Ever wondered how to broaden your children’s horizons and help them contribute to the larger world? This interview with Saren (who just got back from a family trip to Europe!) will spark some great new ideas.
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Would you like an hour or so of quiet time each day to nap, complete a project, read, exercise, or do something else that is important to you while your children are happily occupied, doing their own thing? Yes, your life is most likely complicated, and every idea featured in the podcast below might not […]
At a recent Power of Moms Retreat, Saydi Shumway (a social worker and professional photographer), presented important research about happiness as well as simple but very effective ways to find greater joy in motherhood. In this episode, Saydi shares the main points from her presentation.
Ever feel like your life consists of one chaotic event after another? Here are four practical tips to help you remember how important you really are.
Ever feel like you simply need a break? Do you feel guilty if you sit down to rest at night…especially if there are still dishes in the sink? This wise post by Pricilla Dickinson has really resonated with our Power of Moms community, and April and Saren are excited to talk about it…and share some of their own stories.
Should you take that assignment to school that your child left at home? Should you pick them up from school whey they say they feel sick when their sickness seems highly dubious? It’s such a challenge to figure out when we’re crossing the line from showing compassion for our children to coddling and enabling them!
Saren interviews online learning expert, Heather Clayton Staker, about how we can help our children more fully reap the benefits of the vast online learning opportunities now available.
Ever feel like you “don’t compare” to the other moms on social media? You’ll love this sweet, powerful message that has been loved by millions worldwide.
In this episode, Saren reads a post she wrote back when her oldest child was just entering the teenage years as well as a very honest post she just wrote about what she’s currently learning and struggling to understand about teens now that her oldest is 15.
Join the international bestselling author of Getting Things Done® as he announces the release of his newly-revised book–and offers hope, support, and practical how-tos for deliberate mothers everywhere.
In this week’s Radio Show, Saren talks with her two teenage sons about cell phones. They discuss how to enjoy the benefits of phones and technology while avoiding the drawbacks and share some points from their family’s “Technology Contract.”
Is your life full of situations that drive you crazy or cause you stress? Join April Perry as we explore the possibility that our challenges actually make incredible things possible.