The Schedule that Saved Our Summer
We love summer vacation! The possibilities are endless, and our bucket lists are full. Unfortunately, operating without a summer schedule often leads to either overcommitting ourselves or spending so much time relaxing that we miss out on great opportunities and adventures.
Last summer, I was determined to make the most of my time with the kiddos without overwhelming myself in the process. We brainstormed a bucket list and used it to create a basic summer schedule.
30 Day Challenge to a Less Frazzled Life
Since the day school started, I don’t think there has been one day that I haven’t dropped into bed exhausted. I am longing for a more simple life. I know it’s not just me; almost every mom I know is too busy! If this keeps up, we are all going to be overstressed and overwhelmed, and our kids are too.
I want to change. I want to break this habit of busyness. I am ready for the challenge. How about you?
Join us for the 30 Day Challenge to a Less Frazzled Life.
A Planning Tool to Simplify Your Week
Have you ever wondered what you actually accomplished at the end of a busy week? Sometimes moms are so busy reacting to the surprises life throws our way, and tending to the details of our daily routine that we don’t make much progress on the things that matter most.
Healthy Meal Planning for Kids
Get your kids involved in packing their own lunches! They tend to get more excited about what is in their lunchbox if they have a hand in making it. Use our Healthy Meal Planning printable as a guide to pack the ideal lunch—they will love it!
All you have to do is be sure to buy the types of food that they would want to pick from. Then, designate a specific shelf in the refrigerator and in the pantry or food cabinet that they can choose their items from.
16 Overlooked Spring Cleaning Spots
I recently visited a very nice older friend of mine who I adore. She’s kind, she’s giving and she plays […]
What I Need to Know to be Safe
We all want our kids to be safe and intend to ensure they are properly supervised at all times. But there are situations where, despite good planning and your best intentions, they become separated from their caregivers. If this happens while traveling or in an unfamiliar environment, it can be double scary for kids and parents alike. To help prepare for a scenario like this, we’ve put together this safety printable to attach to the inside of your child’s clothing or backpack while traveling.
When Mom’s Away Planner
If you’re leaving your child home alone, or with a sitter, use iMOM’s When Mom’s Away Planner to make the time productive […]
Top to Bottom Cleaning Checklist
When it comes to how to clean your house, it’s best to start at the top and work down (for […]
Teacher Conference Worksheet
Parent-teacher conferences are a wonderful opportunity to hear helpful information from one of the few people who spends lots of time with your child outside of your own family. Don’t waste this valuable block of time — be well-prepared with our helpful worksheet in hand! It’s easy to use and can help you track progress from month to month or year to year.
Sick & Well Visit Worksheets
A well visit to the pediatrician can be even more beneficial, and a sick visit can be a little less […]
Pet Responsibility Chart
There comes an age when every child wants a pet of their own. iMOM’s Pet Responsibility Chart helps your children learn […]
My He Home
Having an HE – high efficiency – home starts with having a household cleaning schedule. iMOM’s HE home printable gives […]