1. Make A Plan
Write down everything you need to get done for the next day. Planning out your day will make you feel more prepared and organized for the day ahead.
2. Wake Up Early
Waking up before the kids gives you more hours in your day to be productive. You can take
some time for yourself, get your blood flowing by exercising, or even get some things done around the house.
3. Get Dressed To The Shoes
Getting dressed is one of the best ways to make you feel ready for the day. When you never even get dressed for the day, you just feel lazier. Get dressed in something that makes you feel good. Put on a little makeup, and put on your shoes. When you are fully dressed all the way to the shoes, you are ready for to go at any time. Oh and it just makes you feel better about yourself.
4. Take The Kids Out
Taking the kids out can help in many ways. First, you and the kids are getting fresh air, which is always great. Second, the kids get to run around and get tired out so they will be ready to go to bed on time. Lastly, it will help you have less housework. When the kids are home all day, your house will never be clean. The more you put away, the more they take out. When the kids aren't there for half the day, they can't make the house a mess.
5. Put The Kids To Bed Early
This works in the same was as waking up early. When you put the kids to bed early it gives you a chance to get things done. Also it gives you a chance to go to bed early too, so that you can wake up and do it all over again.
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