How to Avoid the Witching Hour – Podcast with Jennifer Roskamp

How to Avoid the Witching Hour – Podcast with Jennifer Roskamp

Plan Ahead to Avoid the Witching Hour

The Witching Hour is not a figment of your imagination. It happens in homes everywhere – everyone gets home from school or looking for tips to avoid the witching hour in your house? With a little bit of planning ahead, you can make the 6pm hour much more pleasant!work, tired from the day and suddenly it happens. A colossal meltdown. Whether it’s because they’re hangry, stressed out or just tired and it’s never a pretty site.

Jennifer Roskamp joins us in this week’s podcast to give you some ideas on making that 6pm Witching Hour less painful or maybe get rid of it altogether!!

Some of our tips include:

  • Menu planning to prevent blowing your budget
  • Coordinating calendars to plan for busy nights
  • How to prep for meals on the weekends
  • Making dinner at other times of the day to avoid the dinner rush
  • How to create a meal swap with friends for freezer meals
  • Planning and stocking for lunchboxes
  • YoYo nights to save your sanity

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Links from the show:

Jennifer Roskamp – The Intentional Mom

Moola Saving Mom

Food.com App

 

About Jennifer Roskamp – 

jennifer roskampJennifer Roskamp is a busy, homeschooling mom of seven who enjoys keeping a home, living a frugal and active lifestyle, and loving the little and not so little people in my life. My mission is helping other moms find contentment in living intentionally every day over at my blog, www.theintentionalmom.com

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If you dread the dinner time witching hour, we have some tips to help avoid it!

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Ten to Twenty Parenting was created as an honest resource for those of us parenting kids between the ages of 10 and 20. Our needs are so different and the issues much more complex than diaper rashes and playground tantrums.

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