Some People Excel At Google Calendar And Some Don’t – Which Back to School Mom Are You?

This week I finally realized that the rush of activity before the newest school year fits day is similar to the feelings many of us had leading up to picking out our New Years Resolutions in December 2020. Back to School is a time where all the disorganized or overwhelmed moms wish that they couldContinue reading “Some People Excel At Google Calendar And Some Don’t – Which Back to School Mom Are You?”

Life in Kindergarten — Social Skills

The series of posts I’m doing on this subject matter are expanded from an article I found called 10 Kindergarten Readiness Skills Your Child Needs from 2013. Despite the article being older, the areas it covers are still basic areas of study and behavior that should be paid attention to. As important as the academicContinue reading “Life in Kindergarten — Social Skills”

How to Be A Runner (Even If You Have Small Kids)

I know you’ve seen those mom’s and dads out running pushing a gaggle of kids or being stalked by a group of kids on bikes. No matter the age of your kids, you too can be a runner! Here are a few tips on how to get it done. Just Do It. Half the struggleContinue reading “How to Be A Runner (Even If You Have Small Kids)”

21 Summer Time Management Hacks for MomMes and Kids

Make a summer to do list with your kids to get an idea of the things your kids want to do this summer. Pick a time to plan out your week every week. Consistent is my word for this year and if you start a planning habit and revisit your plans consistently you can makeContinue reading “21 Summer Time Management Hacks for MomMes and Kids”

Summer Reading List For MomMe

In keeping with the categories of the blog posts I’m sharing on this site here are a few books to help you stay entertained and informed over the summer. Education The Dyslexic Advantage by Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide One Room School House by Sal Khan Entertainment Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman BigContinue reading “Summer Reading List For MomMe”

Life in Kindergarten — Cutting

Surprisingly enough cutting things with scissors is not a skill you instantly know how to do. It takes practice. Along with fine motor skills this is something children in the 3-5 year age group learn how to do. The series of posts I’m doing on this subject matter are expanded from an article I foundContinue reading “Life in Kindergarten — Cutting”

How to Organize A Time-Saving Reusable Grocery Shopping List

Meal planning and grocery shopping are the bane of my existence most weeks. The number one problem I have is that there are some very picky eaters in my family. As much as I seem to be able to plan, I almost always am coming up short. In my quest in 2021 to get everythingContinue reading “How to Organize A Time-Saving Reusable Grocery Shopping List”

Life in Kindergarten — Shapes and Colors

Introduction The series of posts I’m doing on this subject matter are expanded from an article I found called 10 Kindergarten Readiness Skills Your Child Needs from 2013.  Despite the article being older, the areas it covers are still basic areas of study and behavior that should be paid attention to. My Credentials (reprinted from my originalContinue reading “Life in Kindergarten — Shapes and Colors”

A foolproof guide to 21 Fun Workout Videos for Kids

One of the great side effects of COVID is that home workouts have become more available to people who have been social distancing.  I know that my kids PE teachers have done a lot of things online, so I went in search of some great workouts for kids.  These workouts are great for staying healthyContinue reading “A foolproof guide to 21 Fun Workout Videos for Kids”