Busy Mom’s Organization Tool Kit
Do you struggle with . . .
- Staying focused?
- Being consistent?
- Being productive?
- Getting organized?
- Completing project?
- Achieving goals?
Or is it difficult to get anything done with your kids around?
I can relate.
I was a stay-at-home mom for over 20 years and a homeschool mom for 10 years. It’s hard to complete projects or stay focused when you’re raising a family. That’s one reason I created our brand, new Busy Mom’s Organization Tool Kit.
I’ll give you tips & tricks I used to get organized, to stay focused & consistent, as well as getting projects completed.
It’s exactly what you need to start 2020. Grab your Tool Kit now and save $27! Instead of the retail price of $46 you pay the Tool Kit Price of $23 and receive:
- Busy Mom’s Get Organized ebook ($15)
- Busy Mom’s Get Organized workbook ($10)
- Juggling Activities as a Mom video ($7)
- Planning & Productivity video ($7)
- How to Manage Your Time video ($7)
$46 – Tool Kit Price $23
Drama-Free Mom Bundle
Enter the drama-free mom zone with practical strategies from the Bible to take stress, worry and anxiety out of your life. Discover Kerry’s four tools to be joyful, have peace and smile.
Your Drama-Free Mom Bundle includes a wide variety of resources for you to instill God’s peace in your life. You’ll receive each of the following:
- Become a Drama-Free Mom: Finding Peace in Your Life, Your Homeschool, Your Family! ebook ($15)
- Achieving Peace through Consistency video workshop ($10)
- Busy Mom’s Game Plan: How to Stay Close to God video workshop ($10)
- How to DeStress Moms with 3 R’s audio workshop ($10)
$45, Bundle Price $19
Character Training Tool Kit
- 3 Following God Charts (Consequences & Rewards from Biblical Perspective – $15)
- Achieving Peace through ConsistencyWorkshop ($10)
- Teaching Good Manners: Teaching Tips for Busy Moms ebook ($10)
- TOTAL Value $35, Tool Kit Price $19
Teaching Good Manners
Manners are not taught in a day or a night. They take time and repetition. In fact, they are a life skill that parents model. And, they take work. It is work, well worth it, if you persevere while your kids are at home.
When I picked up Hunter from a friend’s home, the mom told me that Hunter was the only one who thanked her for lunch. He also took his plate back. How did that happen?
Our kids said thank you for meals. They took their plates to the sink after a meal. It was part of our life at home, so it was part of them when they were away from home.
Our family was not as intentional as I had wished in teaching manners. As you can see from this story, we did model “please” and “thank you” every single day. I told my kids thank you for all sorts of things. As a result, they followed my example and said “thank you” to others.