That Last OK

In the article 13 Common Parenting Tips the Experts Think It’s OK to Ignore, one of the 13 stuck out to me. We recently had a “come to Jesus” meeting with my daughter and son. They seemed to think that when we tell them to do something it’s us ASKING for them to do it.Continue reading “That Last OK”

Keep It Simple Sister!

Cleaning is a topic that I write a lot about on the blog. Lots of mommy bloggers choose this topic. It’s a universal task in our mommy lives so it seems seems like an easy subject to talk at length about. March and the return of spring means the return of spring cleaning. There areContinue reading “Keep It Simple Sister!”

Mom: The Myth. The Legend.

In 2020 I wrote a post about a falsehood people believe about motherhood. In It is a 24/7 job for the rest of your life… I talked about how being a stay at home mom is easy. My conclusion was that motherhood itself isn’t hard, but what is hard is that it is NEVERENDING. FromContinue reading “Mom: The Myth. The Legend.”

February Wrap Ups — Late Edition

I just realized I didn’t do a wrap up for last month! It’s been such a busy month getting back to sports and some sort of normalcy that my publishing scheduled posts have been eating away by time! Top Blog Post Keys for Kindergarten Excellence. This is such a passion project for me. Elementary educationContinue reading “February Wrap Ups — Late Edition”

A year ago was opening day!

A year ago today I rebooted my blog! I can’t believe it’s been a year already. I really didn’t get super focused on writing again until later on in the year, but today I came out with my first new blog post in years! I posted about Opening Day of baseball for my son. It’sContinue reading “A year ago was opening day!”

A complicated case of circumstances

My daughter went to a birthday party recent and told me she didn’t feel like she belonged there. It was a new friends party she went to and it was small due to Covid so most people there were family or had known this girl for years. Feeling out of place is a common occurrenceContinue reading “A complicated case of circumstances”

365 Podcasts A Year — Money Week

My 365 Podcasts A Year education goal is rolling along. I just recently realized I hadn’t been posting the ones I was listening to on my Calendar. Over the weekend, I caught up and I also started to organize the podcasts into themed weeks. I’ll still be covering a broad range of topics throughout theContinue reading “365 Podcasts A Year — Money Week”

Strategies that take some of the time and pain away

WHO HERE IS A FAN OF SHORTCUTS? 👋Raises Hand 👋 While I don’t believe there is any magic potion you can drink that brings you a totally clean home. There are strategies that take some of the time and pain away. Can I get an Amen 🙌? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Yes, getting support can help you understandContinue reading “Strategies that take some of the time and pain away”

With no effort…

Have you always wanted to learn to be one of those organized mom that seem to get through each day with no effort? Does it feel like that dream is sitting on the shelf gathering dust? It used to be that way for me too and has dipped back and forth between organized and disorganized.Continue reading “With no effort…”

Pour yourself a cuppa tea

Pour yourself a cuppa tea and let’s chat about the big fat elephant who stomps through the room of our minds whenever we get a little tickle in our throat or a little cough. Top, it happens to almost all of us. The fear of being COVID positive the moment we feel a little offContinue reading “Pour yourself a cuppa tea”