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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 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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