What does mom want for Christmas? Here’s a handy gift guide for moms, complete with what TO get and what NOT to get. Don’t forget to get mom a gift!
Do you have holiday traditions? Read more for a round up of twists on your family traditions, or maybe find a new one for this Christmas.
There are just a few weeks left till Christmas!! The store displays are going up (they went up in August!!) and soon you’ll be hearing the cheery sounds of Christmas music. The parade times are being announced, and everyone is planning for the concerts, plays and pageants. I don’t know…
Is your holiday season amazing or stressed out? Make it easier with these holiday hacks. These little tricks are sure to brighten up your festive fun.
Thankful for the Hard Times? How can you be thankful for painful and difficult periods in life? But there’s beauty in the hard times, and I’m grateful.
How do you get things done, if you have a houseful of small kids? From a single mom of 6, here’s some simple tricks to get things done!
What is deschooling? Deschooling is a process of transitioning from institutional school – whether public, private or church school – to a homeschool environment. The way we traditionally think of “school” is very regimented, with schedules; separated subjects; special rooms, desks and tools; textbooks; and a teacher lecturing students who…
Find the time for self-care when you don’t have time to breathe! Guest posting over at Seeking Simple Life, here’s how to take better care of yourself.
Do you have CHAOS? Can’t have anyone over syndrome? Clean up for guests in 20 minutes or less, with these 4 great tips from a single mom of six.
“In Kindergarten, we share everything!” The Robert Munsch book, “We Share Everything”, talks about teaching two little kindergarten students how to share. By the end of the book, the teacher is stunned at how well the children learned to share — they share their clothes! While you want to teach your…