Well, it is officially that time of the year again. The birds are singing and all the colors look brighter. 😉 Yep, it’s back to school time! Unfortunately, the chaos that can ensue each morning can ruin an otherwise beginning to a wonderful day. So, to help keep the chaos down to a minimum, I am sharing some of my favorite back to school organizing tips, plus you can snag my free printable for the ultimate school planner!
Have you looked at the price tag on a dry erase board lately? I have to say that I experienced some serious sticker shock on my latest shopping excursion.
I don’t know about you, but I absolutely hate trying to find a reliable service or repair person. The ones that will take your money and leave you with shoddy work are a dime a dozen. While, competent, high quality workers are so very rare. That’s why, when I find a company or a person that does a good job, I like to keep track of them for future use. But, I am not much of one for keeping up with business cards. Instead, I prefer to use my own home service and repairs’ printable.
Sometime last year, I started to notice this new trend. I was scrolling through Pinterest looking at all the different planners that are available. About halfway down the page, I noticed this very pretty, hand-drawn, calendar. Well, naturally I had to check it out. This quickly led me into the world of bullet journalling. If you are unfamiliar with bullet journalling, let me just tell you that it is so much fun! I love seeing my bullet journals come alive. So, I thought that I would share with you some of my bullet journal ideas, and how to get started.
What Your Family Needs to Know…
In the event of my death – free Printable
Not long ago, my uncle (whom I shall refer to as “A”) suffered a severe stroke. Although he has not yet made a full recovery, we were thankful that he survived it. However, the many months following the stroke were incredibly difficult for my aunt (whom I shall refer to as “B”), and not just because of the health issues. You see, “A” had always handled the finances, bills, and what not. While, “B” just did her job and spent money as needed.