Back To School Tips by Lily L - Musely
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Back To School Tips

posted in Family & Kids
08/18/2015
  • Back to School season is in full swing, so you / your kids may either have gone back to school or be going shortly. Either way, these tips will keep you from drowning in all of your back to school problems!
    Back to School season is in full swing, so you / your kids may either have gone back to school or be going shortly. Either way, these tips will keep you from drowning in all of your back to school problems!
  • Get back on schedule! I know waking up earlier isn't fun, but it'll make doing it for real a lot easier - and no one said you couldn't take a nap as soon as school'd get out!
    Get back on schedule! I know waking up earlier isn't fun, but it'll make doing it for real a lot easier - and no one said you couldn't take a nap as soon as school'd get out!
  • Set up a calendar for everyone! Instead of searching for the dates of picture day and your first exam, set it up on a dry erase calendar - no more sweats on a forgotten picture day!
    Set up a calendar for everyone! Instead of searching for the dates of picture day and your first exam, set it up on a dry erase calendar - no more sweats on a forgotten picture day!
  • Look for an outlet mall to go to first (they're usually cheaper). Figure out what you really need to buy. The day before you go out, try on all your clothes, and take note of what you don't have a lot of and really need. Make a list, check it twice - you are your own Santa Clause this summer.
    Look for an outlet mall to go to first (they're usually cheaper). Figure out what you really need to buy. The day before you go out, try on all your clothes, and take note of what you don't have a lot of and really need. Make a list, check it twice - you are your own Santa Clause this summer.
  • Do things ahead of time! This may sound obvious, but packing your lunch and backpack, doing your homework, picking out your clothes, and taking a shower can all be done before you go to bed - so why wake up any earlier than you have to?
    Do things ahead of time! This may sound obvious, but packing your lunch and backpack, doing your homework, picking out your clothes, and taking a shower can all be done before you go to bed - so why wake up any earlier than you have to?
  • Instead of a binder, opt for a notebook or two with tear out pages, and a few folders. They'll be much lighter - and it won't feel like you're carrying quite so many rocks in your bag.
    Instead of a binder, opt for a notebook or two with tear out pages, and a few folders. They'll be much lighter - and it won't feel like you're carrying quite so many rocks in your bag.
  • So it's 1am and you're out of glue for your science project that's due first period tomorrow, scratch that, TODAY. Don't be that person - stock up before school! Keep an extra poster board, glue bottle, etc in a little corner so you're never stuck.
    So it's 1am and you're out of glue for your science project that's due first period tomorrow, scratch that, TODAY. Don't be that person - stock up before school! Keep an extra poster board, glue bottle, etc in a little corner so you're never stuck.
  • With little kids in the house, going back to school can be scary and cause homesickness. So, send them with a note in their lunch to ease their nerves.
    With little kids in the house, going back to school can be scary and cause homesickness. So, send them with a note in their lunch to ease their nerves.
  • Grab a couple of cheap picture frames, or be extra crafty and hang string on a bare wall and clip your students school work (the ones they're proud of, please) onto the wall. For older kids, do this in their room so they can hang up assignments and/or accomplishments.
    Grab a couple of cheap picture frames, or be extra crafty and hang string on a bare wall and clip your students school work (the ones they're proud of, please) onto the wall. For older kids, do this in their room so they can hang up assignments and/or accomplishments.
  • Breakfast is YUMMY!! So eat it. Even just some Nutrigrain bars are good. Or, make some homemade waffles or pancakes on a Sunday, and freeze them so you can hear them up later - YUM. 

Plus, coffee for the "big kids" can't hurt anything. Ever.
    Breakfast is YUMMY!! So eat it. Even just some Nutrigrain bars are good. Or, make some homemade waffles or pancakes on a Sunday, and freeze them so you can hear them up later - YUM.

    Plus, coffee for the "big kids" can't hurt anything. Ever.
  • Set up a pump up playlist! Jamming out in the morning is awesome - so keep it upbeat, and happy, and you'll be the same way.
    Set up a pump up playlist! Jamming out in the morning is awesome - so keep it upbeat, and happy, and you'll be the same way.
  • Hope this helps! For any other tips, check out my tips and my followers tips, and if there's anything you're looking for and not finding, let me know!
    Remember, if you like it, "like" it! ❤️

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