Perhaps a degree is on your “someday” list but seems impossible during your stage of motherhood. These tips will help you see that this doesn’t have to be the case.
Does outer order contribute to inner calm? We were thrilled to have Gretchen Rubin on Power of Moms Radio to discuss this idea in depth! She shares some new perspectives and insight on how to achieve inner calm with easy, practical steps.
The new school year is just around the corner, and if you already cringing at the thought of your countertops overrun with projects and papers, today’s podcast is here to help!
“You get what you get, and you don’t throw a fit.” Have you ever said this to your child? Have you ever said it to yourself? Author Tomie Day Bankhead explains how this simple, childhood lesson can help us accept the disappointments of life and become more optimistic, positive mothers.
In today’s podcast, Rachel Nielson reads four of her Power of Moms articles for you. You won’t want to miss this!
This tender picture book about a mother’s struggle with depression is exactly what the deliberate mom needs to understand and explain mental illness to those she loves.
Prepare your children for the tricks of potential abusers and abductors with these three strategies: teach, ask questions, and practice.
In this week’s encore radio show, Saren and April discuss some of their own experiences handling sibling rivalry (some that work, some that don’t!). They talk about when to ignore the arguing, which discipline strategies work best for them, and where they go for additional answers.
Every family has its own way of adding value to the world and bringing in the money, and sacrifice is normally a factor in the equation. Each situation has its highs and lows. Remember that you and your spouse are team players and you each bring different skills to the playing field.
Learning to live in the present and appreciate the now is not as easy as it sounds. In the past, I’ve described myself as a frustrated perfectionist who is constantly vacillating between my desire to get things done and my desire to enjoy the moment before it’s gone. These are the things that have helped me (at times) to do just that.
In this podcast, April and Eric Perry share a few simple ideas for setting up systems that can help families make progress on their goals while strengthening family relationships.
Whatever stage you’re in, it’s hard, and there are a lot of things to hate. But we’re not going to talk about those things right now. We’re going to focus on the things we love.