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Back to Basics: Building Routines for Success (online)
October 11 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
This free event is for Parents and Caregivers that are managing the chaos of life and seeking tips and tricks to help balance it all. The six different presentations will provide an opportunity for questions for the presenters at the end of the session.
Registration is free, however you must register to receive the Zoom link to attend these sessions. When registering, choose one date or choose them all.
For more information contact Alicia Greenlaw, Maine Families Parent Educator, University of Maine Cooperative Extension, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207.944.1843.
Oct. 11: Meal Planning and Budgeting
Are you asking yourself every day what to make for dinner tonight? Are you thinking that your family eats the same meals over and over? Struggling to create a grocery budget? Bring your questions to our University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) professionals as they tackle this important topic.
Oct. 18: Learning to Live with Others
Living with others is not always easy, especially when navigating it for the first time. Who does the dishes? Laundry? Grocery shopping? How about living with your family as an adult? The University of Maine’s Residential Life Director will offer us some ideas on navigating through it all.
Oct. 25: Finding and Maintaining Employment
Seeking employment but unsure where to start? Trying to navigate a resume or create a list of professional references? Bring your questions to this session and our guest speaker from Goodwill Northern New England will offer ideas and resources to help you achieve this goal.
Nov. 1: Money Management
Creating good financial health and sticking to it is not an easy task. In this session, we’ll learn skills to help pay your bills, work towards saving, set financial goals, and learn about financial resources with our presenter from New Ventures Maine.
Nov. 8: Balancing Everyday Stress
Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Family life can be stressful and overwhelming which is why it is important to identify stressors and productive ways to handle them. Our presenter, a Human Development Specialist from The University of Maine Cooperative Extension, will guide us through an engaging conversation.
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