When I first became a stay at home mom, I had a hard time staying focused and getting things done each day. Maybe you struggle with time management as a mom too. Can you relate to this? I found myself never really accomplishing one task. Instead, I would jump around from one thing to the
Your kids are the most important part of your job as a homemaker, yet coming up with ways to spend quality time with your kids is sometimes hard to do. You get busy rushing from one errand to another, meeting a friend, or going to an event. Then when you are home you catch up
It wasn’t until I became pregnant that I learned how to simplify my life and in turn my motherhood. Right before Christmas 2013, I was pregnant and just getting over hyperemesis gravedarium. It was my first pregnancy, and I was exhausted from being so sick. That Christmas I only put up about one-third of my
“The homemaker has the ultimate career. All other careers exist for one purpose only – and that is to support the ultimate career. ” ― C.S. Lewis Do you believe that you have the ultimate career? Let me be honest, when I am cleaning pee off the side of the bathroom trash can, I certainly don’t
As I talk to other women, I hear the same thing over and over. Motherhood is overwhelming. They are exhausted. How are they suppose to keep a clean and tidy house along with getting supper on the table and then still have time to spend with their husbands and kids, let alone have time for
Is there something that you are afraid of doing? Something that is holding you back from accomplishing a goal or being the person you want to be. If you have ever tried to do something and then failed, you probably told yourself that you were no good and may have even given up trying again.
I have an embarrassing story to tell you. So here it goes… The Monday before Thanksgiving, I decided to run to the grocery store to catch some Buy One Get One Free deals at Publix. My goal was to get there early enough in the morning in order to avoid the rush that was sure