But all those Pinterest searches weren't for nothing. I've realized that the easiest way to keep my household running semi-smoothly is my household management binder. And these super-cute back-to-school pages make it easy for me to update my binder when it's time for school to start (in two weeks. But who’s counting?). These sheets take it a step further for well-meaning moms like me who want to do all the things we see online but never get around to. (I still have "fill out years 3-5 in the baby book" on my to-do list). These pages track not only our kids' weekly schedules, homework assignments and activities, but also include a spot to document their first and last day of school.
If you're anything like me — stop what you're doing (yes, now) and print these sheets and add them to your household binder. Don't have one yet? Get started with this one and add in the school sheets. Since I only have one school-age child, I have just one section marked off for him. But feel free to print off a few copies and have a section for each of the kiddos.
If you're reading this thinking — who needs all this? I dictate my kids' schedules into my iPhone while simultaneously washing dishes and preparing wholesome, organic and locally grown meals — pass it on to a friend who can use it. She'll be the one wearing slippers at the office.
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