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Win a Weekend with FlyLady

…print them from the Website or send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to: 2012 Win a Weekend with FlyLady Official Rules, FlyLady & Company, Inc., 132 Commerce Street # 8, Brevard NC 28712, by June 20, 2012. (Vermont residents and residents of Canada may omit return postage.) 5. CONTEST JUDGING. All Contest Entries must meet the Contest entry requirements described in these Official Rules. Eligible Contest Entries will be judged by…

Official Rules

…print them from the Website or send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to: 2012 Win a Weekend with FlyLady Official Rules, FlyLady & Company, Inc., 132 Commerce Street # 8, Brevard NC 28712, by June 20, 2012. (Vermont residents and residents of Canada may omit return postage.) 5. CONTEST JUDGING. All Contest Entries must meet the Contest entry requirements described in these Official Rules. Eligible Contest Entries will be judged by…

Do You Make These Mistakes When Buying or Storing Olive Oil?

…e Oils? In his New York Times best-selling book, Extra Virginity, olive oil expert Tom Mueller warns of contaminants and even cancer-causing agents in fake olive oils, saying: “Italian investigators have found hydrocarbon residues, pesticides, and other contaminants in fake oils, and pomace oil, a common adulterant, sometimes contains mineral oil as well as PAHs, proven carcinogens that can also damage DNA and the immune system. Then there’s the…

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Our Fake Thanksgiving

…to travel to visit family. I guess we’re paying it forward a bit too. Thanks for all you folks do! If we weren’t fluttering along here, we couldn’t make these holidays happen, and I’d be even more freaked out about having our first kiddo while he’s off on deployment. Flying 6 mos Preggo in MD FlyLady here: I am so proud of this FlyBaby. She and her family understand that we can celebrate a holiday on any day!! As…

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Payroll FlyBaby Tips and Testimonials

…any payroll FlyBaby who wants to spend more time with her DH is: Shut off the TV! Many times, we marrieds claim that we have no time together. However we can manage to spend 2 hours daily in front of the TV, usually sitting side by side.” – RN in San Jose Payroll FlyBaby Routines From Our Members – Part 1 1. I Can’t Tell You How Much Smoother Our Mornings Are. I am a payroll FlyBaby with 2 boys in school (2nd gr & 4th…

Common Core Standards Revisited

…ernment did have during the recent recession was something that most states were sorely lacking – money! The Race to the Top public education initiative competitively granted millions and millions of dollars to cash-strapped states – with the proviso that states had to have college-and-career-ready standards in place. In practice, that meant that states adopted the CCSS in order to access federal funds for public education. In addition, 330…

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Q&A: 504, Accommodations, and Evaluations

…do several things before getting legal assistance. First, make a written request for evaluation. Parents have the right to refer their child. The school legally has to respond to you – the timelines are different from state to state. Send one copy to the principal and one copy to the director of special ed services at the central office. If you don’t get a timely response (about 15 days), make an appointment with the special ed…

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School Hierarchies

state or the federal level rather than to the superintendent or the school board, because parents have specific legal rights. In any case, the lines of authority over staff who work with children with disabilities vary from state to state and school system to school system. Special education and student support staff may report to the director of special education and/or to the building principal. Remember that every state has a special…

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Retention

…t doesn’t make sense. -Many more children are being retained now than were retained ten years ago. In my state, the retention rate has climbed from 3% to a little over 5%. -Retention is extremely expensive, because the state pays for an extra year of school for every child who is retained. In my state, it currently costs about $7500 a year to educate a child in public school. American taxpayers are spending billions of dollars each year…

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Women

…Mother. I’m making gift certificates on my computer which will be good for an oven cleaning, a bathroom scrubbing and a kitchen floor polishing. These are the jobs she hates the most. So she gets to play with her grandkids (my kids) while I take care of which ever certificate she uses.For my Sister. I’m making a gift certificate for an adult night with her husband. The certificate will state that my husband and I will baby sit the…

Common Core Standards: Part II

…ls. It makes sense to me to have a clear, consistent framework of expectations for public education. The hodge-podge of state standards makes it difficult for students to receive a coherent public education if they move from state to state. This has been particularly true for military kids. There are also quality issues in public education that are addressed, at least in part, by a set of common academic standards. I have concerns about the…

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The Bureaucracies of Public Education

…hat public education is a bureaucracy. Bureaucracies don’t like to pay attention to individual needs, and they almost never make changes in response to individual people — and this is true whether you’re inside or outside the system. It’s like hurling yourself at a pillow — the system absorbs the blow and stays the same. That’s because no one is actually in charge of anything — there’s a handbook…

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School Bureaucracy

…ated to the fact that public education is a bureaucracy. Bureaucracies don’t like to pay attention to individual needs, and they almost never make changes in response to individual people – and this is true whether you’re inside or outside the system. It’s like hurling yourself at a pillow – the system absorbs the blow and stays the same. That’s because no one is actually in charge of anything – there’s a handbook or a policy manual or a state

