Getting Back in the School Routine

August 6, 2009 at 7:12 am Leave a comment

How many of you are ready to send your kids back to school? While we all enjoy the carefree days of summer, we also admit that the first day of school comes with some relief! We are happy to know that our kids have more opportunities to socialize with friends, get involved in activities and athletics, and generally stay busy and engaged.  But that relief can be quickly replaced by overwhelm when we realize just how many activities and events we’re going to have schedule.

Organized A to Z focuses on getting you ready for back-to-school, whether you’re a parent, student, or teacher. During the month of August, we’re featuring products that will help you organize your stuff, schedule, and the added paper that will find its way into your home or classroom.

When it comes to keeping track of everybody’s busy schedule, you need ButtonedUp’s Family.Agenda. This durable, agenda-sized, perfectly bound notebook has 150 pages, with 12 undated months so you can start to use it anytime of the year!

Each month has three sections to keep the entire family organized: Family schedule (for recurring appointments), Month-at-a-glance, and Week-at-a-glance. The Family.agenda™ also includes weekly organizational and sanity saving tips from Buttoned Up® as an added bonus.

Use it track school events, club meetings, doctor and dentist appointments, school meetings, church activities, and much more. Avoid double scheduling and over-scheduling.

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Entry filed under: Kids, Time Management.

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