Latest update: June 11th, 2012
9. After breakfast, everyone brings his or her own dishes to the sink. If you don’t have time to wash them, at least put them up to soak. Then, a quick wipe of the table and sweep of the floor, and the kitchen is back in order.
10. Time to grab coats and backpacks from the child-accessible hooks and everyone is out the door. Don’t forget: hugs and kisses for all!
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About the Author: Pnina Baim holds a B.S. in Health and Nutrition from Brooklyn College and an MS.edu from Yeshiva University’s Azrieli Program. She works as a nutritionist, a certified lactation consultant, a home organizer, and in her free time writes as much as possible. She is the author of the Young Adult novels, Choices, A Life Worth Living (featured on Dansdeals and Jew In The City) and a how-to book for the Orthodox homemaker, Sing While You Work. The books are available at amazon.com. Pnina is available for speaking engagements and personal consulting. Contact her at email@example.com.
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