Do you sometimes wonder where “the old you” went? Looking for ways to replenish this year? Here are some great ideas!
Posts in the "Taking Care of You" category:
This article was originally published on December 31, 2013. I grew up thinking that the mandatory requirement of New Year’s Day was to create a long list of resolutions. So I did. And I still do. (Because it’s a habit…and because it’s fun.) But what I’ve come to learn over the past few years […]
How can you sum up motherhood in just a sentence? It’s impossible. It is so much more than what could be summarized in a bulleted list or job application. Motherhood is everything.
This book has empowered me with the knowledge and tools to become the person and mother that I want to be.
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 […]
Every relationship has age-appropriate boundaries. Recognizing and respecting those boundaries can heal your mother-daughter relationships.
Do you find yourself feeling tired, overwhelmed and unhealthy? Power of Moms dived into the archives and found three different moms who found easy and doable strategies for taking loving care of their bodies. These three audio posts focus on rest, ditching the diet plan, and moving your body doing fun things. Your body is your […]
As the school year starts, we help our children embrace new learning opportunities and friendships while helping them get organized and set up for success. Here are some simple ideas to help YOU enjoy more learning, friends and organization too!
Do you ever feel anxious, overwhelmed, or like you can BARELY hang on? This podcast–and the incredible books written by Dr. David Burns–will be a gift you give yourself…and your children.
The next time I’m offered a getaway, instead of complaining, I will make a paper chain and count the days! Yes, it is hard to leave, but distance from day-to-day life offers valuable gifts. Among them can be renewed appreciation for your life, the people in it, and even for yourself.
I had this feeling that you needed someone to take care of you today–and there are a few specific ideas that have touched my life powerfully this past week that I thought could help you, as well.
When I found myself running alone on a dark road without a headlamp, I realized the importance of having my own light—not only in running, but also in my everyday life.