Mom’s Kitchen Survival Workshop

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Is the school year starting to drag? Are you wondering how you will EVER make it to June in one piece? I hear ya. And I know you can do this!

So, yeah, you started the year strong. You had high hopes that this school year would be THE BEST EVER. That you would be the mom who totally had her act together — and looked good doing it.

And for awhile you did.

Then October rolled in and it seems like, well, the wheels fell off the bus.

The wheels on the bus go round and round, until they don’t. And sometimes you find yourself as the mom whose kids are lucky to have a hot meal once a day and clean socks on their feet. Forget a matching pair. That’s for other people.

It’s okay, Mama. Take a breath. We’ve all been here. Yes, really. Even that chick at drop-off/co-op who drives you crazy because she always looks cute; her kids have all their homework AND matching socks; and she’s got a latte in her hand. Pumpkin Spice, at that.

It’s all right. I promise.

Or it will be.

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I’ve put together a quick little refresher course, the Mom’s Kitchen Survival Workshop, to help you make it to June without losing your cool. It’s short and sweet, designed to help you cover the basics with savoir faire, French for “knowing what’s up.” 😉

Food and clean underwear are the basics. Homework turned in on time. Yep, we”ll cover that, too.

You CAN make it to June without losing your cool.

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About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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