How do you define balance? Does balance look like a scale to you, where every aspect of your life gets the same amount of time and energy? Or does balance look like a baseball field where you're trying to run around the diamond fast enough to touch each base? These are common “myths” that we...
There is a delicate balance between getting things done and taking time to enjoy the little things that make life grand. How fleeting these moments are! I let one slip by and sure enough, my heart broke.
All mothers would agree that life is a juggling act with shifting roles, responsibilities, and even realities. Find out what this mother learned at work and applied to her mothering that made all the difference.
My definition of balance is more a feeling that I am doing the best I can in each area of my life at any given moment. Because honestly, when you try to get all of items on the top of this equation to equal balance, not everything is going to run smoothly.
I've got a question burning inside me for all the moms out there: How do you stop trying to do too much? In spite of all I do to be an organized, balanced, happy mother, I am still trying to do too much, and I don't know how to stop.
Are you a single parent who feels like no one is one the other side of the teeter-totter to balance you out? Join author Christina J. Robert as she shares eight strategies for all mothers to maintain balance in both their personal and family lives.
Every day requires constant decision-making . . . clean up the mess or enjoy the children? Here are three guiding principles that continually set me straight.
Everyone told me that my life would never be the same after my son was born. I knew they were right, but I had no idea the extent to which my life would be turned upside down! As one of millions of working mothers, I struggle daily with the pull between what I love to...
Motherhood is like a three-ring circus. You are the juggler, the lion tamer, and the clown. But the one act mothers do over and over again is the tightrope walker. Today’s post is the second, in a four-part series, from The Power of Moms author Amanda Hamilton Roos, on balance.
Yes, these are rocks — but not just any rocks. They're balanced rocks. My family stood for 20 minutes and watched a man slowly and carefully transform rocks into perfectly-balanced works of art. It was breathtaking.
Motherhood is like a three-ring circus. You are the juggler, the lion tamer, and the clown.But the one act mothers do over and over again is the tightrope walker. Today’s post is the first, in a four-part series, from The Power of Moms author Amanda Hamilton Roos, on balance.
I went to visit a mother the other day who is going through ten times as many challenges as I am. As we spoke she said, "I know I won't be challenged beyond what I can bear, but I feel so maxxed out. How am I going to get through this?"