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It all starts with intention. Setting the intention, making a plan, and taking action on the plan. And so it is with summer.

In my house, if it’s not on my calendar, it just doesn’t happen. I even plan when I’m going to the grocery store. The weeks I don’t plan my trips, I often end up at the store multiple times. And going to the store (especially the big box stores) more than once per week usually makes me a little grumpy.

When it comes to summer, it’s nice to think about not having a schedule, waking up whenever, and having nothing to do all day long. Don’t get me wrong, having a few days of nothing to do the week after school gets out is a necessity. Anything past that and I start to feel frustrated and so do the kids. The excess energy builds and before I know it, the constant bickering ensues.

Can you relate?

I’d love to know what you’re going to CREATE so we don’t miss these precious moments with our kids – just comment down below the video.

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