[The following post contains affiliate links. You can read my disclosure here.] Are you connected to God through prayer? Or do you feel an ever-growing distance with the Father you know, but can’t seem to find the time to nurture a relationship with? My youngest son recently went off to ... Read More about How to Stay Connected to God Through Prayer
[The following post contains affiliate links. You can read my disclosure here.] We as homeschooling moms often suffer from a common and contagious disease. I call it the Shiny-New-Curriculum Syndrome. Homeschool conventions seem to be one hot-spot for this virus, but don’t let your guard down ... Read More about How to Adapt So You Can Avoid “Shiny-New-Curriculum Syndrome”
[The following post contains affiliate links. You can read my disclosure here.] If Elizabeth Bennet of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice had a blog, what do you think she would write about? Would her posts have titles like “5 Reasons First Impressions Matter” or “How to Turn Down a Marriage ... Read More about What if Elizabeth Bennet Had a Blog?
[The following post contains an affiliate links. You can read my disclosure here.] Are you tired? Tired of the noise, of being asked a million questions, of playing referee? Are you weary of having a child constantly following you everywhere? Tired of doing tasks you have to turn around and do ... Read More about Dear Mom, Are You Tired?
We often turn to nature to describe what we as moms experience. We call different stages “seasons of life” and talk about being the mama bear when someone messes with our cubs. Personally I’m watching my birds begin to fly away with my youngest off at college and my oldest making plans to move into ... Read More about 4 Things to Remember When Our Parenting Season Changes