I used to put a lot of time and effort into cooking. But 11+ years and 3 kids later, it's a different story.
I’ve learned that it’s essential to have some go-to recipes that require few ingredients, minimal effort, and are quick to prep and cook. It’s the only way that I can make dinner for my family each night without losing my mind!
So I’m opening my kitchen and my recipe books to share with you 7 quick and easy meals to make for your family.
I’m going to be honest; I often fail to prep for Mother’s Day because as a mom, I focus on the fact that this holiday is about me and I forget that I have mothers I still need to buy for! Call it selfish or call it mom brain… but it happens almost every year. But not this year, friends. We’ve got 3 weeks from now to get our ducks in row, so let’s start prepping! I’ve pulled together some of my favorite Mother’s Day gifts from our line so you can quickly and easily get your shopping done now....
Bullet journaling has become a popular way for people to keep track of their to-do’s, habits and goals, and for many, it's taken over the traditional weekly planner. It’s really blown up as a creative trend as of late, with tons of people posting photos of their innovative layouts, spreads and ideas on Pinterest and Instagram. It is equally inspiring and intimidating!
If you're at all intrigued by this form of creative organization, we've got all the info you need to figure how to approach it and what you'll need to get started - whether you want to start slow or dive in head first!
Chore charts. Do these 2 words make you hopeful or cringe with feelings of "it's just another thing to do"? I used to feel the latter, but I've become a convert.
I know, I know. Right now you’re all “Stop it with your annoying Pinterest-inspired chore chart that you claim is a lifesaver.”
Ok, I get it. This seems like another great idea that average moms can't actually follow through with because it's more work than it's worth. That's what I thought, but I promise it actually is worth it and I'm making it easy for you with free downloads!
I'm a known paper addict. It was only recently that I started using Google Calendar in place of a paper planner, and it was only because I realized I needed to send myself notifications for EVERYTHING or else I would forget. Getting old is rough, guys. But for grocery lists, to-do lists, doodles, product ideas and brainstorming - I have to have paper. There is just no replacement. Know what I mean? Well, some people would argue there's a replacement; it's called a cell phone. But I'm too old for that (see paragraph one). That's why I am loving the...