As a parent I understand the juggling act that takes place when you send your children off to school. It’s hard keeping track of which events are happening when, where, at what time and for which child. I know I don’t stand alone when I say I need to get organised, but just how do I go about it?!.
Sunny Mummy is the brainchild of Stacey Sullaphen, an Australian parent on a mission to empower fellow parents and caregivers with the organisational key. Her new Sunny and Simple Schooldays organiser is a tool that you can fill with your child’s timetable, the school canteen price list, the countless notes sent home, what library books have been borrowed and so on and so forth. All you have to do after purchasing is print it out and pop it in a folder. So easy, the kids can probably do it for you (see, delegating already!).
The help Stacey offers doesn’t stop there, – one dollar from every sale of a Sunny and Simple Schooldays organiser goes to the McGrath Foundation.
You can purchase and print your copy of the organiser for $19.95 at Stacey’s Sunny Mummy blog, where you can find everything you need to take back control and get organised.