You are on your own with the kids. Perhaps your partner works long hours, travels a lot, deployed, or maybe you are rocking it as a single parent. Whatever the reason, you know that when you have kids, your time ceases to be your own. But you crave that time, you need it. Here’s how to thrive when you are solo parenting.
Scared to head out on the open road with kids? Don’t be! These family road trip hacks are a piece of cake and will make your drive so much easier – wherever you are going.
Bathrooms can become bottomless black holes filled with stuff. You have no idea how your bathroom got this bad! These bathroom organization hacks will help you get the order and prettiness that you crave – but feel you can never attain.
Oh… YOU are going to get it!
You sit down and stare at your computer… yet your mind is blank. House of Cards just came out with a new season on Netflix. Your kids are occupied but that TV is calling your name!! These time management tips for work at home moms will keep you away from Frank Underwood and instead accomplishing your own work goal.
You’re looking for fun, indoor birthday party idea but you want something beyond the typical. Why not throw an engineering party? Not only is it educational but it’s super easy! Namely, because of a company that will coordinate all the set-up, learning and clean up of supplies.
You hate cleaning and want to clean your house fast. I’m with you! Here are 9 fast and easy house cleaning secrets that will not only help you work quickly,
Stop the clutter overload! You have toys in the living room, dolls in YOUR bedroom, nail polish, stickers and more stuff spilling out your kid’s doors into the hallway. And you didn’t buy any of them!
How do you handle this? Here are a few steps you can take to stop the influx of toys and actually instill appreciation in your child. These gifts for kids under 10 focus more on experience and less on stuff.
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In any business, it’s sometimes necessary to take a step back in order to move forward.
That’s exactly what we’re talking about this week.
You are consumed with guilt. You keep telling yourself that you should be able to stay home with your baby and teach him everything he needs at home.
Think of all the money you’ll save. Think of how close your bond will be. Why would you ever want your little one to be in day care?
Oh… a million reasons. Some are for your own sanity and some prepare your child better for Kindergarten. And no, it has nothing to do with learning the ABC’s or 123’s.
Throw your guilt out the window. There are quite few disadvantages to daycare centers. Here is help in getting over daycare guilt.