Gone are the lazy days of summer when you didn't have to worry about helping your child complete their everyday math homework; deal with the stress of making brownies for the bake sale that you just found out about at 11pm the night before; or frantically running around your house trying to find the "other" shoe when the bus is due in 2 minutes.
And, because you've just moved into a brand-new home, you're doing all these things for the first time in your new space-and you feel thankful, relieved, and organized.
Relieved: The Mudroom! How did you ever live without it? Now the dripping-wet snowsuits, heavy backpacks, and muddy paws have a place of their very own. For the win!
Organized: Did someone say, "assembly line?" Making school lunches is a breeze in your new gourmet kitchen with large island: One sandwich, check; one juice box, check; one apple, check; one cheese string, check; and one kiss good-bye as they grab their lunches and run out the door. Chao!
So yes, it's that time of year again. But this year you're enjoying it so much more in your friendly new neighborhood, in your made-for-you home, and working in your well-equipped, first-floor home office.
Let the new school year begin, you think to yourself: "I GOT THIS!"
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