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It’s springtime! For most, that means throwing open the windows and doing some serious spring cleaning. It’s also a great opportunity to catch up on much-needed spring organizing…attacking the organizational backlog that may have piled up over the last few months.
“Enough Time” was created by Day-Timer to be resource for busy Moms to learn and share techniques to tame even the craziest family schedules. So far, we’ve provided helpful tips and tricks to help you achieve your goals, save time and money, stick to budgets, stay healthy, be more organized, and even enjoying a little “me time”.
Because we’d like to continue covering topics that are important to you, we’re asking for your feedback! Please consider this an invitation to tell us what what’s matters most and what topics interest you as parents and as individuals. We’d also like to know if there are any topics that don’t interest you.
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Are you ready for Valentine’s Day? Or are you like me and still trying to figure out ‘the perfect’ gift? As a busy mom, you’re probably reading this and telling yourself to put ‘the perfect gift’ on the list with the other 82,673 that need to be done in the next few weeks. Read the rest of this entry
Well, there’s a difference between a typical to-do list and a to-do list that will actually help you get things done.
So what’s the big secret? Read the rest of this entry
- Store Coupons (which are distributed by your local stores like Target, Publix, Kroger)
- Manufacturer Coupons (distributed by brands like Kraft and Proctor and Gamble) Read the rest of this entry
You know the feeling…confused, misplaced. Scrambling like a dog digging holes in the backyard trying to remember where you buried that bone. And, these “lost bones” aren’t just obscure objects, but everyday information as well. Read the rest of this entry
My family’s diet consists of whole foods. To me, this means I prefer to start with foods that look like they did at the farm where they came from. No need to grind it up with a bunch of something else, spit it out and then repackage it as a mystery substance. No thank you. Read the rest of this entry
One of the things I love about having a well-stocked pantry, ready to go at a moment’s notice, is the ability I have to be spontaneous. Rather than be married to routine and schedule, I can embrace those surprise opportunities to spend the day with friends, host an impromptu play date, or survive an unexpected emergency and put off that grocery trip just a day or two without feeling it in the kitchen. Read the rest of this entry
You’ve probably had the pleasure of seeing your child sit in a room packed with activities, games, arts and crafts, and yes, even a TV set. Yet, despite being surrounded by hundreds of things to do, their complaint is always the same:
“I don’t know what to do.” Read the rest of this entry