All parents should set boundaries and ask for help. Not enforcing limits and overcommitting seem to be natural parts of parenting these days, but they do not need to be.
You need a community and lots of apps to manage a family!
Here are a few suggestions:
Meal planning: There are some useful apps that help you with planning and creating grocery lists. Cook Smarts, Pepperplate, Ziplist, and Paprika are a few options. Here is a breakdown of their key features from LifeHack. There are also calendars and services that will plan your meals for you.
Meal Delivery: This is an ingenious idea! Here are some options: Hello Fresh, Blue Apron, Home Chef, Plated, and PeachDish, to name a few. This article from Forbes breaks it down for you. Or, if you are a Tom Brady fan, you can get his meal plan. Enjoy!
Spring Cleaning: You can sell items you don’t need via Letgo and other apps. Here is a list of eight apps that can help.
Cleaning: Hire local help as needed, or ensure that your family has a schedule and a list of household responsibilities.
Yardwork: Hire local help using Angie’s List or your network.
Please share any apps or sites that have worked for you.
Please share any tips you may have.