A gift for your wife or girlfriend in three easy steps, a few suggestions, and a list of what NOT to do this Christmas. Plus ideas for the very last minute.
It's time to stop trying to survive and start LOVING the holidays. 3 simple tips to get things under control +where to find drive thru wine!
Set it and forget it. Get organized using timers and alarms, and let your mind relax!
Don't let virtual clutter distract you and slow you down. Check out five ways to declutter your email and devices.
I've put together a huge list of my favorite tips on how to get organized when you're short on time. One hundred little ideas to get you moving forward inch by inch. Plus, I've included three free printable planner pages that are simple and versatile. Read on for more!
I often tag my posts and photos with #childledlearning. Today, I thought I'd give you a glimpse of what that looks like in our home. It's been a very science-y week.
I'll share a few of our favorite streaming resources for your little sickies, and a couple suggestions for what to do when YOU are sick. Because the only thing worse than having sick kids is being sick with sick kids.
Planning out my planner planning for 2017. What's the plan? Coming in 2017... Planner Edition Planning on a Budget Homeschool Planners Series, Tutorials, and More! Christmas Freebie Spread and High Speed Plan with Me I am so excited to start 2017. Only partially because all of my new planners begin January 1st! This blog went … Continue reading Coming Soon in 2017 and No White Space Christmas Spread with Free Printables
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Get ready for Pinterest fails, off-key carols, hot chocolate, and fuzzy footie pajamas.
We aren't DIY type of people, but I did go through a phase where I was geeking out over making all of my own household products. I made all different cleaners and detergents and soaps. Honestly, most of them were awful. The only stand-out was laundry detergent.
You're homeschooling? How lovely. WHY would you want to do that? Going against the mainstream opens the door to big questions about big life choices to random strangers at the post office.