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I believe that life is
A Growing Experience
Something to Experience Everyday
We become parents and life gets hard. Maybe we are a single parent, a parent with a partner, a low-income parent, a gay parent, a white parent, a black parent, a Christian parent, a Muslim parent, a Jewish parent, Grandparent, or adoptive parent, but in the end, we are someone’s mommy or daddy.
So how do we provide peace in our world, our child’s world, our family’s world? There are many studies on what that means, but first, you must learn to provide peace within.
I hope that you will enjoy this site and it will give you some perspective on how SELF-CARE can provide you PEACE.
I'm an empty nester, I have raised my kids, but I will never stop being a parent.
Follow along as I take you on my journey from stressed-out parent to a persistent self-care learner that finally brought peace and happiness to my family. I’ll tell you funny stories, suggest tips for not throwing the baby out, and help you also, to learn how SELF-CARE can bring you and your family a sense of PEACE. Read more here....
From The Blog
Don’t Over-spend During the Holidays
Elizabeth with Frugal Mom Eh!, wrote an article about keeping your spending on track during the holidays and how to not overspend. Creating less stress in your home during the holidays is very important for you and your whole family. Another part of that stress is overspending on presents. Elizabeth has one useful tip on […]
What is Your Word for 2019
This post on Real Mom Life.com nails the reason for choosing your word for the year. Do you usually start the beginning of the year with a new word to focus on? I started this habit three years ago and have words like “Progress” “Lean In,” and “Be Still” I find that it makes a […]
Friendships are a source of both joy and heartache. Women have a greater need for friendships than men do. Our friendships run deeper. Men like to “do things” with friends. Women want to “know things” about each other. We love to do things together too, like shopping, but we want to talk while we […]
Dealing with Grief over the Holidays
Are you dealing with grief during the Holiday season? For most of us, there’s relatively little loss at the beginning of life. Our parents, siblings, and even grandparents are quite young. We don’t have meaningful careers that define us. Our health is good. So, grief is not a normal emotion for us. Eventually, though, the […]