How Mommies Can Make Money by Crafty Merchandising

Having multiple income streams is definitely a good plan, especially as a parent. Extra money coming in can be helpful in covering everything from medical emergencies to those dreaded last minute school projects fees. Because somehow a model of a cell diagram never seems to cost less than $50 and we only get a days’…

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5 Career Ideas for Moms of Many

When you become a mother, your priorities change a lot. What is more, if you become a mother of many, you immediately understand that you need to reconsider your plans and do everything you can to spend more time with your kids. But, wouldn’t it be great if you could have a career while also…

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How to Maintain Positive Business Relationships

It’s all good and well finding clients and building business relationships, but that’s only the beginning. Indeed, finding them can often be the easy part; the difficulty lies in making sure they’re happy, satisfied, and that you have a professional, cordial relationship. If you take steps to make sure that you and your clients (and…

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How To Carry On Studying When You’re A Busy Mom

When you’re a busy Mom, the idea of studying can be a daunting one. After all, you have so many things to do and think about, that you may believe that you’ll never have the time to fit it all in. How are you supposed to find the balance between your kids, your home life,…

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3 rules for making your bullet journal your own

After several months of trial and error, I finally feel as if I've made my bullet journal my own. Am I doing it "right"? Probably not. Is it working for me? Yes! Today I'm giving you a peek inside my bujo, but before I do that, I want to give you permission to jump in…

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My word for 2017: it’s time to THRIVE!

When a new year is about to begin it is a good idea to look at the past year and see what worked and what didn't.  Plan a new year with the attitude that it's time to THRIVE!.  Look for ways that you can improve the relationships with family and friends.  Each month look over…

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Finding Confidence When Things Don’t Go the Way You Expect

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Famous Footwear. All opinions are 100% mine. How do you find confidence in yourself when things don't go the way you expect?  I have a secret. {Whispers} Can I tell you a secret? This year has been hard. Really hard. Okay, maybe that’s not…

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The best laid plans of a planner

Despite my approach to homeschooling, I am a planner by nature. I like to make plans, set goals, create to-do lists, and—most importantly—execute those plans. And I love to learn tips and secrets for being more productive. But this year has been a lesson in letting go of my plans instead. It all started in early 2015…

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The art of juggling for work-at-homeschooling moms

I've been a work-at-home mom since the moment I became a mom—by choice, by necessity, by calling. I've also known I wanted to homeschool my kids since I was 16 years old. Reconciling those two things has not always been so easy, though. Any homeschool mom will tell you that homeschooling is basically a full-time…

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On recognizing & accepting limits and living my priorities

The first half of 2016 has been both full (in a good way) and busy (in a not-so-good way), and as we headed to Florida last month—on the heels of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, which had me work 12+ hour days for a week straight—I was determined to reprioritize, strengthen my boundaries, and regain focus…

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