Do you feel like you have too much to do? Do you feel as if you are always running from one appointment or activity to another? Do you wonder when you will really get to "see" you spouse and kids and actually talk? Many families feel the press and stress of busy-ness. There seems to … Continue reading Managing Family Schedules
From the moment you found out you were pregnant, your daydreams were consumed with how amazing it will be to finally hold your little angel in your arms. But, as you near the end of your pregnancy, you also begin to fantasize about what it will be like to have your body (mostly) back. Now … Continue reading Feel Like YOU Again — Easy Style for the New Mom
I do not particularly enjoy cleaning, but I DO like to have a clean house. Everyone’s home is different. You may be a single person who lives alone. You may be married, but you and your spouse both work outside the home. You may be a stay-at-home parent with several children that you home school. … Continue reading Developing a Cleaning Routine
How I manage my home matters. How I live my life matters. It matters because how I live my life is who I am. It reveals what is important to me, who is important to me, what my goals are for my life. In big ways and in little ways, everything I do matters because … Continue reading Being a Blessing
I talk a lot about simple ways to make managing your home easier. But why does it matter? Every home is managed, either well or poorly (or somewhere in between). It matters because how well we managed our homes (or how poorly we manage our homes) spills over into the rest of life. It matters … Continue reading Home Management: Why Does It Matter?
We often hear about multi-tasking: how to get more done by doing multiple things at once. We also often hear the jokes about women being better at multi-tasking than men, or that some people can and some cannot. However, none of us can really multi-task! Some of us just switch from activity to activity and … Continue reading Try Mono-Tasking, Even with Kids
We are creatures of habit, and because we are creatures of habit, the quality of our lives is simply the quality of our habits.