Building Family Systems {A Giveaway!}

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I have often found myself overwhelmed as wife and mom. At times I’d even say I was paralyzed; filled with plans, desires, and hopes, yet completely unsure how implement them. When it comes to raising kids and building a thriving family, there is a lot to think about: How can we train and discipline our […]

The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle (97 ebooks for less than 31 cents each!)

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THIS SALE IS NOW OVER. If you’d like to know about future eBook bundles and other special offers, click here to sign up for notifications. As a new wife (and then mom), I had no idea how to manage a home, no idea how to raise children, and not a clue as to what went […]

The Power of Margin

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When I think of margin I think of having room to breathe. Time to smell the roses. I was first introduced to the concept of margin when reading the book If I’m Diapering a Watermelon the Where’d I Leave the baby? Help for the Highly Distractible Mom by Carol Barnier (Um, yeah, I really do […]

The Mega List of Time Management Resources

I said I would share a bunch of time management resources with you… I have struggled with time management over the years and have read a lot on the topic. Here are some useful books,  articles and Bible verses I have come across in the never ending quest to manage my time efficiently: (Please share […]

Schedules and Routines in the Home

I’m not naturally scheduled. In fact, it is very easy for me to be entirely random about my day. I have found there are good things about being random: We can follow our interests, seize the moments, and so on. There are also difficult things about it: it is unsettling for the kids, it is […]

A little morning update…

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A few weeks ago I set out to maximize my mornings. It has been a bumpy ride, but most new habits encounter some resistance at first. I’m not giving up yet!  This post is a little update. (And a true testament to just how un-with-it I can be.) Before I start, can I just say […]