Looking for a way to calm your mind, tame your task list, and truly enjoy your family?
Have I told you that Ray and I have five boys? Yes indeed we do, count them, five. In the summer of 1974 their ages were 5, 7, 10, 12, and 13. With the following words “Please, please, oooh pleeease”, three girls ages 7, 12, and 13 were added to our household for the summer. ...
When I first picked up this book I thought it would be all about how I need to do more, be more, add in new goals to my already busy life. What it really has done is open my eyes to just how much daily habits can make a difference in our lives, for better...
If another mom knew that your child was posting inappropriate things on social media or doing something else that the majority of us would find concerning, would you want her to tell you? See what our community has to say.
Have you ever looked at yourself in the mirror and felt incredibly frustrated by what you see? Join April Perry, Power of Moms Co-Founder, and Lindsay Kite of Beauty Redefined as they discuss how to develop healthy perspectives and habits to strengthen mothers . . . and future generations.
How do we raise children who feel at home in the world? How do we create homes full of rich traditions, fun (and educational) discussions, and exciting new experiences that build character and compassion? This podcast will show you how.
If the itch to travel hasn't stopped just because you have kids, try these six tips for road trips with little ones.
Family Activities and Traditions / Parenting and Family Life / Power of Moms Radio / Routines, Structure and Rules
In this fun episode, Saren interviews her 9-year-old twins about their summer goals and about why goals and some "productive" activities are important during the summer. Feel free to have your children join you in listening to this one!
In this podcast, Saren Eyre Loosli and Tiffany Sowby offer practical advice for building up our families - and ourselves - and creating a positive attitude in our homes. They discuss how we can find and focus on the positive and show more appreciation for family members in an honest and simple way. ...
So much pressure exists for kids to be perfect at everything. My experience with an eating disorder has made me certain that our kids need to hear this instead: Do your best, be kind, give back, make healthy choices, embrace what makes you different. You are powerful. You make a difference. You are enough. ...
I think parenting is the single greatest endeavor I will ever embark upon, and because of that, I think it deserves my very best, most deliberate behavior. However, I no longer believe that what I do is the only thing that matters.
Are you ever baffled by your child's obsession with screens, phones, or video games? Dawn Wessman models a child-lead discussion that eliminated battles, improved her son's mood, increased learning and activity level, as well as deepened their relationship.
How do we get things done and take care of ourselves when the unpredictable and important needs of our children, spouses, and friends keep cropping up?
Acceptance / Being Your Own Kind of Perfect / Finding More Joy / Individuality / Mind / Taking Care of You
I want to live in a community where women can showcase their strengths and pursue their talents-- at home and in the workforce--without the fear of being or looking "too good." When women excel, at anything, it is good for all of us.