Even though the holidays are upon us, it's still important to maintain the school-year routine. In fact, it may even be harder now than it was at the beginning of the school year. People are tired, school isn't new anymore, and exams are coming up.
A few weeks ago, I wrote some school year survival tips that are important to us because we have 3 kids in different stages, and we're on the go a lot.
I really do believe in each of these, and I find that I struggle the most with keeping up with the laundry and dishes. It's tough, but these are really essential for us to keep the week running smoothly, and to keep us from getting overwhelmed with chores on the weekend.
Since I work out of the house full-time, sometimes the only time I have to do laundry and dishes is right when I get home. However, that's also dinner time.
It's nice to have discovered Tyson Any'tizers because a hearty snack for the kids can buy me a little time to get the house organized in the evenings before dinner.
With lots of varieties to choose from, Tyson Any'tizers help your school kids get a good, fulfilling snack even with exams coming up and the busy-ness of the holidays (hint: keep some around for unexpected visitors and study partners, they're quick to prepare).
Tyson has created the Tyson Any'tizers Snacks School Year Survival Guide where you can find all kinds of helpful hints from things such as managing time and developing good study habits to community fundraising efforts and ideas for snacks for the whole family.
What is the most important chore or task you have to do to keep the school week running smoothly? Share in the comments below!
Disclosure: This post is part of a compensated campaign with Tyson® Any’tizers® Snacks, but we really do enjoy snacks and my thoughts are my own.