Being A Mom Is Hard! Encouragement for Stressed-Out Moms
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Being A Mom Is Hard! Encouragement for Stressed-Out Moms

I’ve been a working mom and a stay-at-home mom and I can honestly say, BOTH are equally hard. It really bothers me when I see these conversations in mom’s groups on Facebook debating which is harder or who is the most stressed out. The thing is, being a mom is hard, period. Full stop. And the other hard truth is that it literally does not matter. There is no trophy for being a stay-at-home mom or a working mom. There is no award ceremony for being the best mom. Honestly, the best mom is a loving mom who takes care of her family, whatever that looks like. Being a Working Mom vs a Stay-At-Home Mom When I was a working mom, I longed to stay…

Time Management For Moms: 8 Tips For Less Stress And More Joy Daily
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Time Management For Moms: 8 Tips For Less Stress And More Joy Daily

Time management for moms can seem elusive- that’s why we’re breaking it all down in this post with practical solutions you can start using today. Being a mom is hard. It seems like there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done. Your to-do list is always growing, and it’s literally impossible to finish it because half of the things on your list start over again the next day. But there is more to being a mom than doing dishes and changing diapers. And if you want to find time to do other things aside from just cleaning your house and making meals for your kids, I have some good news for you: it IS possible, but you need to get creative…

Fake It Till You Make It- How To Create A Morning Routine Even If You Hate Mornings
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Fake It Till You Make It- How To Create A Morning Routine Even If You Hate Mornings

I hate mornings. Seriously, you won’t find anyone who is less of a morning person than I am.  I was that person in college who considered a successfully planned semester to be one where not a single class on my schedule began before 11 am. I’m that “set-my-alarm-an-hour-early-so-I-can-push-snooze-50-times” person. And even now, with three kids ranging from age 4 to 6 months, I consider the days when no one wakes up before 8am to be my life’s greatest achievement. So why am I writing about making over your morning routine? Well, it’s certainly NOT because I just love the sunny bright possibilities that each new day brings. But it’s actually because I’m such a notorious grump in the morning that I decided to try to…