It’s almost time to go back to school!
I cannot believe that back-to-school affects me this year. My oldest is going to kindergarten, so this is the first year of school visits and shopping for back-to-school supplies. I think I enjoyed school supply shopping as much as she did. In a few days, she will be holding this sign!I created a full set of First Day of School printables to share with you today.
The full PDF includes pre-school through eighth grade. I realize that you may be hard-pressed to get your seventh or eighth grader to hold a sign…but figured I would include it just in case.
Print off the full PDF here: First Day of School Printables
Or PIN the printables for later.
Having to abide by a school schedule is new to me. As a stay-at-home mom, I have been able to make our own schedule for the past five years. This will be a big change for me!
I know that I will need to manage my schedule much differently as I am not used to getting my girls out the door early in the morning. If you are in the same boat as me and need to reset your mornings for back-to-school, consider checking out: Your Morning Manual: A Guide & Workbook for Resetting & Maximizing Your Mornings. I will be running a morning accountability group in September, so pick the eBook up and join me if you need to step back and take a look at your morning schedule.
Your Morning Manual: A Guide & Workbook for Resetting & Maximizing Your Mornings will guide you from start to finish. It includes worksheets to help you organize and plan along the way.
This step-by-step guide will help you:
- Visualize your ideal morning
- Decide your morning priorities
- Plan your morning routine
- Create a morning schedule
- Make the most of your evening time
- Decide on an accountability plan
- Motivate you to use your mornings best to achieve the entire day that is your ultimate goal!
This eBook contains worksheets to help you as you make your morning plan.
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