This post is about the 5 simple morning routine habits every stay at home mom should incorporate into her morning.
I’m not going to tell you why you need to wake up before your kids, although I’ll talk a teeny tiny bit about that at the end. Because here’s the thing. You probably already know that you need to get up before your children, and may even feel a bit guilty that you don’t. Let
I haven’t always felt like the Queen of my Household. I’ve been married for 10 and a half years now, and for the first six years of my marriage, taking care of my home felt like a burden. In fact when I was first married I despised taking care of my home. I often complained
If you are a stay at home mom with depression, can I offer you a virtual hug. Because I’ve been there. I’ve cried the tears no one else has seen. I’ve felt completely lonely yet wanted my own space. I was overwhelmed with it all but also underwhelmed and disappointed. But it didn’t stay that
Ready or not, Christmas is coming and when you have kids, that means toys! Toys from grandparents, aunts and uncles, friends. There are just so many! And you know, it’s a lot of fun. We don’t tell our family and friends not to get our kids toys because they enjoy giving our kids toys and
There’s a lot of talk about living a clutter free life and getting the clutter out your homes which is important. Decluttering is a continual process because our seasons of life change. What was useful to you this year may become clutter next year if it no longer serves a purpose in your home and
Christmas is supposed to be the most wonderful time of year, but it can often feel like the most stressful time of year! I used to get super stressed out at Christmas time even before having kids! But 5 years ago, I accidentally learned how to reduce Christmas stress. I was just getting over hypermesis