The beginning of a new year is always a great time to take a few minutes (or days) to reorganize and plan. So, I’m doing a three part series on how to conquer dinner time by using meal planning to streamline and make life so much easier. Our goal with this course is to help get you in Keep Reading
If you’ve spent anytime on my blog, you know that my family is my number one concern pretty much all of the time. Well, making sure that my husband and my kids and I can all have the best quality of life possible. That doesn’t mean we have everything we want all of the time, but we definitely get what we need, and we try not to take anything for granted.
I homeschool our children, so this is a great place to come for tips on homeschooling. I share deals I find on textbooks, Christian-based curriculums that work well, and tips for getting your kids to sit still and listen.
Another important thing for me is to try and fill each day with the activities we love to do together. We spend time outdoors on the farm, we take inexpensive trips together (check out my travel tips for busy moms) and we even renovated our old mobile home with the help of our kids.
In an effort to eat healthy as a family, we even did the Whole30 diet together. Check out my plans, meals and what worked and what didn’t.
6 Tips To Speed Up Dinner Time
Cooking meals is a big part of life. Most of us do it in some capacity at least three times a day. These 6 tips to speed up dinner time have helped me get my life more organized, and they can help you too! Cooking is one of the most time consuming things we do, so I don’t know about you, but for Keep Reading
Healthy Meal Plans
Are you looking for healthy meal plans? We have you covered - for real! For the last year or more, I’ve been writing up our weekly meal plan with a grocery and recipe list to help moms get that frustrating, time consuming task off their plates, and help them get healthy meals on the table Keep Reading
Spring Cleaning Checklist
Want a little boost of accountability? Download this free spring cleaning checklist! Ahhh, spring cleaning. It’s a love-hate relationship. Love having a clean house, hate cleaning it. I’ve asked myself a hundred times why I hate cleaning so much. Is it because the people I Keep Reading
When Life’s Little Frustrations Get to You
This morning we had a meltdown at breakfast. And by “we”, I really mean my daughter. Her water wasn’t cold enough. So I launched into this spiel about unimportant the water temperature was. I asked if in five minutes, when she’s away from the breakfast table, it make a difference. I asked how Keep Reading
My 2019 Goals
Before we get started, I just want to say that I feel a little odd writing basically a diary-type post - focused on me and what I'm doing. But I hope that you can find inspiration in what I'm doing and know that everyone's goal and goal setting process looks different. So, January first has come Keep Reading
April 21-27 Meal Prep
3 Tips For Holiday Shopping With Kids In Tow
It’s that time of year again. Oh, you know what I mean. The time of year when you can’t take your kids into the store with you because the entry way is lined with toys they want. Those stores know exactly how to get parents to buy. And of course, it’s not just toys lining the entry - they know Keep Reading
What to Volunteer For Thanksgiving Dinner When You Road Tripped There
...And just like that, Thanksgiving is less than a week away. Yesterday my sister in law sent out her annual Thanksgiving dinner invitation, and we all started planning our contributions. Which means I need to start planning the logistics our trip to Nashville, and how we’re either going to Keep Reading
How To Teach Your Kids Gratitude
Fall is a special time in Texas. It’s not too hot (most of the time), but it’s also not too cold - and we get rain, which we may or may not have seen in the summer months. The leaves may be falling and dying, but for us, it’s a time of rejuvenation. It’s time for adventures. One of our big Keep Reading
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