In the midst of the country's pandemic, parents everywhere are affected by the closings of our schools. For many who are accustomed to sending their little beauties off to be taught by teachers for an 8 hour day, now find themselves Principal, kitchen staff, teacher and coach. Be not dismayed parents, help is on the … Continue reading Surviving Quarantine With Your Kids!
If you've ever been pregnant than you know what it's like to have a projected due date and what the anticipation is like for your newest arrival. Maybe family and friends have celebrated your unborn with surprise baby showers, gender reveal parties, or intimate family moments with just dad and the grandparents. You've decorated the … Continue reading Pregnant for Ten Years
Have you ever looked at a successful person and asked yourself "How are they able to get so much done?" Although we all have the same 24 hours, 1440 minutes and 86,400 seconds in a day, many of us spend over 15 hours of it in wasted, unplanned and unproductive time. The most successful people … Continue reading 10 Time Saving Principles for Working Moms
When your twelve-year-old asks to bake cookies and you already have your hands full with packing up leftovers and washing dishes after your dinner guests have left, you may opt to respond as I did by simply stating "You are old enough to read the directions and follow instructions. The butter is already soft and … Continue reading Mess or Master Piece?
As we move into 2018 I've spent some time in reflection and I've drawn a very specific conclusion; all of my failures have led up to this very moment in which I need to make a decision to either apply the lessons or go back through the cycle of those failures all over again. No-one typically … Continue reading Have You Checked Your Failure List?
Sometimes we can become so overwhelmed with the end results, which may or may not look as we would have desired. The choices that we make ultimately impact our ability to walk in the fullness of who we are and who we should become. As a single mom, I can look into the eyes of … Continue reading The Silent Disease of too Many!