Back To School Read-A-Thon! It's almost that time again: time to go back to school! I don't know about you guys but I am dreading what this is going to do to my reading time. The summer has been great for me to get caught up …
Get the GirlMogul Back to School Survival Guide – it’s a free, downloadable pdf filled with the wisdom of the GirlMoguls – on how to ace not just the first day back, but your tween’s entire year. Filled with info on how to organize her schedule, use a planner, pick a club, ace a test and plan a wardrobe on a budget, this quick little guide will inspire your tween dream big and rock school – all year long!
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Hey Fellow GirlMoguls – we know that you’ve probably managed to survive your first week of school unscathed. If anything embarrassing has happened, we know you laughed it off and have moved onto to the next challenge – surviving school day in and day out! Yup – can you believe you have to do this every day! Well we’re here to help -like true GirlMoguls – and we created the GirlMogul Back to School Survival Guide – it’s a quick little book that’s yours free just for being a GirlMogul. You can download the guide right here – just click on this link.
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Many parents dread back to school time because of fights with their tweens over clothing shopping. Using these simple tips, you can have a stress-free shopping experience.
Tip #1: Look through Your Tweens Current Wardrobe – Go through your kid’s closet and see what’s already in there. Donate or discard items that don’t fit or are worn out and get a sense for what can be worn in the new school year.
Tip #2: Discuss Shopping Strategies – Before you head out to the mall, sit down and talk with your child about what new back to school clothing items are on their must have list and what is on the need list. They will naturally want the coolest new looks, and designer labels, but you may be thinking more about a basic pair of blue jeans.
Tip #3: Make a Shopping List – Make two lists – once of items your tween needs and one of the things she wants. Then allocate your overall budget to the wants vs. the needs. Your tween can pick out her own back to school clothes from her wants, but when her portion of the budget is all used up, it’s gone.
Back to school shopping can be filled with tension between you and your tween, but it doesn’t have to be. Follow these tips above and you can have an easy clothes shopping experience this year.
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