This week on LifeasMOM is all about Loving Life — finding ways to help each of us enjoy life a little more. And one way to enjoy life more is to spend time with your main squeeze. This past week I explained to my four year old daughter what a date was. No, not the dried fruit. […]
Are ya Booking It this year? If you’re just now joining us, let me explain. Booking It is an online reading program designed to get you reading. This online book club features flexibility for those who want to do their own thing as well as “assigned reading” for those who prefer a little more structure. […]
photo source: D Sharon Pruitt This week on LifeasMOM is all about Loving Life — finding ways to help each of us enjoy life a little more. And one way to enjoy life more is to pamper yourself just a little bit. Most of the moms I know give, give, give with very little breaks for […]
Who doesn’t love chocolate? With some scrapbook paper, a mess of candy bars, and some labels, you can create some pretty sweet Valentines. Check out this tutorial for custom-wrapped candy bars. And while we’re on the subject… What’s your favorite candy bar? Mine is the Heath Bar.
Money in a Chocolate Box! Follow this easy tutorial for giving a money gift creatively. For Christmas my aunt sent me one of the best, one of the most clever, one of the most practical gifts I’ve ever received. I shared it with you back in December. Upon reflection, I realized that it would make […]
photo source: Chris Metcalf A month ago, we talked about goal setting and taking a long view of the year and the things that we hope to accomplish. You might not think that goals are important. You might be fine with how you spend your days — and you’re not really in a hurry to […]
Looking for a fun, but inexpensive gift to give to your hubby and kids this Valentine’s Day? How about a packet of coupons customized for fun little treats throughout the month of February? Like the printable Christmas tags I put together in December, these coupons have an autofill feature. The blue highlighted spots indicate a […]
photo source: D Sharon Pruitt My dad always said that my eyes were bigger than my stomach. He was referring to the food I piled on my plate. You see, I’ve always been a glutton foodie. Food has always been of supreme importance to me. And as a child, I always put more on my […]