Today is Mother's Day. I waited 7 years after getting married to have my first baby , and I was so incredibly ready. A week in and I sobbed to my husband " I don't know how to do this!" . It was a bit of a rough start, and I wasn't sure of anything ,... Continue Reading →
In my life, I've always been highly goal driven, looking at what could be in the future and working toward it without hesitation, making plans and executing them well, and having a hefty dose of optimism. But these last 8 months, have been near torturous.....
If you're reading this, than you've probably wrestled with this question. You have a strong feeling that your child, or yourself, have something more going on; whether it's being on the autism spectrum, sensory or learning disorders, ADD/ADHD, or physical/genetic issues, this is a question that often comes up. You wonder - Does my child/do... Continue Reading →
On the weekends, I love to take my time, and bake a big batch of something tasty. It makes my mornings easier if I've got a quick go to breakfast for the kids , and now that I'll be working out of the house part time, I'm trying to find all the ways I can... Continue Reading →
Life is busy, and let's face it, adulting can be exhausting. With 4 kids and a business I run from home, sometimes I feel like I never have enough, while the kids never seem to run out! These are some simple tips I've implemented that have made a big difference in my overall energy levels... Continue Reading →
Winter where I live is long, cold, dark, and pretty much all things challenging to the immune system - Thankfully as a parent of 4, I've learned over the last several years how to keep our family healthy the majority of the time. We still get sick on occasion, but when we do it's not usually as severe or as long as in years past. Pick one, or try them all, these 10 tips will help you and yours build up that immune system so you can enjoy more of the cold season as well!
I have the pleasure, and the challenge, of getting to work from home. When my youngest was home all the time, it was especially challenging, with him running in and out interrupting what I was doing. That meant things were shoved in where they fit, paperwork and materials willy-nilly, supplies piled up at random. I... Continue Reading →