083: Family: Board Games

This week we talk about our tradition of family board game night and why we started it. You can get the full show notes by subscribing to our newsletter at http://www.organizedfamily.co/. Not only will you get the show notes, but you will also get access to tools that can help you organize trips, have more […]

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079: Breaking Tasks Into Smaller Chunks

You can get the full show notes by subscribing to our newsletter at http://www.organizedfamily.co/. Not only will you get the show notes, but you will also get access to tools that can help you organize trips, have more meaningful conversations at the dinner table and some sample chore charts you can use in your home. […]

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034: Finances: Emergency Funds

Topics Why have an emergency fund? How much? How to get there Why have an emergency fund? It’s a sefety net for those unexpected events in life that we don’t have money already budgeted for. It’s an account set aside from your regular budget to cover big expenses that you weren’t planning on paying. Mitchells […]

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033: Kids: Teaching Principles

Topics Different centers kids can focus their life on Formal ways to teach principles Informal ways to teach kids principles How important good examples are Different Centers Sean Covey wrote a book titled Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers. He talked about the different centers that kids (as well as adults) focus on which determine […]

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Google Play Music

Just a quick note. Today Google began sending out notifications to people that if they had submitted their podcast to Google, that the podcast should be out. Well, we’re there! If you have a Google device you can take a look at the podcast in Google Play Music. Please follow and like us:

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005: Kids: Color Coded Children

Outline How it started What items can be color coded Reason for color coding How it started Color coding for kids started when the Mitchells had only one or two kids. The first color coded items were dishes. The first child had red plates, bowls and cups and the second child had all the same […]

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Update for October 23rd, 2015

Well, it’s time for the weekly update for the Organize Family podcast and how things are going here. Overall, things are going well. We’re figuring out how to get show notes typed up and ready for the shows, figuring out the schedule, and getting things in people‚Äôs hands faster. And we’re enjoying the journey. So […]

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Weekly Update

Just a quick update for those tuned in. The biggest news is that we’re live! We’re in iTunes and Sticher. If you look over on the right side of the site here you can see links to both of those sites as well as the feeds if you are are not an iTunes user. iTunes: […]

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Our Final Prelaunch Review

What follows is our last prelaunch review. Status This week most of the work we did was related to the release of the podcast on Monday of next week. Dave spent some time typing up show notes and trying to configure computers to share the raw and edited audio files. Amy reviewed the final audio […]

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Podcast Schedule

A Correction In our latest update, we made a mistake. We said episode four was going to be on Dead Space, while episode five was going to be about meal planning. That is incorrect. Episode four is on Meal Planning and Episode 5 is on Color Coded Kids. This brings us to an important point. […]

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