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
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.
Are you ever baffled by your child’s obsession with screens, phones, or video games? Dawn Wessman models a child-lead discussion that eliminated battles, improved her son’s mood, increased learning and activity level, as well as deepened their relationship.
You mean my teenager wants me to stand behind what I say?
What details of your life (frustrating or sweet) are only temporary? April Perry helps us to see how the little moments are helping us to build beautiful, long-lasting relationships.
Desperately looking for a few quiet moments to think? Is there spit up all over your last clean shirt? If we want to strengthen the next generation of mothers (and ourselves), the details of our challenges can’t be forgotten. Here are some ideas to help.
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.
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.
When I read this book, I was in a pretty good place in my marriage. But it was a really good wake up call to examine my words, my actions and even my thoughts as I try to love and respect my husband the way I truly want to.
In this week’s episode, Saren talks with Josie Lauritsen, Founder of Go Jane Give, about easy ways we can use our talents and interests to make fun and meaningful contributions to the causes that call out to our hearts.
Not all boys fit into the mold society creates for them, in which sports reign supreme. And that’s OK. The self-worth gained from a parent who says to their son “You are enough” is valuable beyond measure.
When I was younger, my dream was to be a mom. I envisioned myself married, having four kids (two boys and two girls, of course) and wearing scarves on my head (hey, I was born in the 70’s!) while driving everyone around to Little League.