Ready to make your home look great? This complimentary kit will take you through the process step by step.
Can you really get in shape by eating MORE and exercising LESS? If you're tired of doing math at the dinner table and/or starving yourself in order to lose weight, this podcast is for you.
As much as we would like to bury our heads in the sand and pretend that pornography isn’t an issue, that’s simply not an option for deliberate mothers. But there’s great news! Teaching and protecting our children has never been more doable. Listen to this powerful, inspiring podcast with Kristen Jenson, author of Good Pictures...
Motherhood offers so many wonderful things right alongside so many hard things. Every so often, it's nice to step back and create a "snapshot" of what we love about motherhood and what is really challenging for us.
Communication is more than just the act of listening. See what this mother learned about real communication and how it has helped her parent more effectively.
We might believe that we're encouraging our children to be who and what they want to be, but we probably also assume our children will naturally follow in our footsteps. Is this assumption preventing us from having close, connected relationships with our children?
So often we use our instincts to respond to the needs of our children. We go with our gut. But what if our gut is wrong? Amanda Hamilton Roos shares her discovery of what really matters when instincts lead you astray.
Family fun doesn’t need to be about complicated decorations or wearing ourselves out with dozens of events. But with a little bit of planning and a deliberate-motherhood mindset, this fall is destined to be the best one yet!
Joani Geltman's Survival Guide covers 80 known problems that parents are likely to encounter while raising teenagers. She draws on her large pool of experience to give parents short and effective, valuable, and even fun-loving solutions that will help them understand and communicate better with their teens.
Even though current financial gurus advice otherwise, Amanda Hamilton Roos is not paying her children an allowance, at least for now. Why? She believes the lessons they would learn from getting an allowance or being paid to do household chores are more damaging than the potential gains in financial literacy.
Do you find yourself buying lots of food that you'd really rather not have in the house? Here's how my 14-year-old helped me to eliminate the "junk," stick to my budget, and keep her siblings happy in the process.
Are you going through a difficult challenge right now? Something you wish would go away? Here's a question that has changed my perspective...and my life.
I have to admit, when I first looked at this book, I thought, “What do you need to write a whole book about this for? You just teach your kids to say ‘thank you’.” But after I spent some time with the book, I realized there was a lot more to this gratitude thing.