Nutella Bread Recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eHPkpCGdEY
Watch more Back to School videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/471489-How-to-Celebrate-That-Your-Kids-are-Going-Back-to-School
Step 1: Treat yourself to something new
Why should your kids be the only ones to start the school year with new stuff? Buy yourself a new fall outfit or gizmo; after dealing with the kids all summer, you’ve earned a reward.
Step 2: Commemorate the occasion
If you’re a stay-at-home parent, arrange a "thank goodness the kids are back in school" brunch with other parents on the first day of school. If you work outside the home, get a sitter so you can grab a celebratory drink with friends.
Consider taking a "sick" day on the first day of school: Get the kids on their way and go back to bed.
Step 3: Don’t drink the Kool-Aid
Re-stock your refrigerator and pantry with grown-up food: There’s plenty of room now.
Step 4: Spring for a cleaning service
Spring for a cleaning service. Your home actually has a shot at staying tidy for a while since the kids are out of the house for the better part of the day.
Step 5: Make your own fresh start
Make your own fresh start: Use the hours that have been freed up to do something you enjoy or have always wanted to try. Why shouldn’t it be back to school for you, too?
Did You Know?
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