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When we think of planning for Back to School, our minds immediately jump to backpacks, lunch menus, and morning routines. However, the real struggle of school sets in a few days later. That’s when we experience the frantic morning rush and the infamous after school hour, filled with homework, signed papers, and a hot and sweaty kid who’s starved. [] The post 5 Powerful Tools to Organize Your Kid’s Back to School Routine appeared first o»
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News this week that routine annual pelvic exams for healthy women may not be necessary is undoubtedly causing confusion for women across the country. As The Los Angeles Times reported on Monday: The routine pelvic exam endured by healthy women at their physician’s office is a yearly ritual that frequently produces pain, anxiety and embarrassment in return for no documented benefit, and it should be discontinued, an influential physicians gr»
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It's good to get back to routine. I'm not just saying that because I have kids. Don't get me wrong, that's a big part of it...but not all. It's been a project summer for us: plenty of sweat and not so much relaxation.But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. Philippians 3:13-142013 Week 37: Fall Means Bac»
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 Routine is something we as humans desire and detest. We love routine and habit, and more often than not, to be successful, we have to have to be diligent in our routines. But yet, we want to break out of those routines, because those routines become stale and boring. In my world as a church musician, that routine is typically broken over the summer. Rehearsals take a break, the schedule gets a little more flexible and free. It's just the right»
Blog Entry | Women >
My original intent was to start off talking about morning routines, but it was soon brought to my remembrance that the key to a great morning starts the night before. So that is where we will begin. Keep in mind, however, that once the morning routine comes into play the actual times in your bedtime routine may need to change to make sure you are getting the optimum amount of sleep. Building a bedtime routine can be done in a few simple steps: 1.»
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Tell me if this sounds familiar: every day you end up rushing out the door for work at a different time and you have no idea why you’re running late. A morning routine sounds more like a wishlist than a reality. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a morning routine you were proud of? The good news is, you can. And you can start it tomorrow. How to become a morning person There was one thing I was certain I would never be—a morning person. I natur»
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Beep. Beep. Beep. 6:00 A.M. Snooze. Beep. Beep. Beep. 6:09 A.M. No sleeping in today or for the next five days. It’s another Monday. Ah Mondays – those days filled with the R-word. Routine. Get ready for work. Drive to work. Work in the same mesmerizing cube. Check email. Eat lunch. Work some more. Head home. Check Facebook. Exercise. Check Email. Read. Check Twitter. Eat dinner. Check email. Watch some TV. Check Facebook. Tweet. Read some m»
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I know that this post goes against my nature and against things I may have posted in the past. I still stand by my comfort level in having a dependable routine, and I still believe that routines are important for establishing healthy patterns that need to be repeated. Routines can also help to put an end to bad habits. But sometimes the reverse is true. Sometimes it’s healthy to get out of your routine. My recent trip to Guatemala was certainly»
Blog Entry | Family >
Our first Monday in our new house. I have the school room unpacked but not organized. I have no desk. My desk items are in a pile in the corner. For breakfast, I made French toast with the cool griddle we got Aaron for Father’s Day.   We began with Bible reading in my sitting […] The post New Routine appeared first on Royal Little Lambs: Faith, Family, and Health.
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  If you’re just joining us this morning, I’m in the middle of a blog series that walks us through a 6 step decision making process based off of Old Testament scripture, Jeremiah 6:16. If you want to start from the beginning and read forward, click here. Not enough time? That’s okay. Either start here or go back one blog (click here) to review where I left off in Step 3. *** “And in that moment, I felt my own ignorance spread suddenly»