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Priorities
A que te dedicas?

A que te dedicas?

When we think of motherhood as a job, as something we “do,” we begin to limit it. I’m not “doing” things all the time or “creating” children. I’m dedicating myself to creating a family, of which I am a part.
How Moms Can Go "Back to School" Too

How Moms Can Go “Back to School” Too

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!
The Baseboard Dilemma

The Baseboard Dilemma

Does a never-ending to-do list nag on your mind? Do you feel guilt, or even agitation, when voices call you away from your tasks? Sometimes it’s in the battle of “The Baseboard Dilemma” we find the parenting truths we are looking for.
Introduction to The Power of Priorities

Introduction to The Power of Priorities

During the month of August, our top priority will be helping mothers figure out their top priorities.
Should We Prioritize Excellence?

Should We Prioritize Excellence?

A few months ago, I took my children to an amazing concert and watched children perform amazing feats with their instruments. It was breathtaking to see these small people execute extremely difficult music. Then I wondered, do I have a gifted musician in my family?
Popcorn Days

Popcorn Days

Have you ever had one of those days when the house is a mess, the kids are sick, and a friend comes over unexpectedly to witness the chaos? Author Jennifer Brimhall shares how she has learned to keep perspective and be gentle with herself on those popcorn days.
"Murder your Darlings": Applying Writing Advice to Motherhood

“Murder your Darlings”: Applying Writing Advice to Motherhood

Allyson Reynolds is talking metaphorically here. The phrase comes from a professor of English--the idea is to write objectively and avoid getting so lost in love with your favorite words, phrases, or ideas that you can’t “murder” them for the sake of creating something more succinctly wonderful. Now Allyson's applying it to motherhood (again, metaphorically)....
How Can a Busy Mom Stay Focused? - Episode 53

How Can a Busy Mom Stay Focused? – Episode 53

Ever feel like you move from one task to the next, but never actually get the most important things done? We've been there, too. Join our conversation on how to reverse this . . . even as a busy mother.
Picture Story: The Touch of a Tiny Hand

Picture Story: The Touch of a Tiny Hand

During one of Alex’s first feedings of the day, he suddenly stopped eating and started looking around the room. I felt very frustrated, thinking, “Great! Now it will take him longer to eat, which means he will nap later, which means...” and there I went, spiraling downward in thoughts of how this small delay was...
The Moment That Changed My Life & It Can Change Yours

The Moment That Changed My Life & It Can Change Yours

Is your life out of sync with your priorities? I guarantee that if you take action to make what matters most to you central to how you manage your life, the results will change your life for the better and you’ll be stronger and happier for it.
My Personal American Idol

My Personal American Idol

My little boy loves to sing, but sometimes I am not the best audience. This experience helped me to understand what a lucky mom I am!
What Pulls Me Apart Holds Me Together

What Pulls Me Apart Holds Me Together

Many of us struggle with the many demands of work and motherhood. How do we keep it all together? How do we figure out what is the most important thing at the moment? Join author Angie Mizzell as she describes her experience in how sometimes our priorities can make themselves very clear.