At New Years, we hear a lot about goal setting. But before we start planning all the ways we’re going to make this next year fabulous, we need to create some space in our lives. (Because a cluttered house, a crazy schedule, and a frenzied mind are not helpful when it comes to successful goals […]
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It’s exciting and empowering to discover that saying no doesn’t have to leave me feeling guilty, and saying yes doesn’t need to deplete me.
There is great value in mothering, but I mustn’t wait for my daughter to be out of the house to take care of me. Before there was a mother, there was a woman.
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!
Here’s a simple way to connect ourselves to God each morning before launching into our daily task list.
Need some great tips for helping your family stay screen-free this week? Here’s a link to a past page for some great information and resources to help you accomplish that and get reconnected in real ways: Join Us for Screen-Free Week
Wish your little ones helped out more around the house? Linda Fogg-Phillips of Tiny Habits® Academy may have the answer you’ve been looking for. Studies show that children develop lifelong habits breathtakingly early, and this article shares great ideas for how to get your toddlers on board.
Ever feel like there is WAY too much to do in a day? Could you use more sleep? More quiet time? More focus? Then you will not want to miss this powerful discussion with Greg McKeown, author of the phenomenal book, “Essentialism” and April Perry. (You’ll immediately feel relief!)
When I asked my five-year-old how we could improve the transition of our new baby into our family, I was surprised by his thoughtful response.
I prioritize family dinner because I want to have a space in the day when my family can come together and be nourished both physically and emotionally. It’s rarely calm and controlled, never clean or quiet, but I’m happy to say that, for the most part, my dinnertime plan is working–for everyone. Here’s how it goes down at my house.
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.