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Bullying

…l resources on the web page, the most interesting being a free manual for kids called “How to Stop Being Teased and Bullied Without Really Trying”. So what to do? Go to the Stop Bullying website and check out the law in your state (almost every state has one). Check out your school system website and see if you can find the policy and procedures that administrators are supposed to follow when there is a bullying incident. Watch for warning signs…

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Slow Cooker Chicken Recipes

…o – north of Toronto. One whole chicken, or chicken parts – rinsed and placed into Crock pot. Mix together odds and ends from your fridge door and cupboards to equal one cup. Add bits of salad dressings, jam the kids didn’t like, etc. Works best if it half sweet – jams, etc and half savory – salad dressings, bbq sauce, etc. Clean out a lot of clutter and it is always good but never the same twice! Back to Top…

FLYing with Homeschoolers

…assigned time. – flybaby in sunny so cal Although my children are gone now I remember very clearly homeschooling and wanted to share a thought or two. First of all I homeschooled one son (we have 5 kids and now 5 grandkids) and did it from 7th grade to graduation. The most important thing in homeschooling is ROUTINES!! We got up each morning knowing what had to be accomplished for the day and how we were going to accomplish it. Very…

School Bullying

…solution to bullying” that explains Kalman’s approach (http://www.psychologytoday.com/search/query?keys=Kalman+blog&x=0&y=0 ). So what to do? -Go to the Bully Police website and check out the law in your state (almost every state has one). -Check out your school system website and see if you can find the policy and procedures that administrators are supposed to follow when there is a bullying incident. -Watch for warning…

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School Bureaucracy II: The Rules of the Game

…nsafe School Option, educational rights of homeless children… It’s all online on the U.S. Department of Education site (ed.gov), but there is so much that it’s best just to google the specific topic that interests you. State and local laws and regulations can be found on the websites of your state department of education and your local school system. It’s particularly important to be up-to-date on the regulations and policies in your local…

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School Boards

…school staff, not to school board members. This includes specific concerns about teachers and principals, discipline procedures, grades, coaches, textbooks and library books, curriculum and instruction, buses, food service, statewide tests, schedules, and special services. Teachers are in charge of classrooms, principals are in charge of everything in their building, and the superintendent is responsible for everything in the system. The…

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Late Night Lace Ups

…setting out my clothes for tomorrow includes having lace up shoes with a pair of socks with them right there by my bed, so I could even grab them in a tornado sighting. A tornado warning (not a sighting, a warning) gives us Midwest FlyBabies plenty of time for the habit of dressing to lace up shoes (no make up LOL) and I for one don’t want to be on the news in my nightgown and comfy slippers! Thanks for the habits and stressing the…

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Slow Cooker Pork Recipes

…1 tsp dry mustard 1 tsp horseradish 1/4 cup cola drink (NOT diet) Use just a touch of the cola to make a paste out of the 1st 3 ingredients. Pour the rest of the cola over the ham in the crockpot. Rub the past over the cut side of the ham. You can cook the ham paste side up or down.. I usually do it down so the cut portion of the meat is in the paste and juices. Cook on low 8-10 hours. I ran out of regular coke the last time I made this and…

Do You Want to Feel Better?

…change yourself first. Your well being is the key. That is why this system is a holistic approach to getting organized. Several years ago, we were taught to fake it till you make it. Well this term works well for us. We can fake a smile and you know what, we will begin to feel happier. It is a proven fact. So put a smile on your face, and go look at yourself in the mirror. Try this with your children. One Mom, did smile therapy with her day…

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I Am Happily Cleaning

…– kept me focused better. Here’s the BIG THING!! I have a number of silk/fake plants around the house because I kept killing real plants. I haven’t dusted them in the past 6 years because my mother always said to take a damp rag and wipe EVERY SINGLE FAKE LEAF to clean them off “the right way.” My mind told me that it would take a week straight to clean off each of the leaves. I even pondered throwing them out…

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Do You Want to Feel Better?

…better about yourself. The change in your home is not going to happen unless you change yourself first. Your well being is the key. That is why our system touches all parts of your life. Several years ago, we were taught to fake it till you make it. Well this term works well for us. We can fake a smile and you know what, we will begin to feel happier. It is a proven fact. So put a smile on your face, and go look at yourself in the mirror. Try…

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Actions Speak Louder

…so that rainbows dance across your room. These always make me smile. I was taught many years ago by Rita Davenport to fake it till you make it. I didn’t really know what that meant till recently; I just did like she said. Fake it till you make it, is nothing but practicing till a habit becomes automatic. Imagine that, practicing loving ourselves with little habits that tell us we are loved by the person who does those little things that…

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Actions Speak Louder than Words

…so that rainbows dance across your room. These always make me smile. I was taught many years ago by Rita Davenport to fake it till you make it. I didn’t really know what that meant till recently; I just did like she said. Fake it till you make it, is nothing but practicing till a habit becomes automatic. Imagine that, practicing loving ourselves with little habits that tell us we are loved by the person who does those little things that…

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Actions Speak Louder!

