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Posts in the "Your Time" category:
Bossing My Motherhood
Ever had someone move into your space and then proceed to tell you how to run your show? Who does that? Even worse, who does that in motherhood? Author Rachel Hixon explores the in’s and out’s of “bossing my motherhood.”
What is My Purpose?
Imagine living your life with greater purpose. Imagine not just being busy, but moving forward toward things that excite you; living a life of meaning and fulfillment. We do this by living our purpose—what we bring to the world. But our purpose has to extend beyond our roles and responsibilities.
The Cost of Joy
The cost of joy is work. So much work. The cost of joy is vulnerability, willingness, consistency, sacrifice, forgiveness, gratitude… all of that on top of the physical reality of life: jobs, chores, illness, finances, etc. And yet joy itself is so accessible and so very simple.
Prioritizing: Having It All, Just Not All At Once
It’s an amazing thing to be a mother in the 21st century. We really can “have it all” if we so choose: a family, a career, and the enjoyment of personal pursuits. But if we aren’t careful, we may end up more frazzled than fulfilled.
How to Most Effectively Plan Your Year
I’m standing in the kitchen surrounded by sounds of children playing. My mind is running a million miles an hour with ideas, goals, and projects. I clearly have a window of opportunity, but I stand paralyzed, unsure of what to do first. Sound familiar? That used to be my reality.
Stress-free Holidays are Possible
Consider what your end goal for this holiday season is. Write it down, and start working backwards!
Will My Teenager Be Ready for Adulthood?
I want to give my teenagers a voice of encouragement that, yes, they can do things on their own!
Traditions Stressing You Out? Try These 3 Tips
Do you ever find yourself feeling overwhelmed and going through obligatory motions for the sake of keeping tradition? Would you like to free yourself from this trap or prevent yourself from falling in all together? If so, I suggest the following three solutions: simplify, delegate, and establish boundaries.
Audio Post: Learning Day By Day | Filling My Moments | Back To Work [Season 4: Episode 14]
It may seem like every moment of our days are filled with mom-duties, but the truth is that there are little pockets of time (or more, depending on your season of mothering) that you can claim all for yourself. And then when you do have a few minutes for you, what do you deliberately do with them? Here are three moms’ ideas for how to wisely use that mom-time.
How to Make Time for Mom Every Single Day
A visit to the doctor told me that my stress was affecting my health. I realized that I had to do something to get some much needed time for myself. It wasn’t always long, but I consistently started to do something for myself every day.
Intentionally Filling My Newfound Moments
As my kids have gotten older, I have more free moments in my life. I have looked forward to these moments for years and want to fill them intentionally. Here are some of the things I have chosen to do with these small spaces in my day.
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