Back To School Survival Guide & $25 Arch Card Giveaway

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  1. shelly peterson says:

    I prepare as much as possible the night before to make mornings easier.

  2. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I plan out meals for dinner a week in advance.

  3. says:

    I try and give the kids a good breakfast and make sure they do their homework right when they get home

  4. Anastasia Falling says:

    My best tip is to get in the rhythm of school a few weeks before it starts 🙂 Getting up early, even making lunches (if that’s what you’ll do during school) just so it’s no big deal when it all starts up. Also, -enjoy- it 🙂 Sometimes it seems like a neverending chore, but you miss the hustle and bustle when the kids are all grown up 🙂

  5. Cathy French says:

    I think the best survival tip is to keep it simple. Scheduling and specifing certain times for certain events can get overwhelming and is impossible to maintain. Keeping a routine, however, is key. Doing things in the same manner and order make getting through the days and nights much easier.

  6. Melissa M says:

    Get everything ready the night before!

  7. Thomas Murphy says:

    Lay out outfits and make lunches the night before to save time in the morning.

  8. kelly D says:

    My tip is to keep a designated area in your house for school work and supplies so nothing gets overlooked.

  9. Dawn Monroe says:

    My tip is to drop the schedule and spend family time on the weekends. Talk to your kids and plan ahead.

  10. wendy rozema says:

    My tip is to stay organized and try to pack backpacks the night before!

  11. steven weber says:

    Make lunches the night before.. real time saver for the morning.

  12. Sherry S. says:

    Get clothes and lunch ready the night before.

  13. Stephanie Phelps says:

    My best back to school survival tip is to prepare the night before! Always be organized!

  14. Linda Szymoniak says:

    My best back-to-school tip is to set up as much of what you need the night before. Have clothes laid out, backpack loaded and ready to go, and anything you can set up ahead of time for lunch boxes (I don’t like making sandwiches and such the night before, but I can have napkins/plasticware in the lunchboxes plus things like granola bars, etc. packed ahead of time. The less you have to do in the morning, the less you’ll forget to do.

  15. soha molina says:

    Go to Walmart.

  16. My best tip is to get a List of the things needed for the upcoming school year and to purchase what you can of it during the tax-free weekend.

  17. Stephanie says:

    Best tip is to make sure you keep your calendar up! Our kids get so many half days and days off that if I don’t keep them straight between the 2 schools, I would so be in trouble!

  18. Leela says:

    Stock up on supplies for the year during the sales.

  19. Melinda Stephens says:

    Have a family calendar to keep everybody organized.

  20. Carolsue says:

    My tip is to have a big white board handy somewhere, where everyone can write what their activities are — times and dates — otherwise it’s impossible to keep track of everyone!

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