7 Ways to Break Your Procrastination Habits

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.  The secret to getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.” Mark Twain Procrastination, by true definition is to put off or to delay something requiring your attention.  For we know that our days are numbered and […]

Is Spanking Your Children Biblical?

My son was arching his back and throwing a massive, ridiculous fit in the middle of a restaurant the other day and my first response was to grab his chubby, obstinate little hand and look him square in the eyes, “Cade, I have to spank you if you keep it up.” And within a few […]

5 Steps to a Clean Kitchen

Some of my most fond memories growing up happened in the kitchen.  So it makes sense that in my house there is a lot of life that happens in the kitchen and around the kitchen table.  Most of our major discussions and general day-to-day happenings are in the kitchen/breakfast area.  Not just with my family, […]

That Time I Lost It At The Grocery Store

“Like a city whose walls are broken through is a person who lacks self-control.” –Proverbs 25:28 I was out running errands with the children in tow. We returned some books to the library and checked out some more. Then, we proceeded to go to our local grocery store for a few essentials. As I was […]

Things Moms Do That Tear Us Apart

Moms, this one is for all of you. Here are a few things that moms do, without realizing, which tear us apart. Bragging– Lots of us moms have a hard time keeping our “brags” at a certain discretion when it comes to our child’s milestones and our own achievements in parenting. First off, let me […]

Dear Mom Who Blames Herself…

I don’t know about you , but I love and adore encouraging mom posts! Being a mom is hard and tough! We live in a world full of comparison and I am tired of putting myself down because I may not parent like another person. It’s time we stop and encourage one another.   This […]

Confession Of A Mom: Who Really Needs A Nap

  Laundry, dishes, sweeping, scrubbing, teaching, cooking, and changing endless amounts of diapers. A mother’s job is never-ending. We sacrifice our bodies, minds (I am out of mine most of the time), energy, and time. We pray for our children and our husbands. We don’t complain much about what we do because we love it. […]

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