In my membership group, I encourage everyone to spend some time on Sundays reflecting on the past week and thinking about the things they want to keep doing, the things they want to stop doing, and the things they want to start doing. As the weekend winds down, I thought I would share some of
Limiting myself to one trip per week to the grocery store and making meals that are semi nutritious and good (enough) for you has not been as difficult as I thought it would be. In fact, it has made my life a little easier. Because I need to shop with a very specific plan and
This chili is so easy to make and it’s so good. Even my meat eaters love it. It’s also budget friendly. It costs me well under $10 to make and it feeds my whole family. It’s great for any busy weeknight, and you can make it on the stove or throw all the ingredients in
You might think that having lots of kids at home 24/7 at a time like this would make life even more challenging than it already is. But actually, lots of kids means there is always at least one other person to play with. And this can be helpful to me since I work from home.
I am very close with my parents. And so are the kids. My dad has always been my go-to babysitter. When I was little, I had a very special relationship with my grandmother (my dad’s mom), and the kids are all super fortunate to have the same relationship with my dad. You know that movie
Today was the kind of day I envisioned when I first became a parent. It is the first day I’ve had like this in a very long time. Like maybe ever, actually. We had no meltdowns. ZERO. ZERO!!! We had a couple disagreements, but other than that, the kids were awesome. I was able to