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To be a successful homeschool mom there has to be patience, dedication, a sense of humor, and most of all KIDS! Pint-sized Treasures has compiled a great list to help every homeschool mom be a success. While there is no perfect plan that works for every mom. These are tips that everyone can benefit from.
This workbook will lead you through getting your whole house decluttered. The key is building a decluttering habit, and doing a little bit every day. In the first month, you will spend 10-15 minutes per day, but each month thereafter, the time will be less and less. Because I have been doing this in my home for quite a while now, I only spend 2-3 minutes per day, and I keep my home decluttered without big, intense weekend decluttering projects!
I’m getting ready to say something REALLY controversial…A Child Chore Chart System should NOT be your first priority if you are trying to lighten you own cleaning load and get your home in order. It’s the truth. By the end of this blog post, you will understand what your first, second, and third priorities should actually be. Once you have these three things in order, THEN, you will be able to successfully teach your children to do chores as well.
How many times in the past have your efforts at decluttering failed? Having a clutter-free home was my New Year’s Resolution year after year. And then, every year I failed. I tried every method to get the clutter under control. IF I was able to get an area decluttered, it didn’t take long before the space was cluttered and messy all over again. I finally stumbled on the method that I have successfully used now for close to five years to keep my home clutter-free…even with ten children! Learn how
Are you aware of the top 10 items that your child can choke on? Do your friends consider you a helicopter parent? Are you the one cutting the grapes in half, making sure the hotdog is in slices and then halved again, at parties you go around picking up broken balloon pieces so no child gets it in their mouth. Well, read this story from one concerned parent on a simple item that became a horrible choking hazard.
Getting your home organized once and for all can be a reality. The Freedom Moms has some great tips to keep your home clean and organized before the holiday hustle and bustle begins. These are amazingly easy organization tips from a mom of 10! Have that organized house you always wanted and keep it that way! Check them out today!
Letting your kids get messy in the kitchen is an awesome learning experience! This list of 14 meals kids can cook by themselves from Pint-sized Treasures is a great way to get kids interested in cooking. Cooking is a life skill that everyone should learn. Most kids love cooking or baking once they learn how to do it.