Do you ever make long, complicated lists and expect yourself to accomplish EVERYTHING? I learned (the hard way) that it’s much better to learn the art of renegotiation.
Posts in the "Your Brain" category:
Telling our stories helps us to diffuse the past as we process and release our emotions about our experiences. Then, when we find ourselves in a stressful situation with our children, we can bring ourselves back to emotional equilibrium and think clearly about how to respond.
Is it really that complicated? As moms, there are simple things we really need to do each day to keep our heads above water.
What can podcasts do for mothers? Join April and John Lee Dumas as they discuss what podcasts can do for you and how to live your purpose.
Would you like some practical ideas to help you live a life that focuses better on the things you care about the most? Join Saren Eyre Loosli, April Perry, Allyson Reynolds, and Kelly King Anderson in a fun Learning Circle-type discussion about how they pick their priorities (or at least how they’re trying…).
This article was originally published on April 27, 2011. I’ve always loved organizing tips. It’s fun to learn new ways to sort, process, and complete tasks and projects, but once I became a mother, nearly every piece of organizing advice I received left me feeling frustrated. What worked for most people simply didn’t work for […]
With the holidays right around the corner, Saren and April offer great ideas to help you figure out what events and activities are most important for YOUR family and plan how to get things done in an efficient and stress-free way.
We want to make changes and improvements in our lives, but sometimes it feels like there are either WAY too many changes to make–or the changes themselves feel too big. Not anymore! Enter “Tiny Habits for Moms,” a simple, amazing process that will make positive changes practically effortless.
Just as the seasons are in a constant cycle of change, so are our lives. Each stage of motherhood from the baby years to the teenage years comes with its own set of joys and challenges.
If we come from dysfunction, at some point in our lives we must become our own loving parent. We must listen to the voice within—for it is in that voice that we are able to change negative cycles.
Ever wished you could stop a productive, happy mom in her tracks and ask her how she does it? That’s today’s episode of Power of Moms Radio with Chantol Sego.
House is messy, you feel crazy. House is clean, you feel calm. True? Not true? How is outer order related to our emotions? Join April Perry and Gretchen Rubin in this fun conversation that will give you powerful ideas and practical tips to consider in journey of deliberate motherhood.