Last year, I did several posts on how to prepare for back to school and specifically the busy schedule that September brings. As a mom, teacher, blogger, DIYer and volunteer, I find that being organized is absolutely essential to surviving the demands of a busy life. Aside from writing everything down on my “Mom’s Family Organizer Calendar,” I use a weekly calendar to highlight the events for a given week and try to follow a menu plan to make meal time run smoothly. I also recommend having a family meeting to decide on expectations regarding chores and helping out around the house. If you’d like to check-out a sample chore chart, you can visit my previous post called “Many Hand Make Light Work.”
This simple DIY memo board was the final step in our Family Centre project.
For this project, I used one 12″ X 12″ scrapbooking frame from the craft store and more of the coordinating paper that I had used for the previous projects in our Family Centre: FAMILY sign, Weekly Calendar and the Chore System. I used the paper to create “blocks” for the different sections on the board. It is an easy way to keep track of important things and communicate between family members when we are all going in different directions. I hand printed the titles and double mounted them to create some dimension. I added a little embellishment to the middle just to dress it up a bit. To use the board, you use a dry erase marker on the glass and simply wipe clean with a cloth or tissue.
Completed Family Centre
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