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How to Make the Summer Season a Fun Time for the Family

Photo by: Abigail Batchelder

If you’ve been a regular reader of The Mom Writes, you’d know that I’m a big fan of Jessica Fisher. I frequent her site, Life as Mom,  pretty much everyday, contribute every month and swear by her Organizing Life as Mom eBook as a the single-most easiest way to have a stress-free, planned family.

So, naturally I was thrilled when she announced the launch of her latest eBook, Summer Survival Guide! I’m not a huge fan of this season since it’s hot, really hot here in India and it  always seems like you have NOTHING to do. So, yes, I was excited about this offering from someone I totally look up to.  

The eBook is a complete resource for families wanting to have a fun-filled summer season without vegging out in front of the television (or laptop). Read on to find out how the Summer Survival Guide can change your summer holidays for the better!

Making Summer a Season for Family

As a busy mom of 6, Jessica sure knows how to make the summer season a time for family. The eBook outlines various high on enjoyment, kid-friendly ways to keep cool, have a blast and make the summer season a season of togetherness.

You’ll find craft ideas, meal ideas, books and reading resources and my favorite section – Camp Wannalaffalatta.

Planning to Have a Good Time

Being a big fan of planning and preparedness, Jessica helps you put together your own checklists and kits for plenty of summer fun. So, you’ll find how to put together Summer Adventure Bags, Road Trip Packing Lists, craft supplies checklist and lots more. Plus and most importantly, Jessica will help you create a routine to have fun with her calendars, schedules and to-do lists. Being a frugal gal herself, she provides you with budget worksheets and tips for vacations and the summer season itself. So, you plan to have fun frugally!

Tons of Resources at Your Fingertips

It is a 200+page eBook so, yes it is chockfull of resources for you to use easily. Plus, there are fillable fields so you can just type in and print off copies to use right away. It includes 30+ customizable planning pages, 16 different kid-friendly activities and pretty much everything you need to be to ROCK the summer season this year with your family.

Available at $9, I totally recommend Summer Survival Guide for anyone, anywhere wanting to have a good time during the summers without losing their cool.

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  1. Hi Prerna,
    I’m a silent reader of your blog. I’ve read almost every posts I think…
    You are truly inspiring.. No wonder your name is ‘Prerna’. :)
    You are doing a wonderful job. Would love to learn the trick from you someday….
    Wish you all the best.
    The new look of MomWrites is more professional. The older was too personal I guess. But I liked that old one the most… 😉
    Hope your hubby dear and daughter are doing good….
    And thanks for sharing these beautiful posts…

    • The Mom Writes says:

      Hi Neetha, thank you so much for your kind words. I am truly humbled. Everyone is well at our home. In fact, we just moved houses and are enjoying settling in our new rental. Look forward to hearing more from you soon:-)

  2. I’m a stay at home mom who is pregnant and I have a toddler and a preschooler. I’m in desperate need of ideas. I need some ideas for things I can do in the house or in the backyard with the kids. Plz help!!!

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