Want to learn two specific things that can help you raise your teenager? This podcast with April and her 13-year-old daughter, Alia, can be a great jumping-off point for a discussion with YOUR teen.
The other day, I decided to abandon all plans of “productivity” and let the winds of motherhood carry me where they may. I’m all for spontaneous tickle fights, staying in pajamas until noon and enjoying unhurried conversations, but on this particular day, the “winds” of motherhood turned into a hurricane, and I felt like Gilligan’s little...
In 10 words or less, what did you love best about your mom while you were growing up? We asked our community this question, and their response was BEAUTIFUL. Hear all about it in our radio show broadcast.
We have all been shocked by the tragedy at the Boston Marathon. In this post and podcast, April and Saren discuss our community's best ideas for talking with our children about hard things.
Whether we're taking our children to amusement parks, movies, restaurants, birthday parties, or other fun places, we want our family experiences to make us into better people. Here's a fun, simple way to teach our children gratitude.
Do you ever find yourself trying to be all things to all people--and then feeling completely overwhelmed by unnecessary guilt when you simply can't do it all? This post will walk you through a quick and simple process that can help you totally eliminate that guilt.
Sometimes it feels like we're just running in circles, but when we stop and look at our lives clearly, we can see that this business of motherhood is more than it appears to be.
If you've ever felt overwhelmed (which we're pretty sure you have), this radio show will provide you with lots of helpful ideas to help you through those challenging moments--and provide great tips for setting up long-term solutions.
Ever feel like you're spending the "best years" of your life living in chaos? Here's a humorous experience to which you can DEFINITELY relate--as well as some food for thought on your worth as a mother.
2012 was a year of amazing growth for Power of Moms - as well as a whole lot of growth for its founders. In this podcast, April and Saren reflect on favorite experiences and lessons learned in 2012 while sharing thoughts on how to make 2013 a year of really living our priorities.
If you're looking for a step-by-step plan to simplify your home and create an environment where your family can thrive, this post and free download will do the trick!