We make sure we’re prepared for work, school, holidays, meal time, and photo opportunities. But are we truly prepared for the critical MOMENTS? Here’s one that I’m convinced is simply not an option.
If you’ve ever looked at your “to do” list and felt absolutely paralyzed, these practical strategies, based on principles from Getting Things Done, will forever transform your list-making habits.
Sometimes I get so caught up in the busyness of doing “good things” that I forget to focus on what’s most important. These seven questions can help any mom to identify and live according to what she wants most out of life–PDF download included!
There’s this crazy phenomenon going on right now. Good, devoted mothers get on Pinterest . . . .and blogs . . .. and Facebook . . . .and Twitter . . . and they’re convinced they’re not enough. Here’s what I’ve discovered.
Fun housework? Isn’t that an oxymoron? Creating order and cleanliness isn’t always a party at my house, but for those who are committed to getting the family involved (while having some fun along the way) here are some ways great ideas.
Does that apply to disciplining children? Is it possible to have fun and discipline at the same time? Well, it’s happening at our house (sometimes!), and I’m excited to share.
There’s a common misconception that housework is terrible, mundane drudgery that needs to be accomplished as quickly as possible (or avoided at all costs) so we can move on to the “more important” things in life. I don’t love scrubbing bathtubs or mopping floors, necessarily, but here are a few experiences from my life that have helped me to see the meaning, joy, and purpose in the work required to sustain a family.