You’re a good mom. I know you are, so go ahead and tell yourself, “I’m a good mom.” Simply by reading this, you’re a good mom. You haven’t given up and you’re still working at improving your job as a mother.
Here’s how I plan to tackle my mom goals and still orchestrate our move, volunteer, and cook a meal once in a while.
It’s a weeknight and you just walked in the door after finishing work or picking up kids from an activity. You’re exhausted and the last thing you want to do is make dinner.
Raising children is tough work. As I say all the time on this blog, the intersection of motherhood and life is messy and we need all the help we can get.
If you had told me a year ago that I would spend months suffering from debilitating back pain to find out that the root cause was a food allergy, I would have laughed in your face.
If you’re still trying to plan your family, remember that plans change, and trust that it will all work out okay, just as it was meant to.
If we can build in some small amounts of rest, then we have the ability to be even more productive in whatever our days bring.
If you’re one of the many families who have started cooking gluten-free, I highly recommend picking up this cookbook!
When your kids get older, it’s a great idea to have some trusted resources to go to for parenting guidance.
I have domain over the home I live in, no matter where it happens to be. How does my home reflect my personality, hopes, dreams and desires to the outside world and the visitors that enter?