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Daily Routines for Busy Families
A good family routine can be a life saver for many families and their hectic lives. Use these templates
and tips to help you craft your family’s own unique daily routine
Do a Brain Dump – Get a handle on all the things you have going on with a good old fashioned
brain dump. Just make a master list. Once you have your list, sort them based on your natural
family rhythm.
Write Them Down – Use these templates to write down your routines and place them in a place
where you will remember to use them.
Accommodate Your Family’s Natural Rhythm – Your routine is doomed for failure if you don’t
plan them around your family’s natural rhythm. Morning people should have routines that are
heavier or more intense in the morning and night owls should have routines that focus on the
evening.
Be Flexible – Your routine will change throughout the year based on your family’s schedule and
won’t be perfect at first. Give them time to evolve and willing to make changes to make them
work.
Morning Routine
Afternoon Routine
Unload dishwasher
Phone calls and emails
Pack lunches
Throw laundry in dryer
Breakfast dishes
Set out frozen items for dinner
Sign permission slips
Throw in a load of laundry
Drop kids off at school
Phone calls and emails
Run errands
Evening Routine
Make dinner
Help kids with homework
Read bedtime stories
Help kids get ready for bed
Fold laundry
Make coffee for next day
Set out clothes for next day
Compliments of
www.familieswithpurpose.com
Daily Routines for Busy Families
A good family routine can be a life saver for many families and their hectic lives. Use these templates
and tips to help you craft your family’s own unique daily routine
Do a Brain Dump – Get a handle on all the things you have going on with a good old fashioned
brain dump. Just make a master list. Once you have your list, sort them based on your natural
family rhythm.
Write Them Down – Use these templates to write down your routines and place them in a place
where you will remember to use them.
Accommodate Your Family’s Natural Rhythm – Your routine is doomed for failure if you don’t
plan them around your family’s natural rhythm. Morning people should have routines that are
heavier or more intense in the morning and night owls should have routines that focus on the
evening.
Be Flexible – Your routine will change throughout the year based on your family’s schedule and
won’t be perfect at first. Give them time to evolve and willing to make changes to make them
work.
Morning Routine
Afternoon Routine
Unload dishwasher
Phone calls and emails
Pack lunches
Throw laundry in dryer
Breakfast dishes
Set out frozen items for dinner
Sign permission slips
Throw in a load of laundry
Drop kids off at school
Phone calls and emails
Run errands
Evening Routine
Make dinner
Help kids with homework
Read bedtime stories
Help kids get ready for bed
Fold laundry
Make coffee for next day
Set out clothes for next day
Compliments of
www.familieswithpurpose.com
Daily Routines for Busy Families
Morning Routine
Afternoon Routine
Evening Routine
Notes
Compliments of
www.familieswithpurpose.com
Daily Routines for Busy Families
If your routines change significantly from day to day, use these templates.
Daily Routines for Monday
Morning Routine
Afternoon Routine
Evening Routine
Notes
Compliments of
www.familieswithpurpose.com
Daily Routines for Busy Families
Daily Routines for Tuesday
Morning Routine
Afternoon Routine
Evening Routine
Notes
Compliments of
www.familieswithpurpose.com
Daily Routines for Busy Families
Daily Routines for Wednesday
Morning Routine
Afternoon Routine
Evening Routine
Notes
Compliments of
www.familieswithpurpose.com