Time Management

Manage your time efficiently with these time management routines and simple living tips. Check out the free time management printables.

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Simplify Christmas by being intentional.

My favorite time at Christmas is the Christmas Eve candlelight service. I love when all the candles are lit and everyone sings “Silent Night”. It is such a calm moment, and it almost feels like time stands still. That feeling is such a contrast to all of the hustling and bustling during the month of

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Give everyone books for Christmas just personalize the gifts for each individual.

One of the best ways to save time (and sanity) on Christmas gift giving is to give theme gifts. This way everyone (or most everyone) on your list receives the same gift, but you can still personalize each gift to fit individual personalities. This works especially well, if you have a bunch of people on

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Have a hard time just getting started? Here are 3 easy solutions to stop procrastinating and finally getting things done!

Ahhh! It’s almost December! Can you believe it? This is the time of year we start thinking over the past year and reflecting on things we did and didn’t accomplish. Are there goals that you haven’t completed? You may feel like time has run out, but the truth is the year is not over yet!

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Growing up, my family had all sorts of family traditions. There were always activities or food that we looked forward to for each holiday. We even had traditions for the first day of school! The breakfast table was always set with a “first day of school” card at our plates and my mom made a

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You DO have enough time!

  Do you ever feel like there just isn’t enough time? Maybe the to-do list is longer than your day. We all feel like this from time to time. Different seasons of our lives bring added responsibilities and new opportunities. But I don’t think that it is healthy to stay in a state of overwhelm

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Make toddler chores easy by putting hooks low enough for children to reach them in order to put their belongings away.

  One of the biggest lessons I have learned since becoming a mom is that everything worth learning takes time and practice. Teaching children how to be responsible for their chores takes time and lots of repetition. My son is 2 years old and getting him to do his chores has taken months and months

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Get organized this school year with a homework station for your kids!

When I was a teacher, one of my favorite things to do at the beginning of each school year was to hand out apples to the parents at orientation. The apples had little notes on them that said, “An apple for the teacher is really nothing new. But here’s an apple for the parent because