Category: Family

Summer Slide Solutions

Worried about your kids’ skills sliding this summer? Here are my top 10 Summer Solutions and some freebies for you to beat the SUmmer Slide!

Choosing a Why

“Any How is possible as long as there is a Why” ~ Viktor Frankel This book shakes me up in a good way. There are things I have done in my life that I look […]

Rocking Parent/Teacher Conferences

We have reached mid-term for third quarter already! How did that happen so quickly? With mid-term comes two nights commonly referred to as Parent/teacher meetings. Back in my day . . . As a kid, […]

Altering Attitudes

Choose the words that will point you in the direction of your goals ~ Jeff Keller Several years ago I was taking a class to help me understand and better cope with my depression. One […]

Family Mission Statement

Review of the goal: By January 30, 2019, I will write a family value and mission statement that will direct intentional family decision making as we make family goals for the 2019 year. (Book: Living […]

Life Management: Goal Complete!

Reminder of the goal: Relationship: I will reorganize the command center in the kitchen by April 30, 2018 to help daily life be simpler and more focused so I can plan individual time with each […]

(Life Management Week 4)

I dropped off for a bit there — sorry to those who were waiting with bated breath for this post.  I’ve been doing work on developing my command center while also finishing up school (B […]

Falling Apart take 2 (Life Management Week 3.5)

Part 6: Managing your Mind I happen to be a person who exists in the world, but live in my head.  Do you know what I mean?  I realize part of it has to do […]

Living a “Balanced” Life (Life Management Week 2)

Still on my personal branding kick, I turned to my fellow blogger and Life Coach, Sarah: Living a “balanced” life. As a life coach for moms, there are 2 phrases I hear multiple times a […]

Life Management Week 1

“Life management is really spiritual life management.”  ~ Elizabeth George I spent three hours this week at a conference that was supposed to give advice on how to become a better speaker.  Long story short, it was […]

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