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5 Task to Help You Prepare for Back to School

In the mindset of my oldest son the summer is still in full swing. He sees nothing in his future outside of playing, eating ice-cream, and his new bicycle.

For me, unfortunately, the end of summer and start of school is coming closer and closer everyday.

Now that August has made it's presence known (with some chilly and fall feeling weather I might add) I'm officially in the "Plan-for-Back-to-School" mode.

And I'm not the only one.

If any of you have been to a department store in the last few weeks, you'll see that Back-to-School is in full swing for them too!

Making this the perfect time for Mommy, In Demand to dedicate an entire month to helping you (and, honestly, myself) become better prepared for the beginning of the school year.

Who doesn't like a little team work?!

So, to start off this month theme, I thought we'd talk about some basic I'm doing to prepare myself, my son, and my wallet for the first day back...

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