Summer of Purpose

I don’t know about you, but I always approach this time of year with excitement mixed with fear and trepidation. I alternate between both loving and fearing the freedom and lack of routine. I worry that my patience will not survive an unstructured summer of being with all of my children 24/7. But a little planning can go a long, long way.

In this series, we’ll discuss how we can make this summer, fun, memorable, and successful for our families.

1. Summer of Purpose: Get Ready For Summer

2. Summer of Purpose: Create a Fun, Flexible, Family Routine

3. Summer of Purpose: Accomplish Something Big

4. How To Set Goals With Your Children – The Simple Version

5. Summer of Fun: Big Memories on a Small Budget

6. 5 Tips for Surviving Summer Road Trips

7. Summer of Purpose: Help Your Kids Set Goals (FREE chart)



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  • Kat,
    I am preparing the 2015 version of my eBook 100 Days of Summertime (in it’s 4th year now) and came across your Summer of Purpose for Families series, which fits well with the mission of my 100 Days series. 100 Days of Summertime is about planning to make the most of the summertime. I would love to brainstorm ways in which we could partner with each other on this project or another project in the future. I’ll be sending out free copies of the eBook in late April to bloggers who might like to let their readers know about its resources. We also have an affiliate program and you could earn 25% for all sales made through your affiliate link. Please let me know if you’d like to receive a free copy when it becomes available for affiliates.

    Please let me know if you have any questions. I love meeting like-minded people and figuring out ways to help each other. Have a great week!

    Jennifer Tankersley