|Tick-Tock Time Management
May 2017, Issue 10
“Balancing Work, Family and Summer Learning”
Reframe the ways you consider summer planning. Think about how you approach this task. Have fun with this process and be energized by this season’s magnificent possibilities instead of overwhelmed by perceived inconveniences.
Tackle the logistics first:
Now for the fun part: it’s time to think big! You may not be home full time with your child this summer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t influence her summer learning plan in wonderful ways.
Consider these points:
If it is an option, bring your child to your workplace. This can be a meaningful experience and your child will remember it for years to come.
For more ideas on how to balance work, family and summer learning, please see Rebecca’s newest book The Summertime Survival Guide for Parents: How to Create a Summer of Wonder, Discovery and Fun!
OTHER TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE