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Back to School ToolKit Giveaway~ Win a “Get Healthy” Kit

*Giveaway has now ended, but be sure to check out the great resources that were included that can still be purchased separately! 

Is it really almost time for school to begin? Just take a look at the stores and all the neat school supplies. Depending on where you live or if you homeschool, you may still be in school or just getting ready to begin. Either way you are busy and probably stressed out and in need of some help. We have it for you…

35 homeschool bloggers with iHomeschool Network have joined together to provide one HUGE back to school toolkit giveaway! You can find the links to the other 34 sites at the end of this post and enter to win as many baskets as you like. Each blogger is doing her own giveaway, so you may end up winning more than one! All giveaways will end on Friday 7/19. Have fun!!

I am giving away a toolkit to help you and your family get and stay healthy. School brings stresses and soon the cold and flu season is rolling around. You need all the help you can get in this area since you are so busy planning school and having fun learning.

Get Ready for School and Get Healthy

The Get Healthy Toolkit includes fun essential oils and T-Tapp dvds!

Peace & Calming Essential Oil ~ great to calm nerves and help everyone focus

Citrus Fresh Essential Oil ~ refreshing, calming, immune boosting. Diffuse and add a drop or two to your water.

Orange Essential Oil ~ calming, energizing. Diffuse and add a drop or two to your water.

Primary Usage Guide for Essential Oils ~ a guide to help you know what to do with the oils.

Essential Oils Reference Card ~ Look up a problem and find a variety of oils to use

TappCore Fitness Dvd ~ individual exercises that are great for the whole family. A great way to stay healthy and incorporate fitness into your day.

Yes, You Can Seminar from T-Tapp ~ learn more about staying healthy through the power of T-Tapp.

This is a fun toolkit that I know you will love. I hope you win!

If you are curious about learning more about essential oils, get a FREE Guide here.

Interested in learning more about T-Tapp, the at home fitness program the whole family can do in 15 minutes to get in shape and overcome many health challenges? Read my story here.

If you are interested in learning more about essential oils, you should check out the new kits being launched today and the freebies given by me…this one is a great deal! Learn More Now!

Enter the giveaway here: If the widget does not show up or you are reading this in a reader, click the rafflecopter giveaway link below…

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Don’t forget to enter all the other great giveaways…hope you win!!

ihomeschool network Back to school baskets

(1) Back to School Toolkit from Milk and Cookies
(2) Back to School Toolkit from These Temporary Tents
(3) Back to School Toolkit from Spell Outloud
(4) Back to School Toolkit from Great Peace Academy
(5) Back to School Toolkit from Gricefully Homeschooling


(6) Back to School Toolkit from Raising Lifelong Learners
(7) Back to School Toolkit from WriteShop
(8) Back to School Toolkit from Preschoolers and Peace
(9) Back to School Toolkit from Starts at Eight
(10) Back to School Toolkit from Joyful Mothering


(11) Back to School Toolkit from Harrington Harmonies
(12) Back to School Toolkit from Ponder the Path
(13) Back to School Toolkit from Forever, For Always, No Matter What
(14) Back to School Toolkit from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus
(15) Back to School Toolkit from Habits for a Happy Home


(16) Back to School Toolkit from Curriculum Choice
(17) Back to School Toolkit from See Jamie Blog
(18) Back to School Toolkit from Beautiful Motherhood
(19) Back to School Toolkit from Sam’s Noggin
(20) Back to School Toolkit from This Reading Mama


(21) Back to School Toolkit from Teaching Mama
(22) Back to School Toolkit from Adorable Chaos
(23) Back to School Toolkit from The Pelsers
(24) Back to School Toolkit from Hodge Podge
(25) Back to School Toolkit from Sallie Borrink


(26) Back to School Toolkit from The Kennedy Adventures
(27) Back to School Toolkit from Flourish
(28) Back to School Toolkit from Our Journey Westward
(29) Back to School Toolkit from Meet Penny
(30) Back to School Toolkit from On Faith and Coffee


(31) Back to School Toolkit from Our Abundant Blessings
(32) Back to School Toolkit from Holistic Homeschooler
(33) Back to School Toolkit from The Encouraging Home
(34) Back to School Toolkit from Motherhood on a Dime
(35) Back to School Toolkit from The Homeschool Scientist


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Mary Clendenin

About Mary Clendenin

Mary Clendenin lives on the family farm with her husband and 2 sons, whom she home schools. She enjoys farm life with her guys, gardening and making memories with her family. She loves to help others learn how to live a healthier lifestyle, learn about natural remedies and how to do business at home. Mary believes that home and family is your first ministry and a legacy that will live on long after you are gone.


  • Terry says:

    I have found that if I will start praying before that the Lord will guide me but if I depend on my own self it will be hectic until I realize whom I am depended upon. I suggest that you take time to pray for peace and for the Lord’s direction.

  • I get in gear by having a back to “homeschool” party. It sets the pace for the year I think. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Jenn says:

    How we get in gear, is start by getting those necessary school supplies, make the list and go find the best deals.

  • Sally says:

    My way to get ready to start school is organizing. I take all the supplies out and reorganize. It’s a great way to remember all that I can use and start off fresh. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Sandra says:

    We like to go back to school supply shopping. It’s kinda like Black Friday but we don’t have to stick to the school’s list. We buy the fun stuff. Then we lay it all out and organize it for the first day of school.

  • Vera K says:

    We get in gear by getting some new duds and shoes and haircuts.

  • Terra W says:

    I homeschool, so I don’t have run out and buy from a supplies list, but I do take stock in what we already have, what needs replacing, what we need more of – like spiral notebooks! Can never have too many spiral notebooks! I also go through their books and see where we left off and make sure everything is organized and up to date and ready to go!

  • Angela says:

    My way of getting started for our homeschooling year is to plan!! This year I am blessed to work with a dear friend and my son’s ABA therapist to help pick curriculum and give me pointers to help my son with autism learn to the best of his abilities!!

  • Tonya says:

    I already use T-Tapp Basic Workout Plus. I would like to do a little more. My husband would like me to do more with essential oils 🙂

  • Beth says:

    My littles aren’t school age yet but I will try and teach my 3 year old to better learn the alphabet and her shapes this year! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Jasmine says:

    I usually order all our school books in the spring. this year I haven’t done that. I got their Math in last week. I needto seriously get going on the rest of it! Reading about everyone else getting ready points me in the right direction!

  • Christene says:

    I am trying to learn about essential oils this would be helpful

  • Keya says:

    To get into gear, our family attends an annual homeschool convention. From there, we get the motivation we need to start the year off right!

  • Julie says:

    I have to have everything cleaned and organized before I start school….makes me feel good to at least start out organized.

  • rachel says:

    I get my children’s crates organized w/ their new books and supplies. I get my own crate ready as well. Purchase any new supplies that we need and make sure we have plenty of printer ink. I also figure out our back to school goodies for day one 😉

  • Amber says:

    I would love this! My oldest is 4 and will be attending PreK4, 3 days a week and I’ll be homeschooling him 2. I need all the help I can get to Gear Up For School!

  • Karen L says:

    I look over my master plan for each of my girls and see what we should be doing this coming year. Start looking to buy any books we need and stock up on office supplies from Staples when they are on sale.

  • Jean says:

    This is a great giveaway! I love Young Living and T-Tapp! 🙂

  • Sara R. says:

    Organization and new supplies! Somehow the smell of new crayons gets things done. 😉

  • Rebecca says:

    We like to take all of July to relax and have fun, then in August, we start planning and organizing. So no back to school stuff happening for another few weeks!

  • Tracy says:

    I homeschool and part of my preparation for back to school is going out and buying fresh new supplies. Oh, how I love all the new pens, pencils, art supplies, papers…walking into Staples I’m like a kid in a candy store. Right now I am in my planning phase, plotting out what we will do, what materials I need and so on. Then the *real* fun begins!

  • Sonja Z says:

    I’ve never tried essential oils but I’m very interested. Getting all the school supplies and everything organized is how I gear up for school.

  • Pam M says:

    We homeschool. So, in order to gear up for the new year I have to order curriculum and organize it when it comes. I also have to set the new schedule, figure out what to assign each day and pick up whatever new supplies will be needed for the year. I love getting organized for the new year each summer!

  • Kathleen P. says:

    I make sure to have everything I need well before school starts.

  • LubbyGirl says:

    My kids are grown, but two of my friends home-school, and this would be a great gift for them.

  • Heidi says:

    I love to dig into my new planner for the year and pull all the books out and get busy

  • Pam says:

    I pull out my calendar and start plotting the daily plan for about a month at a time….

  • Christina A. says:

    I would say preparing for the school year all begins with routine. Starting an early routine before the start of the year eases the fear of change or anticipation kids often face. Getting them in the routine of going to bed on time and getting up at normal school helps a lot. As well as easing into some curriculum prior to so it doesn’t hit them all at once. Thanks for this giveaway!

  • Heidi says:

    I like to first get my house and scheduling in order so things can run smoothly for school!

  • I order all our goodies and {im}patiently wait for it all to arrive! I read through the first six weeks or so and make sure have all we need and then get to it!

  • To get in gear for the new school year: LOTS of organizing and planning…and then have some special things on the first day of school…like a special breakfast, take pictures of all of the children, do more “fun” work than book work just to get THEM in gear! 🙂

  • emily says:

    I love the planning process! Lesson planning and getting materials ready is a fun place for me to start! I love the essential oils included here. They are something I read about and have wanted to use, but wasn’t sure where to start or what to use!

  • Julie S. says:

    To get ready for the new school year I go to the convention in June which recharges my batteries, then get me new planner and start planning out the next school year. The kids get ready by reading over the summer and working on a little math each week. 🙂

  • Dawn says:

    I have just gotten into essential oils and would love to try the ones in this basket. My son is loving them as well.

  • Amy Miron says:

    I usually try to starting planning and buying early on in the summer to help spread out the cost and not get stuck at last minute picking through the leftovers!

  • angela L says:

    We get ready by having our assessment done. Our homeschool assessor is such an encouragement that when we have our meeting and get everything picked our we are so excited to start. We also do a few fun things the first week to get us going again.

  • Kelsey says:

    Organizing and planning!!!

  • Vivian says:

    I start with one subject at a time, sort of as a warm-up (I plan to begin next week), then add additional school time little by little.

  • Amy says:

    This is actually our first year getting ready – our first will be a kindergartener – so I’m loving hearing others’ tips. We’re about to start working on moving back bedtimes incrementally and getting up a little earlier each day so we’ll be transitioned. Neither she nor I are morning people! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  • Karen says:

    I try to get everything organized and into notebooks.

  • Courtney says:

    Buying school supplies and organizing my school room! that helps me get ready every year!

  • Dominique says:

    I clean out my school room and sort my books and submerge myself in scripture! All of these things get me pretty excited about a new and fresh year!

  • Marissa W. says:

    We don’t have a definite start date…it depends on newborns. However, I usually formulate an idea of how I want it to look like to make it special by getting ideas from various blogs and I always make a schedule/outline of when and what subjects will be done on which days. I also make a chore chart for the days of the week.

  • Gena says:

    get as organized as possible.

  • Cindy R. says:

    I gear up for school by asking my children what they want to learn the upcoming year. Then I research resources that will help with that. I then add some things that I want them to learn. I make schedules and checklists based on what we’re learning.

  • Sheila says:

    I am super excited about EL’s. I have gone to a class about how to use them but feel like there is still so much to learn. We are on a tight budget so winning a giveaway would be a dream! Thanks so much for doing this!!

  • CW says:

    We start a new year by testing, assigning boooks, and setting goals for the year.

  • Courtney says:

    We hit the curriculum swap, local convention, several school supply sales, reorganize our school cabinet, pray and then hit the books! 🙂

  • Michelle says:

    Planning, Praying and Organizing!

  • I plan, plan, plan!

  • jeanine says:

    getting into gear to start is so so easy. it’s STAYING in the go mode that’s tough!

  • Kelly Zak says:

    I love preparing goals and daily schedules (flexible) for the coming school year.

  • rebecca says:

    I sit down & plan for the year for each child. Then I make up a schedule of what I’d like for our days to look like. I pray a lot too!!

  • Andrea says:

    We school year-round, so we don’t have a start, we just keep going. But we try to keep it fun all year!

  • Christina says:

    I start planning in the spring. This year I can’t get myself organized so we are in trouble. 🙂

  • mellymomma says:

    thank you. my way of getting ready is to get organized. I have to have a class schedule and a detailed lesson plan early or it all falls apart.

  • Kristen W. says:

    Reading up on homeschooling better!

  • I am not sure if I am ever in Gear.

  • zekesmom10 says:

    Who says I get in gear? 🙂 Thanks for the chance.

  • Amy Kay says:

    I work on planning throughout the summer.

  • sabrina says:

    I pray and ask for the Lord’s direction first then organize my paperwork and resources and set up for a few months at a time.

  • Darcey says:

    We wait patiently for the kids to get their teacher assignments and school list and then we go school supply shopping.

  • Danielle Hull says:

    I like the planning part of putting our binders and calendars together and shopping for supplies!

  • Melissa says:

    We are just starting preschool this year so I have be perusing blogs for ideas and trying to print out and organize things ahead of time

  • Barrie says:

    When we get my daughter’s school list, we start shopping. Easy peasy!

  • Jessica says:

    I’m busy this week organizing and writing in my new planner…lots of fun and now I’m ready to go!!

  • Tara S. says:

    Write the date on the calendar and start organizing books and supplies. Ready to get started!!

  • Lori H says:

    Thank you so much for offering a great giveaway.

  • Tammy Jones says:

    Pray, read my bible and read good homeschool books that inspire.

  • Lori H says:

    We watch the sales ads and work on curriculum choices, while visiting as many interesting places as our time and budget will allow.

  • Jane Curtis says:

    It’s tough! We get school supplies and shoes and try to transition from summer to fall!

  • Dawn says:

    Organize, organize, organize. Lists and spreadsheets.

  • Tyra says:

    I started this year by cleaning out the school area and reorganizing. Now that I know what supplies I’m low on, I try to get a little at a time until we start in August to spread out the expense!

  • Em Walker says:

    We get a bunch of supplies, and start lesson planning about a month ahead of time, and then work on the big transition!

  • Bethany G says:

    Planning, planning, planning!

  • Becca W says:

    Organize everything! And hope we can stay at least somewhat organized through the school year 🙂

  • kelly tillotson says:

    this is my first year OFFICIALLY homeschooling, so Im trying to prep as much as possible this summer, to create a smooth transition into schooling. its been a lot of work! i think a few days before school starts, im going to treat myself to a spa day 🙂

  • Andrea Jones says:

    Getting into gear means enjoying the summer as long as possible. We all need a break and summer fun seems to help us to relax before jumping back in. I usually buy school supplies with all of the great deals to surprise my kids with on the first day of school. Intense planning with lots of prayer takes place a couple weeks before we start.

  • Deana says:

    We are starting gradually. We still have a lot of summer planned!

  • Sonja A. says:

    If I’m organized, we can start school easily. If I’m scattered (books misplaced, pencils not sharpened, etc…) then it’s very frustrating for all of us. It starts with me and trickles down to them. 🙂

  • Melissa says:

    We usually start slow, last year we didn’t even start til October, taking September off for the new baby. I get planner for the kids ready and then they just sort of go at it. Of course, we do enjoy a bit of supplies shopping before hand. BTW I love that you’ve got Peace & Calming in there, such a great oil.

  • Stephanie Brewer says:

    I pray.

  • Julie says:

    We make sure it doesn’t FEEL like school

  • Jennie Taber says:

    We homeschool year around, but we always get started with new school supplies!

  • Katie says:

    I organize the office where we keep out school supplies and write the curriculum for the different subjects. Then we start gradually, one subject on day one, two subjects on day two and so on until we are doing all subjects.

  • Alicia Winkler says:

    Ordering curriculum, catching B2S deals and planning!

  • StephJem P says:

    get curriculum and make plans!

  • Kim says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to participate. Looking forward to the possibility of winning.

  • Leanne says:

    I plan out my goals for each subject for the semester and buy new school supplies.

  • Ashley B says:

    Ease into it

  • LeAnn says:

    I pull out EVERYTHING! And then spend time organizing and writing down ideas of how/when I would like to use all the little stuff that I have collected over the last year!

  • Julie says:

    I usually pour over my homeschool curriculum provider’s catalog to psych myself up for the year but I’ve just been so unmotivated the last three years or so. I need to get on the same page as my husband as far as the direction we want to lead our children in… that is if he has a page for that sort of thing. I’m so down because I don’t think he does. 🙁 Anyway, I’m hoping to find some encouraging homeschool communities to help me work on this.

  • Dawn Burton says:

    How fun! Thanks for the opportunity!

  • Gale says:

    I read tons of blogs, spend hours on pinterest, and stalk ebay, craigslist, or amazon like crazy

  • Beth says:

    This year — I have bought my books already. I need to sit and plan what we are going to do.

  • Lisa T says:

    We get organized, get school supplies, and new clothes.

  • RaeAnne says:

    Take a nap!

  • jeannie says:

    I look at what we have from last year and then look at their school lists and get what is left over

  • Belinda Hardesty says:

    I like to get ready by organizing the room, creating a schedule, and making a checklist for each kid so they can see their progress through the day and help keep track of what they have left to do.

  • Maureen says:

    My daughter has severe asthma and we are a holistic family so I would love to learn more about different essential oils that might be useful.

    • Maureen says:

      In order to gear up for our homeschool year, we go through all of our homeschool supplies and everyone gets an input as to what they would like to study.

  • Melissa says:

    Used to be a YL distributor. Miss my essential oils

  • ELicia says:

    Prayer and lots of fun!!

  • Erika says:

    organization 🙂

  • Katherine says:

    I get everything out and get organized!

  • Susan says:

    I am determined to be more organized this year. I’m ready. 🙂

  • MacKenzie says:

    We use peace and calming pretty much every day!

  • Jessica A. says:

    I gear up by praying and getting my self organized!

  • AdenaF says:

    I spend a weekend in a hotel, not only does it give me down time to rest up but it’s my planning/cramming session and I get so much accomplished.

  • Angela Robbins says:

    I gear up by making a game plan and praying my heart out!

  • Vanessa says:

    Inventory, start putting more routine in schedule.

  • Caryn Block says:

    I am so happy you are offering this gift package. Thanks for making it available to us all!

  • Jessie says:

    Oooh! I’ve always wanted to try these essential oils! My homeschool co-op had a speaker for essential oils and I missed it, unfortunately. So far I am preparing for the new school year by planning and putting our curriculum together. I am really interested in how these essential oils help with children. I really hope I win this giveaway!

  • Kim canlas says:

    Hope to win this basket its wonderful

  • Abby says:

    LOVE essential oils! This would be such a blessing to our family. Thanks for putting together a wonderful gift basket.

  • Leah Williams says:

    I spend hours in the catalogues and making lists of books we would like to own and read and trying to waaayy over plan what really should be a simple thing. Then I scrap the long lists in favor of shorter lists and a less rigid schedule.

  • Caroline says:

    We start with cleaning out closets and desks purging outgrown and old supplies. Then it’s shopping for new school supplies…a favorite chore! Love to get organization supplies too. Last we make menu plans for a couple months worth. Wish I could make this a year long habit. =)

  • Megan says:

    Planning always gets me geared up to start new things! I wish follow through came as easy.

  • MichelleH says:

    We start a month or so out by clearing all of last year’s *stuff* off the shelves. When the new books arrive, the shelves have space and are clean and ready. The week or so before everyone gets new supplies and gets his/her personal space organized.

  • Carol Graft says:

    get started for the year…some years its very easy and some years not so much. But yes, the motivation to keep going sometimes is difficult. Good intentions, can’t imagine any other option, but still…difficult.

  • Kelly says:

    We never really stop, so there isn’t really a new start each year. However, I do try new things out as we go.

  • Becky M says:

    I get all of our new curriculum organized and schedule out our year. 🙂

  • Rachel says:

    Kind of a version of spring cleaning, I do a pre-fall/school clean up of the whole house.

  • Holly says:

    By having a Not Back To School Day!

  • Juli says:

    I homeschool so I don’t have to worry about school supplies as much. I check to see what supplies I have and what I need (usually don’t need much). I organize the kids curriculum for our new year. And pray that our year will get a great one.

  • RejoicedOver says:

    Getting our yearly overview together and organizing the curriculum.

  • Jessica Gregory says:

    Once I get all my curriculum, school supplies, and organize lesson plans etc… I’m ready! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • SandyN says:

    We homeschool and don’t start when public schools starts, so when all the other kids start back to school, the next few weeks gets us geared up to start. I also get all our books ordered and supplies bought. By then, we’re all ready to get back to the books! 🙂

  • Jamie says:

    Pick me!

  • Melissa Wall says:

    I get organized by making lists and checking them twice.

  • Jasmine says:

    To actually get off my butt and get moving. Order my planner etc.

  • Laura Sanders says:

    I scare myself about how behind we are going to get if I let too much grass grow under our feet. That usually works 😉 .

  • Alycia A says:

    This year is different for us. We prayed, we prayed some more and then we joined a homeschool group. Not a co-op, but, more of a one day homeschool “school”. The kids have different teachers and will have daily work to do during the week. This leaves me only having to plan maths and language arts. 🙂

  • Mary Cousins says:

    school supply shopping and lots of planning 🙂

  • Sarah says:

    I try to get our homeschool room organized and try to include some new and fun items to get the kids excited about starting school again! Starting the year organized is such a blessing come school time 🙂

  • Sarah L says:

    I get in gear by ORGANIZING! A place for everything and everything in its place. For the first day at least!

  • Sharon says:

    I gear up by planning the year, not each day, but what needs to be done each week. Then I try to make copies of everything we need for the year and file it away by week.

  • Rebecca S. says:

    I get in gear with LOTS of planning and prep!

  • Elena Vo says:

    We homeschool so we’re always in gear– it might not always the the most intense, but still continuous throughout the year.

  • April says:

    We get in gear by just picking a date to start schooling the next “grade” and going for it. This year, though, I’m going to be more prayerful and more intentionally organized to help not only myself, but my kiddos as well. 🙂

    Thanks for such a great give away!! What a fun opportunity this has been to be introduced to these wonderful bloggers & home school moms! Thanks!

  • Maritez says:

    I always start by reorganizing our school room. Once that is done and curriculum is bought and set up, I feel ready!

  • Lacey says:

    Prayer, planning, and prepping!

  • Tiffany M says:

    I usually will order our curriculum. Then purchase our school supplies. After these are done, I will take a couple of days to plan & set up our year.

  • Jennifer says:

    RIght now as we speak I am purging, organizing and moving things around.

  • Kim L says:

    I spend the summer looking through catalogs for anything that we may be interested in learn this year and stocking up on supplies. Then making a plan for how we want to spend our days and what we want to concentrate on each month.

  • Lindsay says:

    Buying school supplies always gets me into gear for school!

  • Tracy O. says:

    In order to get ready for the school year, I clean and organize shelves, plan menus, and try to ease the kids in by gradually waking them up earlier and starting out slowly.

  • Livinglessmom says:

    This year I am painting my schoolroom/office and getting organized to get things ready for school. A fresh color for our schoolroom will help give us some visual motivation.

  • Jennifer says:

    I start early, gathering supplies, tweaking our routine and schedule to make as smooth a transition as possible back into the school year.

  • Rosana says:

    I am not sure…this is my first year.

  • I pray, otherwise I worry, about having what my children need at the beginning of the school year.

  • Kim says:

    My kids are grown, but I help my son by buying school supplies (new back packs, pencils, notebooks, etc.)

  • Kim says:

    My kids are grown, but I help my son by buying school supplies (new back packs, pencils, notebooks, etc.) for my grandkids.

  • Michelle W. says:

    Hopefully the act of ordering books and getting the school space back in order will get me excited this year. So far I’m not feelin’ it. 🙁

  • Judith Martinez says:

    When I figure out how to prepare for the new school year I’ll be thrilled. Every year has been different and I’ve never gotten it right.

  • bp says:

    Getting school supplies, thinking about our new routine, going to bed earlier.

  • Kelly Schmidt says:

    Seriously, the only thing that gets me back into the mood is buying new supplies. There is just something about a new pack of Ticonderoga pencils that gets me focused 🙂

  • Rachel Poe says:

    I get in gear for homeschooling by praying, organizing, and planning (and more praying!)

  • Lori K. says:

    Purchasing new curriculum and gathering supplies.

  • krista says:

    Organizing and planning.

  • Priness says:

    I rise up early do my prayers and devotions, then cook breakfast, and take out all the lesson work for the day. Then it’s time to wake my babies up.

  • Melissa says:

    I gear up for back to school once the curriculum begins to show up in the mail.

  • Kristin Baxter says:

    Once I start planning, I’m ready to start school!

  • Tracey M. says:

    I gear up for the new year by deciding on which curriculum I will use with my daughter. Then, I start ordering and planning for the year. I also try very hard to motivate myself to workout by incorporating physical exercise that I can do with or beside my daughter.

  • Tara says:

    Thank you so much! I do want to know more about using oils AND getting my family healthy! I think the best way to get ready is to prepare my heart! Even though I could just plan until the cows come home….

  • Veronica says:

    Once I have the plans laid out for the first month of school, I’m set and ready to go!

  • Noelle says:

    Its our first year! So i’m excited planning and buying supplies.

  • chiana says:

    Choose a start date and work backwards.

  • Carol Z says:

    I’ve never used Essential Oils but I’m interested in learning more about them.

  • Jennifer says:

    I pray that I can get a couple hours in each day. My girls are little (4 and 2) and they love to learn and do new things so I have to be creative. That coupled with my hubby’s long hours as an AC Technician in Florida equals a nightmare if I don’t start off with the Lord. Once I see things coming together the excitement keeps me going too.

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