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I coach moms who are trying to find the balance between motherhood and homemaking, plus other things like homeschooling, working outside the home or working from home.
I teach them how to establish routines and systems to bring balance and joy to the trenches of motherhood; while providing encouragement, inspiration and tools to equip them to live their best mom life.
Life with children doesn’t have to be a disaster…although there will be days.
We know that the roles as mother and homemaker are a huge blessing, but we can also feel overwhelmed, overworked, under-appreciated and frustrated.
I am passionate about helping moms ditch survival mode, by getting rid of clutter, being intentional with their time, and embracing homemaking, so they can enjoy motherhood in the trenches.
A blessed life can be ours by the choices we make as mothers. When we simplify our home and family life we can do more than just survive, we can thrive!
Who This Is For:
· This is the place for moms who are overwhelmed by juggling it all
· This is for the mom who is exhausted, but knows motherhood is meant to be a joy and not a burden
· This is for those people who are wanting to learn
· This is for those who often feel behind and rarely reaches what she hopes to accomplish
· This is for those that want to move forward, but feel stuck
Who This Is Not For:
· This is not for the person who isn’t willing to work for something better
· This is not for the person who is looking for an instant, quick fix…this is a process and a lifestyle
· This is not for someone who will get offended if I talk about my faith and how it has affected my journey as wife, mother and homemaker
If it sounds like this is the place for you and you want to be more intentional and purposeful in your home and life, but you’re not sure where to start? Start here:
Hope for The Exhausted Mom:
14 Strategies to Prevent and Overcome Overwhelm for Moms:
12 Habits of An Organized Mom:
Decluttering-The First Step to Getting Organized:
9 Reasons We Fail at Organization:
Meal Planning and Recipes
Simplified Meal Planning:
7 Easy Slow Cooker Meals:
Are you a homeschooling mama? Check out these posts.
Balancing Homeschool and Homemaking:
Homeschooling Pros and Cons:
The Not So Pretty Confessions of A Homeschool Mom
Mom’s love what I’m sharing because it’s simple, practical and totally doable.
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37 Random Facts About Me:
I am the oldest child of 6 and the only girl
My grade 7 year I did school in 3 different countries (Canada, USA and the Philippines-my parents were missionaries)
My husband and my mom are my best friends
I’m the mother of 4 and I feel like I fail on a daily basis
I only attempt a DIY project if it won’t take too long…I like seeing results quickly
When I was 12 I got so sick I almost died
I am a complete nerd when it comes to organizing
I actually enjoy cleaning
Having my own business has been my dream since I was young
If I could choose a super power it would be to have the stretchy arms of the mom from the Incredibles…think about how useful those would be!! I could be doing laundry downstairs while cooking dinner upstairs. Now that’s some fancy multi-tasking ;)
When I was little I dumped out my doctor kit and filled it with pens, paper and a calculator and declared I wanted to be an administrative assistant instead
I love to talk about all things homemaking
I’m not overly sentimental
I am a huge fan of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream (The Tonight Dough is my favourite)
I have 4 kids…3/4 were over 10lbs when they were born
Hallmark movies are my go-to choice
We don’t own a T.V….when we watch anything it’s on the computer (see above comment)
I’m a bit of a control freak
I love having a minivan
I learned to drive in a 15 passenger van…it was a beast…and super embarrassing
I was afraid to try anything artsy and didn’t think I was creative until I had a few kids
I’ve moved more times in my life than I can count (my parents were missionaries and when they weren’t doing that they were building and selling houses…we moved A LOT)
I consider chocolate a food group
I never intended to be a blogger and yet here I am
I went to Australia and India as a missionary when I was 18. I was stepping off a train in India right after 9/11 happened
I make a mean homemade hot chocolate and iced salted caramel blended coffee
I’m an experimental cook…recipes are just for inspiration
I don’t drink coffee. At least not regularly. I love coffee flavour, but I prefer it with milk/cream and flavoured syrup of some type. Latte’s and mocha are my treat drink of choice when I go out for “coffee”.
My favourite colour is purple, but not just any purple.
I love ALL the moving parts of running a business at home. Blogging, graphics, social media…all of it!
I was homeschooled off and on throughout my life, but never thought I’d homeschool my own children even though I enjoyed being home-schooled.
But I’ve homeschooled my kids since the start, but I don’t always want to.
I am a Christ follower. My desire is to live my best life in all the roles that I have and bring glory to Him.
My husband and I got married in September 2004. After being married for a few months, we decided we would wait 2 years before trying for a baby. What we didn’t realize was I was already pregnant. Our oldest daughter was born October 2005.
Giving gifts makes me happy, but not just any gift; I love giving well thought out, practical gifts that I know will be enjoyed.
A meal plan makes me feel like I have conquered the upcoming week, and meals in the freezer, the upcoming month!
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