Yes You Can Have An Organized Homeschool Life!

One of my goals for this year is to have a more organized homeschool, which naturally requires that every part of my life become more organized. Seems a lofty goal and honestly felt so overwhelming that it’s the only goal I made for the year!

Then I was given a copy of Dr. Melanie Wilson’s Organized Homeschool Life: A Week-by-Week Guide to Homeschool Sanity to review and suddenly it didn't seem such a lofty goal after all!

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Where has this book been all my life?

I was hooked from the first paragraph of the introduction.

“If you’re anything like me, you find dozens of great ideas you could use to get and stay organized in your homeschooling and life. The problem is overwhelm. Where do you start? It often feels like you aren’t organized enough to get organized.

Got that right, sister!

 

What’s So Great About The Organized Homeschool Life?

This book is a step-by-step guide to getting ALL of your life organized, not just particular areas of your home. Melanie walks you through weekly challenges which include short daily missions designed to take no more than 15 minutes. You have complete flexibility in how you use the book. To use her words “This book is your partner, not your master.”

Here are just a few of the challenges you’ll find:

  • Daily Routine Challenge
  • Decluttering Challenge
  • Confident Parent Challenge
  • Marriage of Your Dreams Challenge
  • Friendship Challenge
  • Goal Setting Challenge
  • Homeschool Space Challenge
  • Homeschool Planning Challenge
  • Meal Planning Challenge
  • Charity Challenge
  • Hospitality Challenge
  • And so many more!

But wait, there’s more!

She has also provided us with an amazing planner that goes along perfectly with the book! Each part of the planner guides you through each of the weekly missions and provides you with space to keep track of where you are and how you’re doing.

Here are just a few of the great features:

  • A full year of undated pages – you can start anywhere you like.
  • Every page is editable so you can type right in the planner page and then print it out, or you can print a blank page and write on it if you’re weird like me and prefer to write!
  • Simple layout and color scheme that can be printed in color or black and white.
  • Available as a digital download that you print yourself, or in print form.
  • Monthly devotions provide ongoing inspiration.

Here are a couple of sample pages. The first one shows where I typed directly onto the page. The second one shows one of the weekly layouts that go along with the weekly challenges. Dr. Wilson has made using this planner along with the book so, so simple and easy!

Don’t miss this opportunity to get The Organized Homeschool Life book and planner at the special launch price! No coupon code required!

The digital planner retails for $30 but you can get it at the special launch price of $20 through January 14, 2018!

You can also bundle the digital planner with the Organized Homeschool Life book for just $25 through January 14th!

If you prefer a physical copy, those will be available in February, but you can purchase now at the discounted price.

 The Organized Homeschool Life

Grab your copy today at the special discounted price and join me in getting organized 15 minutes at a time!

 

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