by Karen Bates
(last updated September 20, 2016)
Life can get pretty hectic. With each member of your family involved in different activities each day such as work, school, sports, after-school activities, and other obligations, it can be difficult just to keep up with where each person is at any given time. This can be stressful and cause unneeded worry and anxiety.
It would be great to find a way to eliminate the confusion of the schedules of each family member, but where can you start? Don't feel discouraged. Instead, get your family together and hold a meeting where you will discuss everyone's different obligations each day and come up with a detailed schedule. Once you have this information, you can look at how to organize it.
Of course, cellular phones have helped families stay connected, but it's not always convenient to call someone up to ask, "where are you?" Instead, it helps to have an organized schedule detailing each family member's daily activities.
To make sure that your family's schedules stay organized, consider some of these ideas:
Although it can be a little difficult to get things organized at first, keeping track of everyone's schedules can help all members of the family feel informed and aware of one another's plans. This will help everyone avoid complications and miscommunications.
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