If you’ve ever seen a busy railway yard, you have some idea of what family scheduling is like. There’s activity everywhere, and everyone’s competing to get where they need to go. If you find yourself double-booking activities or stretched thin as the family chauffeur, try laying out the schedules side-by-side in a central location, where everyone can see it. This will help you plan your errands around other activities, and catch appointment conflicts before your week becomes a train wreck.
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