There is nothing better than setting your own work hours and being in control of what and how much you do. Lounging around in your sweats and PJs sipping your favorite tea, cocoa-cocoa or coffee while watching your neighbors warm up their cars to go out in the cold commuter traffic is an euphoric feeling. Writing blogs and articles from home offer you these comforts and less nerve wrecking options that a traditional job brings.

In high school, I was the queen of after school activities. I was a tutor, took piano lessons, served in multiple organizations, and participated heavily in the Junior Achievement company program. With this hectic schedule, I learned to carefully organize my high school homework and study time.

“Then where?” He stuttered quickly, his eyes riveted to hers as she gestured to the vacant storage room across the hall from where they now stood. He was familiar with this room as he had often been asked to collect various supplies for teachers throughout the few years of his education at this school. It was where most of the school’s paper supplies had accumulated over time, and rarely was visited or ever locked. It was also known as the make-out room among the majority of the students. He never had opportunity to enter there for that specific reason in the past. But today was quickly proving to be very different.

“Come on.don’t you want to do this? I promise I won’t tell any of the others. We can just have some fun and no one would know!” Her voice now held the hint of sarcasm as her hands reached for his belt once more.

However, if the parents do not get along well enough to talk about the kids, splitting the child’s time between them may not be practical. After all, the parents will have to share information about the child’s welfare to make his/her adjustment to constant change comfortable. Split custody may work for some kids. But, it can be hard and confusing to others, and should only be done with parents who understand the risks and benefits of the arrangement.

OShop for school supplies. Let your child choose the designs of his pencil box, notebooks and back pack so he will be motivated for his first day at school. He will surely enjoy writing with his new pencils and notebooks. Remind your child to always return his things inside his bag so he will not lose them.

Solution: Get all leadership trained. More and more training is available, free of charge, to unit leaders through the internet. Leaders can get one on one help by attending the district’s training classes with live face to face contact with experienced leaders and trainers. Attending roundtable meetings help new leaders learn from the expertise of more seasoned leaders.