When everyone is talking about Back to School, moms start to do the happy dance. Kids in school can be a beautiful thing. From moments of quiet to uneventful trips to the grocery store, a child in school can be a mom's refuge. It's time to break out the champagne, right?
While all this celebratory thinking abounds, there is a downside. Back to school means after school crunch time. Who's driving carpool to football? Where is your homework? What do you mean that school pictures are tomorrow? All these questions, lists and activities can cause stress and possibly a headache. Tension and stress headaches can make this long to-do list even more burdensome.
According to a recent survey by the makers of Excedrin more than one-third of parents cite getting themselves and their children back on a schedule at the top of the list of things that might cause their headaches during the back to school season. It seems that many families are experiencing the same tensions, frustrations and aches. Since families will always have these burdens to bear, the idea is to make the situation less painful. This back to school season add an Excederin pain reliever to the school shopping list.
When our family does back to school shopping, we try to help with additional school supplies. It can be easier for a family to purchase a few extra pencils or paper, but what about the larger ticket items like gym equipment and computers. Usually a single family cannot donate high dollar items like these. This aceadmic year Excederin wants to help your child's school.
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This school year wipe away the worries, tensions and stress. Let Excedrin make Back to School enjoyable for the whole family and your school. Consider entering the Help Your School Excel sweepstakes today.
Disclosure: This post is part of a sponsored campaign with Excedrin and MomSelect. All thoughts and opinions are my own.