Ohhhhh yayyyyy…it’s that time of day again to try and cook dinner. Keyword…try. Some days, preparing our family meals can be easy peasy. Then there are the other days! Those “other” days are the ones where it is a lot more challenging to meal prep with kids underfoot. Thankfully, there are ways a mom can survive cooking when you have kids.
Coffee is life. I can’t function without a cup of coffee in the morning. It’s not even the caffeine that does it for me. It’s the comforting ritual of brewing it and drinking it. But coffee can be expensive. Especially if you drink it EVERY DAY. Here are 5 easy ways to save money on coffee.
If Fall had a flavor, it’d be pumpkin spice. I’m all about that pumpkin spice life. If you are too, check out these cute pumpkin spice t-shirts for Fall.
I am now on my third child and to say that I am done with diapers is an understatement! My first two were in daycare, so I used disposables with them. I decided to stay at home after my third child and have been using cloth. They both have their pros and cons but I have been able to find ways to save money on both.
Here are some of my tips to save money on diapers and wipes.
Even though being a stay at home mom is a blessing, it doesn’t take away from the fact that you can almost lose yourself and sanity.Today I have some tips that can help you maintain your sanity through the frustrations of motherhood. See if you can implement some of these today!
It’s easier to face the challenges of motherhood when you have a tribe behind you. Even if you love the friends you already have, you’ll probably want to extend your circle to include more mom friends that can relate to your situation.
But making new mom friends can feel as awkward as dating, and you’re already low on time and energy when you’re caring for your kids.
Here’s how you can make connecting with mom friends more productive and less stressful.
Deciding to stay home with your baby or return to work can be a hard decision for new moms. Every family’s situation is different, and every woman is different. There isn’t one answer for everyone. But if you ask yourself these five questions, you can form a plan for your future.
I’m not what you would call a Fashionista. I like to get ready for work with minimal effort because I like getting as much sleep as I can. Plus, I have to deal with getting a toddler ready to go to Grandma’s house for the day. I still have to look professional at work, though. I’ve mastered the art of finding simple solutions to looking like an actual professional human in the workplace. Here are my top tips to get that simple professional mom style.
Now that my toddler can run around and play outside, she can’t get enough of it. Unfortunately, Mommy is prone to heat exhaustion and heat stroke so I can’t be outside for too long in the summer without overheating and getting sick.
But all of that changed when I found a solution and now I’m able to prevent heat exhaustion and keep cool for longer periods of time outside in the summer sun. And bonus! I’ve got a giveaway for you!
After a long day of being a mom, you deserve to take some time to yourself and de-stress. It’s mommy’s time after the kids are put to bed.
So what should you do to allow yourself some freedom from your tiny tyrants? Here are 7 of my favorite ways to de-stress after I put my toddler to bed.
Do you drink coffee in the morning but skip the rest of breakfast? I used to do that, but by 10:00am I was starving! There aren’t any calories or protein in coffee so it doesn’t fill you up, and it’s not healthy to go all morning without calories. So I found a way to make […]
Pregnancy is a mother’s first sacrifice for her child. We completely trash our bodies just to give them life. Some of us have done it a dozen times. (I have no idea how, though. Props to those women!) Yes, there are some great things that happen during pregnancy, but the miracle of life is a struggle. Here are some things I definitely could’ve done without during pregnancy.