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Get a Good Habit Going Challenge: How Did You Do?

Well, how did you do? About a month ago I challenged you and me to get a good habit going. And did we have the best of intentions, or what? Honestly, I thought I was going to transform my life, get my household running like a well-oiled machine. While I didn’t quite achieve that lofty […]

Get a Good Habit Going Challenge: Don’t Compare to Others

This month we’re working on good and new habits. Before things get really crazy in December, November is a fantastic time to get a little order and happiness going. Next month has a chance at smooth moving, if Mom feels a little more on the ball. I’ve been working on routines around here. Now, I […]

Plan Your Meals and Then Do As You Please

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Between illness and the Fisher-men leaving town overnight, my meal plans have been derailed as of late. Although I planned an entire month of meals, I find myself doing a little juggling here at the end of the month. There’s still a good stock of food in the freezer, just not the same things I […]

Get a Good Habit Going Challenge: Baby Steps Toward the Goal

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This is the second week of the “Get a Good Habit Going” Challenge. We’re working together to offer support and encouragement to change some bad habits and start some new and good practices. Why not wait for January when everyone gets a fresh start? Because life is happening today! Life is passing by. And it’s […]

Get a Good Habit Going! Challenge

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Ever find yourself a day late and a dollar short? Ever wake up one morning to realize that bad habits have infiltrated the comfort of your home and life? Ever find that life is passing you by because you’re not on top of things like you wish you were? Yeah, me, too. This past 14 […]

Kids, Chores, and Routines – A Simple, Yet Crucial Part of Family Management

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Photo Source: Pink Sherbet Photography No matter the size of your family, whether you have one child or ten, there will always be work to do. Dishes to wash and put away, laundry to fold, meals to prepare — those things don’t go away. In fact, depending on what interests your teens exhibit as they […]

Homeschool Help: Managing Multiple Schedules

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While I’m busily uppacking my homeschool, I’ve turned to Connie from Smockity Frocks to share how she manages the fine art of teaching many children at once. Her posts have made me laugh, so hop on over and browse her archives if you’re in need of a chuckle. Managing multiple homeschool schedules can be tricky […]

Embracing the Mess? Not a Chance!

I must confess, I don’t have the tidiest house on the block. I wish. There just aren’t enough hours in my day. But, over the years, I’ve learned that enlisting the aid of my children is my only hope for survival. I’ve come up with a few tricks to helping my kids keep their rooms […]