Somewhere along the line, adoption has become associated with the myth of ‘love at first sight.’ I surely cannot say that no one feels this, but I can say that not everyone does, and not everyone has to. Because the truth is, love is a thing that grows.
This 20-minute podcast by Saren, her mom, and her sisters, Saydi, Shawni and Charity, offers simple, meaningful ideas for creating a wonderful Thanksgiving season.
With the holidays right around the corner, Saren and April offer great ideas to help you figure out what events and activities are most important for YOUR family and plan how to get things done in an efficient and stress-free way.
In this week’s Radio Show, April and Saren share simple tried-and-true ideas for making gratitude and optimism a more prevalent part of our lives and our children’s lives.
Join April and Mystie as they discuss how to organize for homeschooling success.
How does a deliberate mother handle Halloween? Here are some of our previous posts to help you prioritize your efforts this season.
It’s 7:00 a.m. Your hair is a mess; your house is a mess. Your breath is bad–but your attitude is even worse. Is there any way to turn this morning around? Crystal Paine of the website Money Saving Mom has ten suggestions for small but very effective things that a mom can do if she wakes up feeling like a grouch.
It’s not a big deal to go to the doctor if you have a sore throat. But what do you do if your MIND is struggling? How do you cope when you feel stressed beyond what’s normal? This comforting conversation with Carmen and April is a great place to start.
If someone you love is struggling and you need to encourage them quickly–powerfully–what do you say? If you could choose only five words to deliver in that moment of need, what would they be? Christy Wright, a speaker, business coach, writer, and mother, has the answer.
Have you noticed that pretty much every profession out there has its professional development conference where people can get inspiration and ideas to help them excel in their chosen field? Well, the Mom Conference is the professional development conference for deliberate mothers! The conference is in full swing and moms are LOVING it! If you […]
Motherhood isn’t easy, and there are thousands of details that need to be managed every day. But what if there were some simple strategies you could implement into your life that would help you see progress–real progress–on a regular basis? Listen and learn!
Have you, or has someone you love, ever experienced a miscarriage? In a poignant, beautiful essay, author Laura Fanucci reflects on the seasons of grief that she experienced after her own loss and extends her heart to any woman who has lost a child.