September 12, 2018
Every August and September, most American families feel a time crunch as back-to-school season gets under way. But even as your family calendar gets jammed with school appointments, extracurricular activities, and professional commitments, that doesn’t mean your home’s basic upkeep and maintenance should get overlooked. With a proactive approach—and commitment from the whole family—you can stay on top of your home despite a busy schedule.
Check out these tips from home and family experts and let us know on Facebook which methods work for you!
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Give your home equal priority as school, work, and extracurriculars during this back-to-school season—and share the responsibilities among the whole family. An all-hands-on-deck approach will protect and preserve your home, despite more demands on your time.
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