A Beginner’s Guide to Gentle Parenting

Gentle parenting has been an amazing resource for me. It’s taught me to stay calm, lead with compassion, and pick my battles wisely with my children.  The idea is to focus on connecting with my kids while teaching respect and boundaries, without using harsh punishments. This is a simple beginner’s guide to gentle parenting. If Read More

8 Habits to Stop and Become a Happier Mom

This post contains affiliate links. Read my disclaimer for more information. I don’t know about you but my goal in motherhood is to be a happy mom, not a perfect one. I want my children to remember the joy in our home. I want them to look back one day and picture me laughing, cuddling Read More

5 Tips for the Best Homeschool Year Ever

This post contains affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more information. I love homeschooling my children. It’s a beautiful lifestyle and I absolutely love being able to adapt to each of my children’s individual learning needs. It’s wonderful, but it’s also really hard. Here are my 5 best tips to have a productive, amazing Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Minimalism

This post contains affiliate links, click here for details. I’m not an extreme minimalist by any means. I don’t live in a tiny house with empty walls and one pair of shoes, but I do prefer a simple de-cluttered lifestyle. The idea of less in my cabinets, less on my counters and less in my Read More

Homeschooling Tips, Sanity Savers and a Free Crossword

Homeschooling is an amazing calling that has so many benefits.  I love the extra quality time I get to spend with my children. I enjoy watching my kids light up when they retain something new. It’s amazing, and I’m so grateful I took the leap into the world of homeschooling, but it’s also really hard. Read More

How to Love a Special Needs Parent

I’m a special needs mom. That sentence is still a difficult one for me to say, considering the fact that it’s still a fairly new revelation. I’ve always been a special needs parent, I just didn’t know it.  Five months ago my boys were diagnosed, but this disorder has apparently been with them since birth. Read More