The Organized Family - Parenting Resolutions for the New Year
When we are organized, can find what we need when we need, have a schedule and stick to it, relatively well, (life will always throw curve balls, after all) but when things go smoothly most of the time because we are organized and prepared, we:
There are a lot of areas to consider when getting and/or staying organized:
Minimizing Time Wasters
Let’s start by talking about some of the biggest time wasters if not properly organized and that is:
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Morning routines are another big struggle for many families. To set a realistic wake-up time:
To hear more tips on morning routines and many more tips for getting and staying organized, listen to the latest podcast episode on Family Organization and hear more about her work on her guest spot on Mindfulness Mothers Radio Show here!
- Erin Royer-Asrilant, MA
Erin Royer-Asrilant, MA
Erin earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in child development and family dynamics. Through her work in Burbank schools and the Family Service Agency of Burbank, Erin helped children and their families overcome many struggles.
In addition to founding and managing Your Village, Erin works privately with local families, where she helps them resolve stressful parenting concerns such as negative child behavior, unproductive communication, and family organization issues.
Erin is a mom to 3 young children 6 and under: older brother Carter, and twins Taylor and Chandler. Erin is also an age-group athlete, training for various races from 1/2 Ironman triathlons to marathons.