Editor’s Note from April Perry: Kathryn Thompson wrote a viral blog post called “Drops of Awesome” a few years ago that struck a chord with moms all over the world with ideas like this: You’re volunteering at the school? Woopty freakin’ doo! You know you picked the easiest assignment this year because you’re too concerned […]
With a straightforward tone that is both reassuring and inspiring, Rubin reassures us that with focus and dedication, finding greater happiness is totally achievable.
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?
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’m all for moms having the opportunity to excel in areas outside the home, but this experience taught me that I am valued the most by the ones who call me Mom.
Being a mom and being with children can be fun, at least some of the time. But I’ve had a a few experiences lately that have shown me the value of pure fun, just for myself.
I was attending my first Power of Moms Retreat! Would I find answers to the question:Why am I a mean mom and what can I do to stop? The idea hit my mind. The idea was this: I’m not mean. I’m stressed! This discovery has helped changed my life.
It’s way too easy to forget that moms are people. This week’s Power of Moms Radio show will walk you through three simple steps for getting back on track.
Do you ever feel like you’re in a tunnel, and life as a mother just feels dark, low, and uncertain? Here are my very best ideas for making those tunnels into refining moments that are full of light.
Ever feel like you’re spread too thin? Join April and Saren (and our community of deliberate mothers) who share their best ideas for discovering and living by that deeper YES.
In viewing myself as a dandelion, I was able to understand my own position as a mother and the choices that I am able to make.
Are you outlasting the challenges of motherhood? Or is your endurance in need of some work? As mothers, we need to remember that we are built for the long haul—to outlast the hard moments, days, weeks, and years we have before us. We are built to last.