“You cannot give from an empty cup. Take care of yourself first.” – Unknown This is Part 1 in a series about taking care of yourself. I was one of those people who did not make self-care a priority. All the talk around town about taking time for oneself was
This post contains affiliates links which means I may get a small percentage if you purchase from the links. Mother’s Day is almost here – eekkk and if you’re like me, you’re still searching for that perfect gift. I’m continuing my gift-giving theme with another post on great gifts. If
Is it possible to change someone’s behavior just by the words we speak to them? The answer is yes! Here is my personal experience with changing my son’s behavior simply by using encouraging, inspiring life-giving words. “Words are things. They get into your walls, your upholstery, your furniture, your clothes
So you’re looking for the absolutely best gift you can give your kids? I have just the thing. My daughter celebrated her 7th birthday today. And like most parents, I want to give her something that she will love and get excited about. Just like you want for your child.
Do you long to be more present with your family? I’ll be the first to admit it. Being present was not my strong suite. While I am playing dolls with my 6-year old, a majority of my mind would be on the dishes in the sink that still needs to
“When I become a mommy I’m not going to be like you.” said my 6-year-old as I cuddled her to sleep last night. “What do you mean?” I asked. “When I’m a mommy, I will be at the bus stop to pick up my kids from school and make
I failed a little today. As I sit in my dark bedroom with just the flicker of a candle for a light, I reflect back on my day. It has been a great day, filled with laughter, a family trip for ice cream and time spent with friends. But
(This post may contain affiliate links. All thoughts and opinions are solely mine.) Between the dishes, laundry, doctor’s appointments and dinner menus, life can seem overwhelming. Add to all this, the desire to raise children who are blessings to others, and it seem down right exhausting. The enemy of perfectionism