For 6 days only, more than 75 widely-known bloggers and authors in the homemaking sphere have joined together to offer 97 of their most popular eBooks and eCourses, valued at just over $600, for the incredibly low price of $29.97!
More than anything, our goal for this sale was for it to be, well… ultimate! We firmly believe that you will not find a more comprehensive collection of homemaking resources anywhere on the web, and particularly not in this price range. For this low price, you gain access to every single one of these resources, so that [...]
I have the perfect opportunity for you to build your homemaking resource library, at an INCREDIBLY low price! Check out ALL the titles below! Something for everyone! Be sure and come back tomorrow to take advantage of this Ultimate Homemaking e-Book Sale!
Even if you don’t have a Kindle or an e-reader, you can read on your computer. This post explains in more detail how to do so.
If you are worried about having 97 ebooks cluttering your files, check out this post on how to organize those files for easy access, for when you want a certain book.
My regular readers know that I LOVE to share resources to help you reduce and relieve your stress. I have an AWESOME opportunity starting MONDAY, April 29! Dozens of bloggers have joined together to bring you the Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle Sale. You get 97 eBooks for just $29.97! A value of over $640!
Now you might be wondering “What do I do with all those eBooks? Would I even WANT all those eBooks?” I promise you there is plenty for everyone! Take a peek below at the titles that are included, and then be sure to come back on [...]
Getting your kids to sleep in their own bed can be a struggle (this is not meant to be a debate on cosleeping!) Having kids in your bed can definitely keep you (and them) from getting a good night’s sleep. I don’t have all the answers, but I thought I would share a post from The Bizy Mommy:
But what I really want you to see is the video below!
Ever been held captive by a sleeping child? I know I have, although not actually IN a baby bed, lol! Gotta love this dad…
Source: somewhere [...]
After coming across a conversation on Facebook by one of my sister bloggers, Christine Wolf, talking about how exhausting all the driving kids around can be, I thought I would write a post with some tips to make the most of the car time. By the other comments on the thread, it was obvious that she was not alone in her sentiments.
So how can you make the most of your time in the car? Check out these 10 tips below:
1. Learn what is going on in the lives of your children and the lives of their peers. If [...]
Sometimes we long for an adventurous life. We want to throw caution to the wind and go with the flow. And in some occasions that may be a good thing, but for the most part, routines and habits can be a good thing. Having the important daily things on autopilot, if you will, gives you more time and more brain power for doing all those other exciting things, even if it is just playing Legos with your kids or taking a walk in the park.
10 things you should do every day*
1. Drink enough water. And be sure [...]
January is here and for many people, that means snow. Whether you live where there is snow all winter long, or where it snows frequently, or where it snows rarely, kids LOVE snow!
I thought I would share some of the most popular children’s books about snow. Most are story books, but 1 or 2 are science or art related. A good list for hitting the library!
10 fun children’s books about SNOW
1. Katy and the Big Snow: Katy, a brave and untiring tractor, who pushes a bulldozer in the summer and a snowplow in the winter, makes it [...]
Kids AND parents both can go a little batty when the weather keeps you cooped up for days on end. I thought I would share some cool ideas I came across that may help relieve a bit of the cabin fever!
10 indoor activities for kids
Most of the sites I am sharing below have a lot more ideas on their blog. Be sure to click around if you see something else you want to try!
If you have an activity idea you want to share, feel free to leave a link in the comments!
Sight Word Parking Lot [...]
I first saw an Elf on the Shelf book and elf about 5 years ago at a holiday event in Atlanta. My kids were older so I was not so intrigued by it, but thought it was a cute idea. One thing that did intrigue me was that the founder and author of the book was from the metro Atlanta area (my hometown).
Well a few years have passed by, and with the phenomenal growth of social media, The Elf on the Shelf has become almost a cult movement (I don’t mean that in a BAD way!) Parents [...]