When my oldest turned 9 and we began to struggle to get along, I thought back to when I was her age and tried to remember what I felt then. And then I began to consciously tell her my stories.
Consider what your end goal for this holiday season is. Write it down, and start working backwards!
Remembering those who gave their lives for our freedom. In teaching our children values and doing our best to give back we can do both as we remember those who have fought for our freedom. I have provided several ideas below to assist you with helping this month to be one of […]
I want to give my teenagers a voice of encouragement that, yes, they can do things on their own!
In a month when we try extra hard to remember to be grateful, here are three moms’ ideas for how and why gratitude itself actually blesses our lives.
I’ve gotten in my own way, losing out on opportunities to achieve goals or move toward becoming the woman and mom I want to be. So how did I get to the land of body love? It’s taken time, effort, and learning to live by a new set of ABC’s.
Do you ever make long, complicated lists and expect yourself to accomplish EVERYTHING? I learned (the hard way) that it’s much better to learn the art of renegotiation.
Take a moment to check in with yourself. How are you feeling? I know how it goes. You over-plan, over-schedule, and over-commit. Here are five ways that have helped me feel amazing despite my busy life, and they can help you, too.
How does a deliberate mother celebrate Halloween? Here are three moms’ ideas about how to bring in the fun and scare out the frightful!
I’m trying to stop assigning chores at the first sign of a break. I’m trying to stop myself from correcting my kids if they aren’t doing anything terribly wrong. I’m trying to let them just do their thang.
I would ask myself, “But how? How can I make it every day with pain that is so deep and dark? How do I keep going?” I soon realized I did not have to take it day by day. I could simply do minute by minute, slowly working through the cycle of grief while holding onto hope for a better tomorrow.
Do you ever find yourself feeling overwhelmed and going through obligatory motions for the sake of keeping tradition? Would you like to free yourself from this trap or prevent yourself from falling in all together? If so, I suggest the following three solutions: simplify, delegate, and establish boundaries.