Get More Time With Your Family This Holiday Season With Tips from Moms Who Know
As my aunt used to tell my grandmother, “Christmas always comes on December 25 every year.” Memaw did a lot of things very well (the pies!) , but staying on top of her holiday to-do list was not one of them.
A little organization can go a long way--and it can give you more time with your family. As I write this in November, my tree and Christmas lights have been up a few weeks, but I grew up in a house where the tree went up December 20-something and my mom was still looking for that one Bob Dylan CD I requested long after we had finished opening presents.
3 Ways to Have More Fun with Less Sugar on Halloween!
Halloween can be a lot of fun--but oftentimes, it’s also a lot of sugar. Whether you’re worried about the health concerns, or trying to make sure you get enough Reese’s pumpkins for your secret stash above the fridge, limiting your kids’ intake of Halloween candy can help you make Halloween healthier for your kids.
Time Timer ® spoke with Beth Robeson, The Picky Eater Coach, who offers 3 Ways to Have More Fun with Less Sugar this Halloween:
Holidaze? Keep Calm and Plan
Both fall and winter bring much anticipation and energy around various holidays. So many of us find ourselves busy with endless tasks of decorating, cooking, baking, events, gift wrapping, sending cards, parties...the list is endless. Much of these activities are happening right in the middle of the busy life that you already have!
Wondering if it's possible to feel less stressful during the Holidaze? With proper planning and time-management strategies, you can create your ideal holiday season. Below are five steps to help you enjoy the Season of Seasons.