Take a break from the monotony of family house cleaning by converting chores into family fun.
Do you believe housework is hard, that it's more like a project than a few quick chores? I've discovered a secret in the last year that helps me push past my "cleaning project" mindset. I've learned that cleaning is less overwhelming when you create handy stations throughout your house.
Do you feel tense when you see chronic messy zones around your home? It's time we outsmarted our messy zones. Find out how in this article.
I’ve often felt stressed, frustrated, and ashamed about the state of my home. I’ve tried various cleaning routines and organization methods, but nothing seems to last, and I end up feeling like a failure. For years, I’ve seesawed between two thinking patterns: I'll never get any better at keeping up with this house, so I... Continue Reading →
Excited, I called another family meeting. This time, we didn’t focus on what our Christmas couldn’t be. Instead, we brainstormed ways that we could spread love to neighbors, family, friends, and also to each other.
When outcomes leave us disillusioned, we’re left questioning: "Did I hear right? Have I missed the mark?"
I've never known want. But my country is changing quickly. People are losing jobs and being denied human rights. What will come next? Our future is uncertain. My fear leaves me grasping for an answer: What do we truly need to live?
Is it possible for faith to permeate our everyday life? If yes, what would that look like, and how could we grow in that kind of faith? Today, I believe everyday faith IS possible. But I haven't always.
The Twitter #WritingCommunity's notes of encouragement aren't just for me. They're for every writer. Read them and be encouraged!
"We were like secret agents under a starless winter sky. Our mission? Operation love bomb." Inspire faith this holiday season by reading "Operation Love Bomb", a true Christmas story about kindness.
You do it all. #Mom life is wearing you down. Life never stops throwing punches, and you're left wondering: "Am I the only mom who's struggling to bear all of this? I'm so stressed. Who's going to comfort Me?"