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 It's Summertime and like me many of you are asking yourselves - " What am I going to do with the kids this summer?" or "What do I want to do in order to achieve some peace and tranquility for for myself?"  I know it's hard and the time is either flying by or moving at a snail's pace when the kids have nothing to do.  How about a Summertime Bucket List? There are countless creative ideas online that you can plan with your family. Check out this website for just a few. 

Don't go overboard -Choose a few so that you can stay organized and thoroughly enjoy your time with your family. http://dineanddish.net/2013/05/the-dine-dish-family-2013-summer-buc...

Now, for those of you who would like to add a little me time to the list.  Here are a few suggestions.

1- Ask a neighbor with children to watch your kids while you  spend a couple of hours at the pool or shopping without the kids. (Make sure you return the favor).

2-  Ask dad to plan a day out with the kids and spend the time getting a mani-pedi or massage.

3-  Order a Fab Mom t-shirt and sign up for a volunteer project : - ). You will feel great!

4- Go to an outdoor concert with your significant other.

5- Enroll in a summertime class (outdoor yoga, art, etc) . I recently took an art class. There was also wine tasting : - ) I had a great time.

6- Plan a mom's only day out or weekend get-away.     

THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS -  HAVE A FAB MOM SUMMER !!

Check out the latest updates on facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fab-Mom/290846521017140 or visit me at http://www.fabmom.net

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