Working Mom Special Report
March 2005
NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE
     

Working Mom™ was established to save the following:

  • You
  • Time
  • Energy
  • Money

Saving You:
Time, Energy & Money!

Anything else would not be on Workingmom.com. We know you don't have time to waste fooling around on the computer.

We've re-designed our lists based on your feedback. You wanted them to load faster, and you wanted a “To-Do” List that tells you what to do. After months of thought, prayer, teleconferences and round table meetings we introduce the “ Sample To-Do List ”. This checklist is a collaborative project which required the talents and abilities of the entire Working Mom™ Staff.

Fawnya Gibson, Deborah Koster, Yvonne Levy, and Suzanne Parrott have been instrumental in creating a customized, personalized list for the 250,000+ households that visit WorkingMom.com from every continent on the globe each year….this was no small undertaking. The result is a day by day, week at a glance, 4-week “To-Do” list. The list takes into account the fact that some things are done daily, others weekly and some just once a month. If you miss a day or item, we recommend you skip it and move onto the next day.

•  At first glance, you can see that this is too much for any one person to do by herself. Fortunately, you've got a built in team to help you, your kids. (See the chore chart )

•  There will be things you need to do that are not on this list. We caution you not get so wrapped up in checking things off that you don't allocate time to enjoying the blessing of raising a child and having a family. Remember, according to God who you are is more important than what you do . (That's why you're a “human being” not a “human doing” !)

•  If your household is in extreme disorder, we recommend a “clean sweep.” Take some time off work, solicit the help of a “neat-freak” or hire a cleaning service to help you, make sure the kids are somewhere else, then go through your home, throwing away or giving away absolutely everything you don't need. It can be embarrassing to let someone else see how out-of-control things can get, but it'll be worth it. Then you'll make the most of the “ Sample To Do List .”

When you use the Working Mom™ Sample To-Do List in conjunction with the Chore Chart and Grocery List and printable online coupons you'll have everything (but the elbow-grease) to have an organized, well-run, low-stress (in other words, “working”) household.

 

•  http://www.workingmom.com/analogies.htm

•  http://workingmom.com/todolist1.htm

•  http://www.workingmom.com/babysitter-checklist.html

•  http://www.workingmom.com/age-guidelines.htm

•  http://www.workingmom.com/grocerylist.htm

•  http://www.workingmom.com/coupons.htm

•  http://praystation.workingmom.com/