Monday, September 27, 2010

Super Mom

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Mom of 3 under 5 shares her tips

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

WAHM (Work-at-Home-Mom) Tips

#12 When you work in an office, going home is the signal that your work day is over. But if you are already home, work can easily stretch into the night and cause friction in family life. So when you work from home, set your work hours in advance. This gives your family an idea of when you are available and when you are not.
Setting working hours in advance can be as simple as making a mental plan at the beginning of each day or as complex as filling out a monthly schedule. But the key is to be realistic and factor in distractions and other tasks that will take time away from work. And sometimes you may have to work later than expected. It happens to everyone. But if your family knows your schedule it will seem more like an exception than the rule.

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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Daily Stay at Home Mom schedule

Some things to remember when planning a daily Stay at Home Mom schedule:
  1. Be flexible.
  2. Don’t over schedule.
  3. Schedule time for yourself.
  4. Work within your and your child's personality.
  5. Talk about your schedule with your significant other.
  6. If you aren’t a morning person – don’t force it.
  7. Establish routines: a morning routine, bedtime routine, dinner routine, etc.
  8. Make sure your priorities are reflected within your daily schedule. Make sure to schedule quality time with God(if that's your thing), your husband, and children on a daily basis.
  9. If all else fails – try, try, again. Don’t be afraid tweak your schedule throughout the day/week to come up with a permanent schedule that works with you and your family.
Developing a daily schedule can truly help to turn a life of chaos into a more productive – fulfilling – life!

Vienna Art

Friday, September 3, 2010

Me Time and The Best Romantic Novel Ever

For mom's it isn't always easy for us to find 'Me Time'. But when I do I love to read, I loved 'Eat. Pray. Love' the book was amazing! The movie was great - I love Julia Roberts!

But when I finished 'Eat. Pray. Love.' I was devastated - now what do I read? And if I don't find something quick my moments of 'me time' will vanish because I have nothing to do! Well, I was recommended the most amazing book! It is absolutely fabulous and if you enjoyed books like Eat Pray Love, The Notebook, The English Patient' or any other romantic travel novels, then you will devour 'Overland', it is by far the best romantic novel I have read thus far!

This is a story of a couple engaged to be married until she calls it off as she heads overland to Nepal! Danny Benson, who is just finishing up med school receives the letter from his fiance calling it off and he decides to go after her, and ends up on a journey he never dreamed of.

You just have to go pick it up! Tell everyone Krysten said so!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

4 Things Every Stay-at-Home Mom Needs to Know

Thinking about becoming a stay-at-home mom? Many moms agree that while it can be a thankless job, it is also a richly rewarding experience -- one that they wouldn't trade for the world. Discover some of the best-kept secrets to stay-at-home success.

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