…so that rainbows dance across your room. These always make me smile. I was taught many years ago by Rita Davenport to fake it till you make it. I didn’t really know what that meant till recently; I just did like she said. Fake it till you make it, is nothing but practicing till a habit becomes automatic. Imagine that, practicing loving ourselves with little habits that tell us we are loved by the person who does those little things that…

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FLYing with School Age Children

…nd before bedtime routine in the same format as Flylady book suggest. She now has the same sheets with plastic covers and a favorite colored dry eraser to check off with. She was excited to see a step in the afternoon that said, Did you treat yourself and go outside to play? Another one I added was, Did you practice your multiplication facts? Did you pack your school bag? Did you get all the important notes you need? Go to bed no Later than…

SHE Shouldn’ts

…e to find a real beauty, and I must admit it was the prettiest tree we have ever had. She shouldn’t . . .ever think making holiday wrapping paper by dipping the kids’ little hands in red and green paint is a good ideadecide that nice homemade presents of sugar and spice pecans warrants buying 35 pounds (no lie!) of pecans at the warehouse club or she will be looking at them for many years to comehide gifts in black plastic garbage…

FLYing as a Single Parent

…It’s what FlyLady is all about – Routine, Routine, Routine! Days when Dad is traveling are almost always smooth because of our evening routines. They will be tweaked now that we have more daylight for playing outside, but both kids know: 1) what clean clothes to bring into the bathroom so we don’t have cold, wet, nekkid boys running around the house 2) what toys and books need to be picked up before bathtime 3) where their…

Perfectionism is not an Asset

…kills when it comes to house cleaning. When she was old enough to get her first job; it was in a restaurant being a hostess. She was told that part of her duties were to keep the foyer swept. They handed her a broom and she did not know what to do with it. She was laughed at and ridiculed because she had no skills when it came to sweeping. She came home crying to her real mom that it was a disservice for children to not be taught these things….

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Finding The Best College Fit

…your child, but also provide him with a comfortable, supportive living situation in which he can thrive. ************************************** Alice Wellborn is the author of the recently released book, The Savvy Parent’s Guide to Public School, available here. This practical guide helps parents navigate the frustrating world of public education. Designed to empower parents to work effectively with teachers and school administrators, the book…

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Babyest-of-Babysteps

…ars was, in a word, unsightly. During this time I met the man that would eventually become my husband. He never once saw the inside my apartment. At first, he thought I was married and that was why I’d never let him inside! I did eventually confess to him my “dirty little secret” but he didn’t quite believe me because I was actually pretty neat when I was at his house as a guest. Then we bought a home and got married…

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Stay Alkaline and all will be Fine

Hello Friends, When we eat a diet containing too much sugar, protein and grains, our bodies become acidic. With your body in an acidic state, you may experience pain, weight gain and you may also be at risk of developing any number of diseases. That’s because a low oxygen (acidic) environment in the body allows for viruses, bacteria, fungus and mold to breed and grow and do all sorts of damage. On top of that, environmental toxins also…

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School Bureaucracy: Practical Suggestions for Parents and Teachers

…a great teacher. Don’t give up! Anyone who is interested in school change has to get involved in the politics of public education. Vote for the school board and regularly attend school board meetings. Check out what the candidates for state legislature or governor have to say about public education. Attend county commission meetings when the school budget is discussed. Stay abreast of what’s happening with No Child Left Behind and other federal…

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School Routines and Discipline

…have a chance to look it over every year! The problems with school discipline policies mostly occur because the policies are “one size fits all” and individual circumstances and situations are not taken into consideration. Zero-tolerance rules can cause ridiculous situations (for example, first graders accused of sexual harassment), and minor infractions and youthful mistakes are often handled in a formally legal way. Sometimes…

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Doctors and Schools

…s for these diagnoses are not always the same as those used by school psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, and educators when determining eligibility for school services. Educators use the federal law IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) and state laws to determine if children are eligible for special education services. IDEA describes thirteen disabling conditions. Eligibility has three prongs: the child…

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Your Perfectionism Hurts Others

…kills when it comes to house cleaning. When she was old enough to get her first job; it was in a restaurant being a hostess. She was told that part of her duties were to keep the foyer swept. They handed her a broom and she did not know what to do with it. She was laughed at and ridiculed because she had no skills when it came to sweeping. She came home crying to her real mom that it was a disservice for children to not be taught these things….

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NMPLB: Cheating

…enting.com reports that 80-85% of high school graduates admit that they cheated at least once in school. The Educational Testing Service reports that 75-98% of college students admit that they cheated in high school. And in middle school, ETS reports that 90% of students state they have copied another student’s homework. Turnitin.com, a plagiarism site for teachers, reports that 30% of all papers submitted to their site have been…

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