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50 Ways to Streamline Your Life, Part Three

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Ever feel like you’re riding a really slow horse in a long line of really slow horses? Life can be like that. You have places to go, people to see, and your mode of transportation is not performing as well as it should be. Or there are road blocks. Or you get lost along the […]

50 Ways to Streamline Your Life, Part Two

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Go here for the beginning of this series on ways to develop systems and routines that help you be more efficient and effective in your Life as MOM. 8. Spend time regularly to plan menus for your family’s meals. Whether you plan a few days, a week, or a month at a time, menu planning […]

Time for MOM: 50 Ways to Streamline Your Life

(A few months ago I started examing how to grow as a wife and mother. The conversation begins here in case you missed it.) We’ve been talking about time management. Having a plan is key. But, part and parcel with planning is having systems and routines in place that are quick and efficient. Over the […]

Time for Mom: What’s Your Plan?

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(This post is part of an ongoing discussion about how to become “a woman you can count on.” You can start at the beginning or just jump in here.) Successful time management is essential to a well-run home and a sane family life. There are plenty of books out there that address this topic. But, […]

Streamline Your Morning Beauty Routine

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Time is a valuable, nonrenewable resource. And the way my life is going these days, I need to make the most of every moment. That means I got to get in and out as quickly as possible. Getting in and out of the grocery store super fast means going alone or with as few children […]

Time for MOM: Just Enjoy Them!

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You know you’ve felt the pull. Since your first child was born, you’ve felt that tension between playing with the baby and getting the laundry done. Between reading a story to your littles and unloading the dishwasher. Between taking a walk in the park and paying the bills. Whether your work is mostly at home […]

Time for MOM: Spend Your Time Wisely

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(This conversation about becoming a woman you can count on started here.) In my efforts to grow as a wife and as a mother, I desire to manage my time better. As I mentioned last week, I feel woefully swamped. There are NOT enough hours in my day to do all that I want to, […]

Read a Good Book

2009-March-009

Here’s what’s on my “to read” pile. Some are rereads like The Bible and The Well-Trained Mind, others are new finds that I’m eager to dig into. The Bible – GodFood and Mood: The Complete Guide to Eating Well and Feeling Your Best – Elizabeth SomerThe Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook – Beth Hensperger and Julie […]