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Scheduling Time During The Summer | Part 1

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I have been lazy this summer (so far, I mean, it’s only mid-June!) But my kids have things to do and places to go (parks and lakes and fishing and camping and and and) so I need to be a little more intentional with my time, making sure that I get all of the grown-up things done, so I can have fun with my kids. 

Scheduling Time In The Summer | Beth Hardinger Blog
I’ve been doing a lot of reading about block scheduling right now – Ali Edwards has a post about this, and it’s how she gets all of her awesome projects done. I know that it’s not a new concept, but it’s new to me. I even have a board on Pinterest just for this. The next step is sitting down and actually figuring out a schedule! I’ll be using Google Calendar (color-coding!) and my inkWELL Press planner.

Stay tuned for my next post – how I put together my schedule – including fun and family time!

1 thought on “Scheduling Time During The Summer | Part 1

  1. I don’t really like things like block scheduling because it feels too confining. I’m much more of a go with the flow kind of person. I can understand why and how block scheduling could be useful, though, especially with kids. You’ll have to write about how well it works out for you. 🙂

    With Love,
    Mandy

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