After a week off, you’re ready (or not) for the kids to get back to school. Sure, you had a lot of fun; but you’re also tired of the “I’m bored” responses, and of the mess spread from one end of the house to the other, and of the constant bickering that always increases when kids are in close spaces with not enough to entertain them. You’ve had your fun—now it’s time to get back to work!
Of course, getting back to work also means no more sleeping in…no more fun outings in the middle of the day just because you feel like it…no more quiet days when you can kick back and do the things that you want to do, because the kids are peaceful and entertaining themselves and don’t need your input to stay on task….
Yep…spring break is over, and it’s definitely time to get back to the grind. But how do you get your entire family back on schedule without feeling as though you’re dragging everyone along behind you?