In this podcast Desiree Ward talks about how she has implemented daily quiet time with her children. April and Desi share their top tips for making quiet time a success for you and your children! For more ideas on creating a special quiet time at your house check out April’s original post, Mommy’s Quiet Time […]
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Rachel Ramsey Cruze is back to POM Radio to talk about her brand new book, Love Your Life, Not Theirs. In this age of constantly comparing ourselves to other people and feeling like we never have enough resources to compete with the rest of the world, this book is a fantastic reminder of core principles and […]
Ever feel like there is WAY too much to do in a day? Could you use more sleep? More quiet time? More focus? Then you will not want to miss this powerful discussion with Greg McKeown, author of the phenomenal book, “Essentialism” and April Perry. (You’ll immediately feel relief!)
What do you do when your best-laid plans as a mother just don’t work out?
Allyson was going to write an article about the chore chart that saved her sanity. But the truth is, the her house is a mess right now. Which led her to decide she’s done with the house shaming. You’ve heard of body shaming? Well, she’s coining the phrase “House Shaming”.
For moms who are struggling to put their spouse first, a reflective piece from a mother who has been there.
The truth is, as much as we think kids are controlling our lives, they often feel the exact opposite. Finding simple ways of letting kids assert some control will allow them to feel good about their choices instead of looking for ways to get more power.
Ever feel like you’re going in 1000 different directions but never getting anywhere? Join Tiffany and April as they discuss their biggest takeaways from the book “Essentialism” by Greg McKeown.
No one will ever write a feature about my eleven-hundred square foot dwelling, home to thirty thousand Legos. But what if they did? What if an editor who was determined to keep it real paid a visit to my very lived-in house? What would the article say?
Ever feel like you move from one task to the next, but never actually get the most important things done? We’ve been there, too. Join our conversation on how to reverse this . . . even as a busy mother.
Why are we so busy? What good does it do? We used to rush from school and work and soccer practice to piano practice to the drive-through again for dinner to homework to collapse into bed and do the same thing the next day. I decided something had to change.
Are we so focused on creating the perfect memory to share with our children that we miss the special daily moments? Author Bethany Struthers shares how our best mothering memories will be created from real life as we exercise some patience and shift our priorities.