Sarah Chapman reviews Appigo’s ToDo App. If you are ready to go techie with Mind Organization for Moms, you will love this!
Ever feel like you’re going in 1000 different directions but never getting anywhere? Join Tiffany and April as they discuss their biggest takeaways from the book “Essentialism” by Greg McKeown.
One pediatrician’s piece of advice became this mother’s new mantra for her family’s interactions.
With a straightforward tone that is both reassuring and inspiring, Rubin reassures us that with focus and dedication, finding greater happiness is totally achievable.
How do you handle holiday giving? How many gifts do you buy for others? How do you keep spending and stress under control? Join this fun conversation and share YOUR thoughts!
April and I (Co-Directors of Power of Moms) have nine children between us, ages 7 through 14. Over the years, we’ve been able to figure out a lot about what toys and games are timeless, fun, and meaningful. To help you think of great Christmas gifts for those on your list, we’ve worked together to […]
April offers a step-by-step plan for making this Christmas exactly what you and your family want most.
Are you overwhelmed by Christmas Craziness? Just for fun, since none of us needed to sleep during the month of December anyway, Allyson Reynolds takes at look at a few of the things many of us feel like we want or should do during the Christmas season (and then she talks reality after).
If you’ve ever potty trained then you know it’s not for the faint of heart. Read one mother’s honest account of survival. Warning: This article contains equal amounts of humor and nitty gritty details.
We all know we should eat more vegetables. But how do we actually do it? This podcast offers simple, kid-tested ways to make veggies a more serious component of your family’s diet.
Check out the winning photographs! Thanks to all who participated in this fun and simple way to spread the joy of gratitude by posting photos of the things that fill our hearts with joy.
No one likes to talk about pornography. No one wants to talk about pornography. But Jenson and Poyner’s book resolved my feelings of fear connected with this difficult subject, and replaced them with a feeling of empowerment. For the first time, I feel confident talking about pornography with my kids.