In our faith tradition we change things very slowly. And when I speak to my priest about the things I am trying to change in myself, he encourages me, "Slowly, slowly." Some people LOVE change, and some people LOATHE change, and some people just don't like when they aren't the ones making the decision for change (me!). So, maybe as suggested, you change slowly, or you take a week off to reset the schedule. If your daughter is doing well with her schedule, maybe consider releasing her to be independent. But if she is not doing well, bringing to her attention the areas that are not working may help her realize a change is needed. Asking for her input on what could make things work better is loving, but if she is resistant, you may have to institute the changes anyway. As our students get older it is harder to "just do it". I see I need to include my children in on the decisions that affect them. They need to want to participate or else the work is so much harder. Trying to persuade them is more involved the older they get. I found with my two oldest sons, when they hit about 16, it was nearly impossible for me to persuade them to own more or different work. If it wasn't their idea, it was not going to be done well. If you have ideas on addressing that, I'm all ears!