There are moments in life that you sink in and savor and others that you know it is time to get up and go. Excited for what God has in store but also anxiously waiting for things to settle down again. There are moments in life where you take your foot off of the pedal… Continue reading It is not goodbye, but see you later…
The third and final part of my How To Organize your Kids Series is all about their stuff! I use the SAME process I discussed in my How To Organize Clutter post. (If you want more details check out my previous post) 1st: Define the problem area (kids playroom, their bedrooms, school work, or art… Continue reading How to Organize your kids Stuff!
I just recently read a new study that says it takes anywhere from 18 days to 254 days to create a new habit. Here is the moral of this story, everyone is different! Our personalities and external circumstances can impact how quickly a behavior is changed and a new habit is formed. Ultimately, it takes… Continue reading Practical Tip of the Week
As a Christian we are told to read the Bible and to MEDITATE on what is written. When you meditate on truth it is transformative and your mind can experience revival. Amen. About a year ago I re-committed to doing devotional time every day. I started in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke & John) and… Continue reading LENT Me Be Honest
We have all heard the expression quality over quantity. Same concept works with our kids. The reality is whether you stay at home or work full time or part time, we have to fit a ridiculous amount of stuff into the day. So instead of worrying about the “when” plan it out. And when it… Continue reading Practical Tip of the Week
Aside from Jesus and taxes the only other guarantee in life is change. Especially when it comes to our kids and their schedule. Early on in my parenthood journey, and now, I found FREEDOM in my schedule. My ever changing and flexible schedule. When kids are sick, you are sick, your kid has an “off”… Continue reading How To Organize Your Kids Schedule
Sometimes life can feel lonely. It is easy to think of who is NOT there for you and what people are missing. If this is you today take some time to sit and write down all the people you DO HAVE as supports and as cheerleaders. Thank God for who he has blessed you with.
Whenever you get new clothes for yourself OR your kids get new toys, use this time to also go through the old and get rid of things. Whether you end up purging a few things, or a ton, this process can help you keep some of the clutter under control. If you maintain this process… Continue reading Practical Tip of the Week
The BIGGEST thing that I want to do at the start of this series is NORMALIZE the struggle of parenthood. Especially when you are just starting out. There are many battles. Including the isolation of being at home but then on the flip side, too overwhelmed to pack up and get out. Even though getting… Continue reading How to Organize Your life with Kids