the COVID times. A great trick I recently discovered is that you can get a daily agenda sent to you in your email inbox. It’d be great to print out and post for the familyContinue reading “Start your day right…”
As much as you can plan your days to perfection there is always a monkey wrench he that will get thrown into the mix. A few weeks ago my daughter had a softball lesson. I had it written on 3 different calendars and all 3 sources had different times on them. Even with my abilityContinue reading “The struggle is real…”
What if you could save over $1,000 this year quickly while holding onto your Netflix account and being able to still treat yourself at Starbucks? Moms love to save their money but as you know, we also want to have those “Me moments” where they can indulge ourselves a little without neglecting their family’s needs.Continue reading “Money Matters — 52 Week Savings Plan”
I’ve jumped full steam ahead into planning out my next few months of workouts. After being stuck mentally and physically in this hibernation mode that seems to have caught a lot of us off guard during quarantine, I’m taking a stand and I’m making a plan. Step one is to find an activity tracker whereContinue reading “I want to try for 365”
A few years ago I wrote a great post called How to Absolutely Spring Break Like a Pro and it got me to think about what kinds of things I know how to do like a pro. As a mom I’m more of a renaissance man, but one thing I know I’m good at isContinue reading “How to Absolutely Use Google Calendar Like a Pro”
Spring Break is different with kids. When it comes to planning a spring break for kindergarten age kids and younger, your focus becomes more on what you can do with the kids during the week while you take advantage of being able to sleep in since there is no school for an entire week!