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11 In Homemaking/ Organizing/ Planning/ Productivity

Create an Evening Routine For a Better Morning

If you struggle in the morning, you may want to think about your evenings. What do I mean when I say that? Well, I have learned that in order to have a successful morning, I need to follow a specific evening routine. The success of my morning truly depends on what I do the night before. My routines have changed over the years, depending on the season of life I’m in, and my goals and intentions. But no matter what…

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22 In Personal Growth/ Productivity/ Working From Home

25 Must Read Books For Personal Growth & Development

Whether you call it personal growth or personal development, self help or self improvement; the goal is the same. We want to grow and develop into the kind of person we know we can be.  There are many books out there promising to help you be more, do more, be less, do less. How do you know which ones you should invest in? Which personal growth books are worth your money and your time? Which personal development books will help…

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11 In Healthy Living/ Motherhood

Stay Healthy With Kids During The Winter

Staying healthy with kids during the winter is hard for anyone. If you are a mom of little ones, it can seem impossible. If you are a mom of lots of little people, it can seem…daunting, to say the least. Thankfully, my family has been pretty healthy over the years. We only caught the flu once a few years ago, and it was the B strain, which is the milder of the two. We do get colds and some respiratory…

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0 In Motherhood

Baby Feeding Advice From Professionals

This post is sponsored by Happy Family Brands but the content and all opinions expressed are my own.   I firmly believe that every mom needs community. That may come in different forms, but the intent is still the same. Motherhood is tough, whether you have one child or ten children. It doesn’t get easier with each child, trust me. Some things do, yes. But not all the things. Even after seven kids, I still find myself with questions. Each…

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3 In Motherhood

Why Your Baby’s Gut Health Is Important

This post is sponsored by Evivo but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.   The majority of American babies appear healthy at birth. They are growing, gaining weight and hitting their developmental milestones, which lead us to believe they’ll grow into healthy kids. So why do so many babies who appear healthy on the outside end up with metabolic and autoimmune issues later in life? There are at least two children with food allergies in almost every…

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0 In Family Travel/ Motherhood

My Top 5 Summer Essentials

Summer is here and it is hot! But oh so fun, right? In a way, we are more relaxed in the summer and in another way, we tend to do more. When you are out and about all day, during the hot summer months, you need to remember a few important things to always have on hand. This post is sponsored by Degree Women but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. A FLOPPY HAT- Don’t you love floppy…

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3 In Motherhood

When You Have To Supplement || Transitioning To Bottles

I received product and compensation from Mead Johnson Nutrition and Playtex Baby to create this post written by me. All experiences and opinions expressed in this post are my own and not those of Mead Johnson Nutrition nor Playtex Baby. For questions about Enfamil NeuroPro, you can contact Mead Johnson Nutrition at 1-800-BABY-123 (1-800-222-9123). For questions about Nurser bottles with Drop-Ins liners, you can contact Playtex Baby at 1-888-310-4290. I am a huge advocate for breastfeeding moms and babies. I…

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14 In Bible Study/ Faith/ Motherhood

Why And How To Start Journaling As A Mom

Why should you, as a mom, know how to start journaling?  Journaling can be a way of freedom for the mom that feels stuck, either mentally or physically.   What do I mean?   Well, when I was a teenager I had a lot of issues.  I had overprotective parents and zero friends. Yea, it was a bad situation.  So during the summers I really had nothing to do, no camp, no parks, nothing except time to journal. This outlet…

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5 In Bible Study/ Faith/ Homeschooling/ Motherhood

A Bible Journal For Moms | FROM THE HEART Journal

Have you ever been too busy to spend time with God? Yeah, me too. It’s not that I don’t want to…I really, truly do. I crave that time with my Bible and the Lord. But as a busy homeschooling mom of 7, I know there is always something to do, always someone who needs something. I know, without a doubt, that if I spend time with God each day, he will bless that time abundantly and help me get through…

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3 In Blogging/ Personal Growth/ Pruvit

GEM Personality Test For Work At Home Moms

I have always found personality tests so interesting. They give insight into who I am, but more importantly, they show me how to work well with others. As a home business owner, I find it so helpful when I know how to connect with others and bring out the best in them. The 4 Personality Gems test is one of my favorites and comes from the motivational speaker Dani Johnson.  Johnson says, “You have all four Gem characteristics in you. …

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