As moms, we take on so many roles. We are parent, chef, teacher, caregiver, chauffeur, housecleaner, referee, advocate, counsellor, and more. Let’s face it. It can be exhausting and overwhelming. These sanity savers can help make life just a little easier.
Home Management Success Kit
The Home Management Success Kit was designed by my friend Lena. She is an entrepreneur, a wife, a mom, and a CPA. That means not only does she understand being a busy mom, she understands finances.
The printable packs included help you manage your home finances, set up a proper cleaning schedule, and get meal planning done easily.
This system will help you:
- easily track your monthly budget
- prioritize your life goals so that you know exactly how much you need to save
- keep a complete list of your financial accounts so you have a quick reference
- keep track of important financial and household documents in case of an emergency
- set up a simple bill payment system
- quickly plan school lunches for the week with the mix & match checklist
- plan family meals by the week or by the month
- organize your grocery shopping so that you buy what you need
- save money by making meals with what you already have
- track your family’s favourite meals
- set up a simple cleaning schedule for your family to follow
- help your kids understand their roles and limit arguments about chores with chore charts
- teach kids how to be responsible for cleaning their own rooms
- see at a glance what needs to be done each week
- easily get things done in small chunks of time with the micro cleaning tasks checklist
- and so much more!
Read more about the Home Management Success Kit.
2 things that save my sanity are being prepared (pack lunches/pick out clothes ahead of time, etc) and taking walks to clear my head.
Baths and listening to a podcast while taking care of the house have saved my sanity this year.
Pam Donica says
Aside from an updated budget week-to-week (to make sure we met our goals), I love spending time with my chickens. They are not only my pets, but they are our investments, and I love spoiling them!
What a great idea! My sanity saver is my dog! He’s a 5 pound yorkie and he makes me so happy! I hope your children are all ok!
Sometimes I just need to stop and rest.
My wife needs this bad
Cassandra D says
Rest and relaxation.
Renee Coggins says
Scheduling my time–from ___ to ___ I work on teaching, then I stop. From ___ to ___ I do housework, then I stop. I work as hard as I can at each task and refuse to feel guilty about anything I can’t get done.
Organization is so important to staying sane!
Tamara Parson says
I definitely have to be organized to accomplish what I need to do. Starting with my To Do List.