This past fifteen years as a mom has sure taught me a lot about letting go, about getting over things, about fixing and moving on, about trial and error, and about finding beauty in the midst of hard stuff. A recent hike with my kids helped me realize all this more deeply.
Motherhood is about helping our children become the people they want and need to be. Yes. But motherhood is also about helping OURSELVES become the people we want and need to be.
In this podcast, veteran teacher Amanda Roos talks with Saren about helpful principles that work really well in teaching AND in parenting.
As the school year starts, we help our children embrace new learning opportunities and friendships while helping them get organized and set up for success. Here are some simple ideas to help YOU enjoy more learning, friends and organization too!
How can we build relationships and memories when our family time is eaten up by media and extracurricular activities? Saren shares some simple and helpful practices that can make a real difference.
Power of Moms Co-Founder, Saren, and her sister, Shawni, who runs the popular blog 71 Toes share what they’re learning about building and maintaining strong relationships with teenagers.
Want to help Power of Moms make the NYT Bestsellers’ List? The book is rising in the charts, and YOU can make a difference!
I love the feeling of checking things off my list and progressing towards goals. But I’m learning to cherish the “doing” just as much as the “getting it done.” Motherhood is about processes, not just results.
Do you yearn to help solve the problems of the world? April and Saren discuss simple ways you and your family can make an impact on the larger world.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, a lot of us are thinking about romance – or the lack thereof. Saren shares six down-to-earth ideas to help you find more peace and joy in your marriage.
Check out these super-simple, meaningful ideas for celebrating and enhancing the love in your home before and during Valentine’s Day.
My oldest son is humbling me, big time. I’m in some uncharted waters as we head into the teen years. But I’ve figured out a few things that really make a difference.