Do you need the best daily stay-at-home mom schedule to help you get into a routine? Are you a stay-at-home mom that is responsible for taking care of your kids on a day to day basis? You may be asking yourself, “how do stay-at-home moms schedule for the day?” This is such an important and fun job, but if you are a stay-at-home mom, you know at times the hours can drag on! I am speaking from experience as I am a former teacher that decided to stay-at-home with my kids after working since I was twelve years old. Fortunately, there are ways to help the day go by quickly and help you stay sane as a stay-at-home mom.
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These boredom busters for kids are not only fun but also include a variety of academic tasks to keep your kids learning while they are at home with you.
This post has been divided up into sections according to the free printable. I have also attached a blank copy of this printable so you can adjust as needed. What works for me, may not work for you and that is okay!
Are you thinking you need to stockpile on a budget? With the recent scare of the coronavirus, stores are having a difficult time staying stocked. In fact, the teacher at my son’s school requested sanitizing wipes because half of the class had the flu last week.
I was lucky enough to grab the second to last multipack. Yep, that is all they had left – Two multipacks.
Not to mention, Costco was out of toilet paper and most stores are out of hand sanitizer (although I found some at Walmart in the Easter sections, but don’t tell anyone!)
This leads me to my next post…What should you stock up on if you are stuck inside for a long period of time?
You may be asking, “What is financial discipline?” Regardless of whether you have heard this term before, this post will help you understand what it takes to be disciplined with money and help you on your path to a debt-free life.
I like to consider myself somewhat disciplined. Mostly with goals -but not so much with cleaning. haha
With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, it is always fun to come up with some easy Leprechaun crafts for kids to make. Each holiday is special in it’s own sense and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception.
We enjoy making St. Patrick’s Day food, decorating our house, and attending our local parade.
It is always a fun tradition to make craft projects with my kids for each holiday and we enjoy displaying their craft projects around the house as decorations.
This year we are going to try out some of the ideas below by making Leprechaun Crafts for kids.