Compare your childhood to that of your child’s, and I bet you’ll find a vast difference in how many things you and your parents tried to achieve. We’re trying to juggle too many things when it comes to parenting school-aged children. But, if we really think about it, it wasn’t always like that.
We either need to pull back on the ridiculous expectations we’ve set for ourselves and our children, or we need to streamline the way we do things to buy ourselves more time and headspace. Here are 50 ways to get things started.