Our Fall Routine

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We’ve finally settled into a routine that works for us.  After only a month of tweaking.  It’s a flexible guideline rather than a rigid schedule.  Hurray!

This routine is in effect for 4 days a week.  The other weekday is filled with Tae Kwon Do, library, grocery shopping, miscellaneous other errands, silent reading, and impromptu discussions of unlimited subjects.

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4 thoughts on “Our Fall Routine

  1. Cynthia says:

    Love the fall colors on your schedule!

  2. Cynthia says:

    How did you post that schedule? Did you scan it and post it as a picture or did you somehow post the document? I have some spreadsheets, schedules, etc., that I would like to post, but I’m not sure how to do that.

  3. Heather says:

    Thanks for your comments, Cynthia.

    And what a good question!

    As of yesterday, I didn’t know how to convert my Excel schedule into an image:)

    Since I’d already printed our schedule (for posting around the house) I used my scanner to convert it into a jpg. I felt stupid doing that extra step, but didn’t have time to bug my geeky DH to learn the direct way.

    This evening, I asked geeky DH. He said to use the print screen key (when you have the Excel spreadsheet or whatever open) and then paste it into Paint or whatever photo adjusting software you use (I have Microsoft Picture It). Then you can adjust, crop, or whatever, and save as a jpg.

    And now I know–LOL! Hope that makes sense to you, too!

  4. Cynthia says:

    THanks. I’ll copy/paste the instructions to my blog file so the next time I have a few minutes to give it a try the instructions will be easy to find.

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