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Knee surgery forced Alllyson Reynolds to spend an extended time on bed rest. Amazingly, her family survived! And she gained three valuable insights about her family, her time, and her heart.
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 all know we should eat more vegetables. But how do we actually do it? This podcast offers simple, kid-tested ways to make veggies a more serious component of your family’s diet.
In this podcast, Rachel Nielson shares concrete strategies for breaking the cycle of unhealthy stress, negative self-talk, and resulting bad habits in your life.
Something big happened to me this week. Something . . .transformational. My youngest child started school.
When I’m swimming laps, quitting in the middle just isn’t an option–especially as I swim in deep water. The same is true for motherhood, but it’s not sink or swim. Here are the lessons I learned from the lap pool.
So much pressure exists for kids to be perfect at everything. My experience with an eating disorder has made me certain that our kids need to hear this instead: Do your best, be kind, give back, make healthy choices, embrace what makes you different. You are powerful. You make a difference. You are enough.
A couple weeks ago I realized that my opinion of my body has almost nothing to do with how it looks and almost everything to do with how I am treating it. Here’s my simple plan for a healthier lifestyle as opposed to a crash diet over the summer.
Stephanie Sprenger and Jessica Smock have never met one another face to face, but that did not stop them from building a powerful friendship and publishing a book about how mothers can create lasting friendships.
Do you ever get to the end of the day and wonder if you’re a motherhood “success”? Join April and Saren in this heart-to-heart conversation about defining success, enjoying the process, and recognizing that deliberate mothers ARE enough.
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.