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  1. Susan
    Feb 01 - 12:37 am

    April, you are so my hero!!!

    I honestly have already learned so much from you in our conversations and in these two guest posts. I can’t wait to dig into your eBook. You are truly a Power Mom!

  2. Anne
    Feb 01 - 12:47 am

    Wow, April, this is amazing! What a great plan for doing any school project! I feel like I should use this method, too! My girls are at a school this year that doesn’t assign homework, but I wish I’d had this plan last year – it would have saved us all A LOT of stress. I’ll definitely use this plan when we have to tackle homework again…

    • Susan
      Feb 01 - 12:55 am

      Isn’t it just amazing Anne? I’m going to definitely remember to attack school projects like this when my girls get a little older.

      And I know I need to follow all April’s advice in how to tackle MY own projects.

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  5. Heather
    Feb 01 - 3:30 am

    What a great post! Science Fair projects can be so intimidating, but you made the whole process sound easy and fun. Thanks for the inspiration.

  6. Rachel
    Feb 01 - 10:19 am

    “The greatest part was that whenever my daughter would say, “Mom, I don’t want to do the Science Fair,” I would say, “Don’t think about the whole project. Just think about your Next Action. What is the next, specific thing you need to do?” ”

    That’s great advice! I love how through a science project, you are giving her so many great tools for life…

  7. April Perry
    Feb 01 - 1:58 pm

    Thanks so much for your kind comments, everyone. David Allen is the brilliance behind all this. His book, Getting Things Done, totally inspired me and took a ton of stress out of my life. I’m just trying to take the business principles from his book and put them into a format that works for moms (because if anyone needs it, we do :)).

    The full Mind Organization for Moms program on http://www.powerofmoms.com is designed to help moms enjoy their families by getting rid of all the stress involves with projects. Good luck, everyone!

  8. Susie's Homemade
    Feb 01 - 9:50 pm

    Awesome tackle! I am Johnny-come-lately today. Trying to beat the snow:-)

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