259: What’s Working For Rachel: Saying Sorry, Screen-Time Limits, & School Lunches

Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, What’s Working and What’s Not in our Homes, Screentime limits with Rachel Nielson

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A lot has been going on lately.  Let’s update you with some things going on in my personal life, as well as some things going on behind the scenes.  Let's just chat as mom-friends about what is working (and what's not) in our homes. 

 

3 Takeaways of Things that are Working for Rachel!

1) Saying sorry.  I’ve gotten quite good at this.  You don't have to be perfect to raise good children. You just have to show them what it looks like to repair.  

2) Screen Time limits.  We’re getting creative around when screens are allowed and how we’re using screens as a tool in our home.  Know your boundaries and be consistent.

3) Paying for school lunches. Sometimes paying for convenience is worth it.  If it feels unaffordable, see if you qualify for reduced lunch.  Find ways to take some stress and load off your literal plate.

 

>>>Are these tips from Rachel helpful? What would you add to the takeaways? Tell us in the comments below.

 

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