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Age Appropriate Chores for Elementary Ages

For complete printable lists of chores your elementary child can do on his own (and another list on chores he can do with help!), click on the links below!

Age Appropriate Chores for Early Elementary Ages

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Click here for colorful, printable chore lists for toddlers through tweens.

If you want more chores, efficiency, and organization help, check out the podcast episodes listed here.

Age Appropriate Chores for Kindergarteners

For complete printable lists of chores your kindergartener can do on his own (and another list on chores he can do with help!), click on the links below!

Age Appropriate Chores for Kindergarteners

Pin these Chores for Kindergarteners on Pinterest!

Click here for colorful, printable chore lists for toddlers through tweens.

If you want more chores, efficiency, and organization help, check out the podcast episodes listed here.

Age Appropriate Chores for Preschoolers

For complete printable lists of chores your preschooler can do on his own (and another list on chores he can do with help!), click on the links below!

Age Appropriate Chores for Preschoolers

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Age Appropriate Chores for Toddlers

Age Appropriate Chores for Toddlers

Pin this chore list on Pinterest!

Click here to buy colorful, printable chore lists for toddlers through tweens.

If you want more chores, efficiency, and organization help, check out the podcast episodes listed here.

Why a Resolution With the Word MORE in It Will Likely Not Be Met

Why A Resolution With the Word More In It Will Likely Not Be Met

I recently looked up top resolutions for the new year—and saw some interesting lists. They were the typical ones you would expect—lose weight, exercise, get out of debt, eat more healthfully, spend time with family, etc.

But what struck me most was the recurring use of the word MORE.

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Podcast Handout for “Simplified Meal Planning”

Simplifed Meal Planning Podcast

 

 

Listen to the podcast here!

 

Get asked efficiency questions a lot:

1. Doing the mundane, routine, or regular more quickly and more efficiently gives you more time for the exciting, ground-breaking, earth-shattering!

2. Teaches our children efficient work habits.

3. Makes you feel like a million bucks! 🙂

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Podcast Handout For ” How Can I Turn My Day From Chaos to Control? From Rowdy to Routine?”

How Can I Turn My Day From Chaos to Control? From Rowdy to Routine?

 

Listen to the podcast HERE!

 
TWO IMPORTANT TIPS

(1) Don’t think big—don’t try to do it all tomorrow! Start small. Solve little problems one at a time. Fix things in certain order that will bring you control.
(2) You can get better and better at organizing, scheduling, prioritizing, and home management

 

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Podcast: How Can I Turn My Day From Chaos to Control? From Rowdy to Routine?

Podcast: How Can I Turn My Day From Chaos to Control? From Rowdy to Routine?Donna Reish, author of Meaningful Composition, Character Quality Language Arts, Character Ink blog, and Raising Kids With Character parenting seminar, brings you another episode of Wondering Wednesday. This week Donna answers a homeschooling mother’s questions about turning her day into one of routine and control rather than rowdiness and chaos. Donna gives her two important tips—think baby steps and consider how you will get better and better at home management through the years. Then she delves into things to consider for you personally—situations and scenarios that affect your day and follows that with a systematic order for managing your school day. Finally, she leaves listeners with lots of tips for morning routines, chore schedules, tutoring blocks, and more—along with tons of links from previous podcast episodes and blog posts!

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Podcast Handout for: “How to Implement Cycle Cooking for Freezer Entrees”

How to Implement Cycle Cooking for Freezer Entrees and Starters

The following post is from this week’s podcast handout: “How to Implement Cycle Cooking for Freezer Entrees”.

 

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