There is no question that technology is now a huge part of most of our lives. How this technology intersects with our mothering is worth thinking about, to be certain that we are being deliberate in using it. Here are three moms perspectives on how technology has impacted them and their families, and what they are choosing to do about it.
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What should we do if we or our loved ones are spending too much time on our devices? In this audio post, Andrea Davis shares five strategies to help our families fight technology addiction. Listen in for some practical ideas that can help!
I recently got out of a rut. I’d been feeling tired, frustrated, and ready to “give up” in some ways. (Have you been there?) Here are three questions that helped. We each have a unique mission, and it’s time to BE who we are.
Come join us in our free workshop, co-sponsored with LearnDoBecome, to help you get ready for the holidays without the stress!
Here are three powerful posts from members of our Power of Moms community–sure to leave you feeling uplifted, confident, and ready to make some important improvements to your current family life!
We have three fantastic posts from members of our community that we know you will enjoy. Becky Fawcett gives beautiful perspective on our influence as a mother, Michelle Jensen’s post reminds us the greatest way to teach our children kindness, and Julie Louisson gives some practical and helpful reminders about the value of play. Enjoy! […]
Today we’re presenting three great posts from deliberate mothers in our community who have a LOT of wisdom to share!
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.
As school gets back in session, we’ve prepared three videos to help your child see that organizing can be fun and easy!
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!