Yesterday, we talked about the importance of taking care of our needs so that we can be our best and do our best.
“Home Management goes beyond mowing the lawn and doing the laundry— that’s house management. Home management is making sure your family’s needs are met.”
Helena goes on to say that the trick to meeting our family’s needs is to create one spot where everything is neatly stored and organized.
If you saw my desk earlier this month, then you know I needed help in this area. I have a daily planner for writing my goals and to do’s, but I was missing a home management binder… a place to store contacts, emergency information, chore charts, calendars, schedules….
I literally felt relief as I printed the pages for my binder.
The phone number to Brother’s Pizza will be at my fingertips the next time Mr. Hines asks me to call in an order for take out. I won’t have to wonder if we’re out of peanut butter or if I should buy eggs.
There’s no need to search all over for my Mom’s zip code the next time I need it.
Now, my family’s favorite recipes, and the ingredients, are listed all in one place for easy menu planning and grocery shopping.
I feel so in control and I’m excited to share this experience with you! I don’t think I’ve been this excited about a binder since the Trapper Keeper.
Visit this link to see everything the home management binder set includes.
And from now through January 30th, you can get this home management binder kit as a part of a super bundle being offered right now through my affiliate partner, Ultimate Bundles. It’s called the Conquer Your Clutter Super Bundle and the resources in it cover every area of clutter you can think of.
If you’d like to learn more, this is my affiliate link: Conquer Your Clutter bundle.
If you do get the binder, Helena suggests using a Durable binder and putting the cover sheets in Avery sheet protectors.
See you in class,