Do you find yourself buying lots of food that you’d really rather not have in the house? Here’s how my 14-year-old helped me to eliminate the “junk,” stick to my budget, and keep her siblings happy in the process.
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Join Saren and April as they share their “back to school” stories–along with plenty of practical tips for making the transition work for the whole family.
Want to learn a simple method for helping children to accomplish their school work in a confident, timely manner? This podcast with Saren and April features powerful tips to help your whole family.
If you often feel like you’re surrounded with “stuff,” you’re not alone. Join April Perry and Alice Fulton Osborne as they discuss practical strategies for streamlining our lives. (It will do more for you than you think!)
Looking for some great Disney insider tips from moms you can trust? This episode features excellent ideas for making your Disneyland vacation (or ANY day trip!) a family-strengthening experience.
Some sort of grocery shopping typically needs to happen at least once a week. But how do you make this into a process that the whole family ENJOYS? Join Saren and April as they share their top tips (and biggest grocery nightmares) with Power of Moms Radio.
Motherhood is a beautiful, wonderful pursuit. But it sure involves a lot of mundane tasks that have to be done again and again and again! In this week’s Radio Show, April and Saren discuss ways to find meaning and magic in the mundane.
Feeling overwhelmed by the stuff in your home? In this episode, April and Saren offer practical tips for streamlining and organizing the toys, clothes, dishes and furnishings. Join the conversation!
The word “housework” is often corrected to “drudgery,” “whining,” and “necessary evil.” But housework can actually be a fun and meaningful relationship-building activity. Saren and April share practical and simple ideas for how we can get our children effectively and positively involved in keeping up our homes.
Oprah Winfrey, Rachael Ray, and Katie Couric have all featured NYT best-selling author Julie Morgenstern. And now she has stopped by Power of Moms!
Spoiler alert: Ruth’s daughters DO have toys. They just don’t have very many, and they are stowed away so they play with only a few at a time. What led her to make such a drastic change? What were the results?