5 time management tips for busy families

With the beginning of a new school year comes the beginning of a new family schedule.

That schedule for many of us includes starting and ending times for the school days, as well as school-sponsored volunteer events like picnics and fundraisers. It may also involved after-school activities such as Scouts, rehearsals for school plays and sports practices. And it might even include a few other extracurricular activities that aren’t even related to school, such as music lessons, dance or taekwondo.

How do you get everyone where they need to be, when they need to be there, and also pick them up at the right time? And how do you do it all without losing your mind or spending hours of your day in the car?

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