Episode 46 – Author, Rivka Caroline, explains how she went from Frazzled to Focused

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In this podcast, Ingrid talks to Rivka Caroline, author of Frazzled to Focused about her experience of organising a family of 9.

Rivka is an English native now living in the Miami sunshine and has seven children. Three children in and she quickly realised she needed some systems in place when organising a family to retain her sanity. Rivka explains the 10 predictable and boring systems families need.

In this episode we discuss these systems in detail:

  • Meal planning
  • Planning your food shopping
  • Having system in place for your laundry when organising a family is critical
  • Morning routines
  • How to ensure you have a clear and clean home
  • Ensuring your children communicate their homework schedules and deadlines 
  • Having a system for school supplies
  • Parent CEO time
  • Evening routines
  • The most important system when organising a family is allowing for quality time

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If you'd like to know more about Rivka you can find here her website, facebook, twitter and the details of her book.

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