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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
Are you one of these people that likes to make lists? I know I am. A list helps me accomplish all I need to do in a day. It also reminds me of all the things I should think about to balance the to-do list and the sense of life balance. It’s my means of time management, of being effective in all that I do. It also makes me feel good at the end of the day when I check my list and tick off all that I have accomplished.
However, there are so many other things you can do to organize your life better. And, for tweens, this is something that needs to be learned. Making a list or a schedule is a great way to start. Actually, making a schedule might be more thorough because, not only are you listing what you want to and need to do, but you’re assigning a specific time of day to do it, so things both fun and necessary have their assigned place in your daily routine.
Sara Williams has created a book to help organize tweens (preteens). Planning Your Day 101: Helping Preteens Make the Most of Every Day is a step-by-step guide on how tweens can best orchestrate their time, how to get the required (and sometimes boring) jobs done as well as finding that much-needed fun time for reading, teching or hanging out with friends. The book is laid out with colorful templates and takes the tween on an organized journey to fill in an efficient and effective schedule. At the end of the book are more suggestions and extra worksheets to use as schedules. Very carefully laid out to make an excellent tool to help organize any young tween.