This free e-book packs dozens of helpful organizational tips in bite-sized pieces. When you’re feeling frazzled and disorganized, it can be overwhelming to sit down and read a huge book on organizing. These simple suggestions can get you on the road to sanity quickly!
Meg Meeker is a pediatrician who, drawing on her experiences with patients’ mothers and other women in her life, has identified what makes happy mothers tick.
Filled with uplifting messages for each day of the month, When Motherhood Feels Too Hard is a powerful reminder of the divine role of mothers and the divine help they are entitled to. Through personal experiences, poems, scriptures and quotes, author Kelly Crawford offers mothers a spiritual lifeline for when it “feels too hard.”
Watch as Aubrey Degn uses some creativity and a lot of fun while teaching her children to empty the dishwasher and put away their toys.
How do you define balance? Does balance look like a scale to you, where every aspect of your life gets the same amount of time and energy? Or does balance look like a baseball field where you’re trying to run around the diamond fast enough to touch each base? These are common “myths” that we have about balance and this book introduces a new view: balancing as opposed to balanced.
Just in time for Father’s Day, we’re giving one lucky reader a copy of Treion Muller’s book, Dad Rules!
Ann Pleshette Murphy was the editor-in-chief of Parents magazine for ten years. Drawing on her own experience, that of other mothers, and experts’ advice, Murphy provides a funny, relate-able guide to motherhood.
Do you ever find yourself knowing what the destination is, but are not exactly sure how to make it there? Author, Aubrey Degn, discovered finding a personal mission statement has changed her perceptions and intentions as a mother.
WhattoExpect.com was kind enough to send us this series to review and they will also give all three books to two lucky POM readers! Giveaway details at the end of the article.
In No Biking in the House Without a Helmet, Greene reflects on her journey to adoption, raising children (both biological and adoptive) and what it means to be a family.
This novel is historical fiction, and it helped me realize how fortunate I am and how important it is to use my free time wisely. The other thing that really hit me after reading this was the impact of a mother’s love.
Corn on the cob for a mid-afternoon snack? I would never have thought of that. In this book there are plenty of easy and helpful tips for a well-fed, slimmer, and happier you.