Free Resources Featuring the Disney Movie Frozen

Free Resources Featuring the Disney Movie Frozen

Unless you’ve got a nanny, a housekeeper, a chauffeur, and a chef, it’s hard to manage a home and family–and still keep a smile on your face. But, it’s worth trying. Because nobody wants a crabby mom. Join me while I try to navigate these choppy waters and keep smiling. Subscribe to my RSS feed […]

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5 No-Fail Tips for a Clean, Clutter-free, Productive Desk When You Work-from-Home

wicker paradise desk

Do you struggle with keeping your home office clean and organized? Life as MOM Prerna has some fantastic tips to help you keep your space clean, clutter-free, and productive! photo source: Wicker Paradise Your workspace affects your headspace. Truth. As someone who’s been working from home for the last 6 years now, I value the […]

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Coming Soon! This Week’s Dinners for $70 or Less

crockpot chili

A few month’s ago, my friend Amy from Mom’s Toolbox and VineSleuth Uncorked emailed asking whether or not I had any easy meal plans here at Life as MOM. I’ve been trying to get her on the freezer cooking band wagon for awhile now. I can’t remember her exact objection, but she said something like […]

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10 Great School Volunteer Opportunities

10 Great School Volunteer Opportunities | Life as MOM

Many public schools welcome parent volunteers with open arms. Not sure how you can help? Life as MOM contributor Jessie Leigh has some great ideas about how you can serve at your child’s school. While public schools do receive funding through of all our tax dollars, they still face strict budgets and bottom lines. Many […]

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Playing a Game of Chopped for Kids

Playing a Game of Chopped for Kids - Want to give your children some practical kitchen skills and a sense of independence and accomplishment? Play a game of Chopped -- for kids.

Want to give your children some practical kitchen skills and a sense of independence and accomplishment? Play a game of Chopped — for kids. This post does include affiliate links. If you make a purchase through those links, I am paid a small amount in way of advertising fees. Your price does not change, but […]

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9 Ways to Get a Jump on the Day

9 Ways to Get a Jump on the Day - Find yourself feeling scattered and disordered? Consider a daily morning routine to help you put order into the day and give you a major sense of accomplishment.

Find yourself feeling scattered and disordered? Consider a daily morning routine to help you put order into the day and give you a major sense of accomplishment. A quick search through the Life as MOM archives surprised me: I’ve never really talked about establishing a morning routine. Sure, I’ve talked about my morning high five […]

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Leaning Godwards

Leaning Godwards - How do you incline your heart toward God?

Years ago, we memorized “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” as a family. So cute to hear my kids lisp those words. Part of a mostly “praise song” tradition, I found the memorizing of hymns to be fascinating, especially so when I learned old, albeit archaic vocabulary and sentence structure. As a language student, I […]

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The Weekly Ramble

The Weekly Ramble

The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004. This was probably one of the best meals of the week: Guinness Beef Stew, made in the slow cooker. Easy and delicious and I felt like a miracle worker that dinner was already taken care of by 9am. Make it on Monday if corned beef isn’t […]

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