I am not sure why this just came across my mind…but a light bulb just finally turned on. There are so many mothers out there that have kids especially kids with special needs. My heart has so much compassion for parents caring for special needs children. So many parents that I am interviewing for our company need to be able to work at home for this very reason so they can have flexibility in providing care, going through testing, appointments, etc.
Are you getting overwhelmed trying to keep track of your schedule?
Are you finding you forget what things you need to take care of during the day or week?
Are things easily slipping your mind and you miss the due date for registration, entry, or assignment?
If you answered yes to any of these questions friends, here are a few tips and strategies to help you stay more organized and on top of your week:
1) Invest into yourself by purchasing a planner. Planners can be found at almost any store, including the dollar store. You don’t have to get the fanciest one, just one that you can take simple notes in and write your appointments down with. Planner can be 8.5×11 or a small planner that you keep in your purse or briefcase.
Hello friends! I just had a thought that I should write about one of those yesterdays from last week, yes you got it, the yesterday days before the holiday break began! You know those yesterdays? Those days you were so excited because everything just seemed so right on your schedule the way you had it planned. Everything was looking sparkly and fantabulous and all of A SUDDEN…
You get the call on your phone. You know the call I am talking about. The moment you realize you have to pick your child up from school because they have a fever. The same moment you are 20 plus minutes late in picking up your child and the administrator is not happy you are there late therefore deciding to hand you the student handbook asking you to review it. The same moment you receive the handbook in your hand and it’s marked exactly on the page that discuss school policies when your child is sick. Also the moment you just REALIZED….