Being a present mom is important because we teach our kids how to treat people by how we treat them. If we want our children to respect other people and to be good listeners, we need to model that for them. If we want them to take breaks from working to enjoy people, we need to show them that we can do that. If we don't want our kids to stress about the past or worry about the future but instead be fully engaged in the present, we need to show them what that looks like. If we want our kids to cherish people and be present in their own…
Through motherhood, God has taught me important lessons about life. He has drawn me closer to himself, taught me the meaning of selfless love, and revealed old truths to me in new ways. In this post, you can read 6 lessons I've learned after becoming a mom.
Being a mom can just be HARD, but getting some good habits in place can make your life much easier. I have 3 kids and a career, but I manage to keep myself relatively balanced by maintaining good habits. For me, that means being present with my family and achieving my career goals.
As a mom of 3 girls, one of my strongest hopes is that my kids grow up to be close friends. I want them to love each other deeply, confide in each other, and know that they have built-in BFFs for whatever life might throw at them. The problem is, they fight all the time! After contemplating how my personal behavior might be contributing to the problem, I decided to STOP doing some things to help cultivate strong relationships between my girls. And it's made a huge difference!
Good habits are one of the best ways to keep yourself balanced. What habits could you implement in your life that will make the most difference? Find out 10 habits that have made a huge difference in my life, and continue to keep me well and balanced as a mom.
Are you considering starting a career as a blogger? Blogging can be an amazing way for moms to make a living from home, but it's not for everyone. Find out in this post if it might be right for you!
There we were, my husband and me, and a newborn baby and a toddler. Both with full-time jobs, still living paycheck to paycheck and going deeper into debt each passing month. I knew we had to change-- and fast!
Are you a blogger struggling to get traffic to your site? So was I.Pretty recently, in fact. On April 26th, my blog had ten visitors. TEN! The next day, April 27th, I had 952! When I say my traffic exploded overnight, I mean it! Find out how I did it.
When I first started blogging, I made several mistakes. Many of them kept me from being successful early on. Now that I know better, let me tell you what I wish I had done differently as a new blogger, so you can learn from my mistakes.
If only I could lose weight… If only we lived somewhere else... If only my kids would listen more… If only we could make a little more money… If only I could get this business off the ground... If only, if only, if only. Are you guilty saying things like this too?