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?
Stop seeing the sideburns, fuzzy upper lip and brow in the mirror. Stop going to the salon for waxing. Save money over the long run, and look great while doing it!
These festively decorated treats are great to make at home with your kids over the holiday break. Give them away or enjoy them yourselves!
This book is a quick read because you won’t be able to put it down. I stayed up into the wee hours of the morning multiple times because I had to see what came next, and it’s not even a “thriller” book.
Write down your list of what you’re looking for and then put them in order of priority. Like house shopping, you’re not going to get everything you want. But knowing what’s most important can help you narrow down your options.
There are all kinds of limits we put on our kids at various ages to protect them and provide for their safety into adulthood. Setting limits on what they see, listen to, read, and the friends they can socialize with online is just as loving as anything else we do as parents.