I KNOW it sounds crazy. How on earth can washing dirty clothes and linens be a beautiful experience? And why would we even want it to be beautiful? Isn’t laundry mundane, dirty work that we should do everything in our power to avoid? Ahhh, I understand the angst associated with laundry. Truly. But today I want to change the way you do laundry. And it has nothing to do with the soap you use or the way you fold or how you set up your laundry schedule.
What will your kids actually remember about their childhood? As April sends her 18 year old daughter, Alia, off to college, she shares what actually mattered in the end.
In this audio post, April shares a strategy that has consistently helped her to manage what’s on her plate–and in the process, find more joy in her family.
We asked our community what they put on their walls–because the photos, words, and images that our families see on a daily basis impact us in powerful ways. Here’s what we learned!
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.
In today’s podcast, Rachel Nielson reads four of her Power of Moms articles for you. You won’t want to miss this!
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.
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.
In this week’s encore episode, Saren and April talk openly and honestly about some methods they’ve found to be really helpful when it comes to simmering down during situations that are about to boil over.
Here’s a fun encore podcast to help support our deliberate mothers this summer. Yes, there’s often a lot of “stuff” to do, but it’s totally possible to enjoy the process. Enjoy!
As mothers, we often feel taxed. And we wonder if we have the energy to keep going. And we don’t ALWAYS enjoy the moments. Today we’re sharing three audio posts to help you take care of yourself and find more joy along the way!
The power of Getting Things Done® is now available for teens! Join April and co-author of Getting Things Done® for Teens, Mike Williams, as they share ideas to help your teen learn to take control of their life in a distracting world.