2006/06/29

Schedule Summary

I’m wrapping up my scheduling posts today because, well, because I’m tired of writing them, and you’re probably tired of reading them. Here are my concluding thoughts: 1. The schedule has helped make sure certain things happen in the Reyes home that wouldn’t otherwise (okay, I’ll admit, brushing teeth was part of our schedule). 2. The schedule was interrupted, changed, and adjusted every single day. This is fine – no nervous twitches from me. 3. Although there has been more order in my home (primarily due to the fact that I am back on schedule) scheduling wasn’t a magic pill that solved all of my children’s discipline issues…or mine. 4. Having said number three, I am amazed at how much boredom plays a role in the arguing that takes place in our home, and the schedule has helped us here. I’m not on the smooth path to scheduling by any means. I want to say that this is a new habit for our family, but it is too early to make that conclusion. Maybe in a month I’ll update to say if I’m really still doing this or not. Thanks for the additional accountability. It was easier to stay on course knowing that I’d be blogging about it at some point! And thank you to anyone who prayed for me, the grace was evident and amazing. Not being one of those orderly, scheduly folks, I can easily attribute any ability to have a schedule to the grace of God alone.

3 comments:

in the bible it said...

proverbs 21

5 The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance,
but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty.


isaiah 32

8 But he who is noble plans noble things,
and on noble things he stands.

an idea someone said...

one good planning/schedule tip:

visit . . .
www.weather.com
at the beginning of the week.

check it from time to time
then make your adjustments
in the activities you have planned.

Laurie said...

Thank you for the helpful verses, and the weather.com idea. I need to write the verses on my index card today so that as time goes by I will have fresh inspiration and motivation.