Cursive Spotlight: Day Ja View – Keeping Yourself and Your Kids Organized This School Year
Check out Joanne Sallay’s latest #TeachMeTuesday post on Village Living Magazine, where she talks about Day Ja View, a new kind of family calendar developed by Sharon Neiss Arbess, a mother of three children and a “momproneur”.
Now that school is back in full swing, so are extracurricular activities, tutoring, play dates and appointments. Day Ja View is a family calendar to help busy parents and their kids stay on the same page and keep organized with all activities that are going on. This unique planning tool allows children to be part of the organizing process and become familiar with their weekly routines, while at the same time learning organizational skills that will help them going forward.
Day Ja View was developed in partnership with the creators of the Time of Day Calendar for adults. While it resembles a regular calendar at first, there is a clear plastic sheet that is placed on top of the calendar each month. It is decorated with adorable stickers to indicate what type of activity is going to happen and when.
Joanne Sallay sat down with Sharon to learn more about her calendar and the inspiration behind it. To read her answers and learn more about Day Ja View, visit Village Living Magazine.