Many have received a strong taste of what homeschool families have be up to for several decades now. Juggling to keep it all together while providing life's essential things and making sure their kids are properly educated and trained for the life ahead.
Talk about new routines...right?!? Now that everyone is at home around the clock due to this world pandemic, there is a pretty good chance you have played every board game, watched Trolls 50/11 times, and used up all the toilet paper!
Here at Beat The Rush Delivery, we understand the struggle. We all have families here and we are in this with you! We understand how quickly you can run out of hand soap and other essential items. We understand how you can ask, "have you seen your brother?", because you have not seen a certain child in the last two hours. We get it! Things are really not the same.
Ok...so now that we have played all the games, Netflixed and chilled, ate up all the snacks and used up all the toilet paper...the kids should be fast asleep by 7:30/8:00p right?!?
No? What you mean they aren't tired....
Listen...don't answer that. You would just preaching to the choir.
As we are striving to be a resource and bring other valuable resources to our community and assist anyway as possible, our new friends from Slumber Yard, reached our to us to share some tips they have put together to help us parents out.
Check them out here!
We would love to hear how these have worked for your family. We will follow-up and leave our thoughts in the comments.
When is it okay to embrace change? Only when it feels comfortable? Only when it comes in the right form, from the right place or person? How does one identify change needs to happen? How does one distinguish change for the good or change for the worse? There are many reasons change occurs in our lives. Sometimes change may come upon us unexpectedly. It is important that whatever change comes our way that we learn to embrace it; realizing that we may need an external support system as well as an internal support system. Often times pride can get in our way, resulting in us rejecting that what is sent to help us succeed or move forward from a place of stagnation.
After you have identified the type of change that has been presented in your life, do not hesitate to take appropriate course of action towards doing what is necessary towards taking proper actions of embracing the change. The sooner you embrace change, the sooner you are able to move forward from acknowledgement and awareness over to action and application.
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When it comes to back-to-school, there are things that happens to transform our schedule. From sports to preparation of meals, things can and will change at a moments notice during the school season. How will your schedule and routines change this back-to-school season? How are you preparing for the change?
Here are some tips that can assist with making this back-to-school season an easier transition.
Dinner time can become stressful and no one wants to admit it until it has become a problem.
Well, our friends over at DinnerTime have an amazing recipe system that the whole family will enjoy! Try it out day, by visiting DinnerTime.com and using our promo code: BTRDelivery.
Click here to view an article from Care.com on more tips!
St. Helier's Farms introduces us to this fun and inspirational way to engage in the kitchen this Easter holiday. Take a look at this recipe and try it out with your family this weekend!
Being a mom (parent) has it highs and its lows, right?!? We love our littles so much, that it seems like we even embrace the lows with a smile, kiss, and hug!
Amanda Kidd; wife, mom, entreperneur, and owner of Beat The Rush Delivery.
Founded BTR in 2012 after the passing of her mom from the battle of stage four breast cancer. With her heart postured towards business and hospitality in every aspect of the terms; Amanda has the vision to change the lives of many by giving back valuable time to those within the community.