Well, guess we’re not going anywhere for awhile, eh?
If you have kids suddenly at home, you have certainly realized that kids at home minus a plan equals chaos.
And not the “we all slept in and built a fort outside and ate 47 Popsicles and watched movies until midnight” chaos.
I mean “no one has dressed or gotten off the couch or lifted a finger all day” chaos. The type of chaos that makes a parent want to ship everyone off to one of those two-month long summer camps we see in the movies but can’t find in a Google search.
The answer isn’t to “embrace the chaos” because embracing it usually means I’m working hours a day cleaning up after a bunch of sloths.
Instead, let’s CONTAIN THE CHAOS with a PLAN and a SIMPLE SYSTEM.
A system that gets your kids (and you) up in the morning, dressed and ready for the day, and your home maintained, all without words coming out of your mouth or an elaborate color-coded daily schedule chart.
All of this can be accomplished with my morning management system, Child, It’s Time to Get Off Your Butt.
And I use the word “system” not because it’s so complex that you need an app or a spreadsheet to implement it, but because it demonstrates that, once implemented, it works one its own.
It’s only $5 with the code FLATTENTHECURVE and you get everything you need to get your people off the couch, ready for the day, and your home maintained:
✅ An 18-page eBook outlining Child, It’s Time to Get Off Your Butt and how it can work for YOUR household, regardless of the number of kids, their ages, or your crafting ability.
✅ Downloadable charts and worksheets that you can fill in with a pencil or edit on your computer PLUS lots of ideas so you don’t have to search Pinterest to finish this thing.
✅ Step-by-step video tutorial showing you how to implement this system in case you’re an audio learner. Or you just want to see my face explain it.
✅ BONUS: A special Make Ahead Breakfast Prep Plan with recipes, a shopping list, and a schedule so you can get a month’s worth of breakfasts in the freezer.
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