I am literally counting down the days until June 1st. By that time, school will be over, curriculum deadlines will have been met (or not), Jared will be settled for his summer internship with Artios Outpost, the snow should be gone, weather should be warmer and I won’t have a weekly drive to Denver each week. That means, a long… Read More
Becoming a Confident Mom Susan Heid is a PCI Certified Parent Coach and Certified Family Manager Coach and founder of The Confident Mom, where she is dedicated to mentoring and encouraging woman to make small intentional changes in their home, becoming more organized, peaceful and confident in their roles as moms. Susan enthusiastically wears the hat of mom, stepmom, foster… Read More
Daniele is just a woman on a journey towards intentional and meaningful living, which simply means she is trying to live according to my priorities. She is wildly eclectic in many areas, but deeply committed to my faith, home and family. She loves Jesus and find Him alone to be the answer to true serenity. She is wife to one amazing man, and her best friend & confidant…. Read More
Like many homeschooling families, we are a family of book lovers. Each of our children’s spouses have fit right in to a book loving family; they love books, too. When we moved into this house almost ten years ago, we had simple pine floor to ceiling shelving built in the room the previous owner used for a dining room. Our… Read More
Do these types of nights and days sound familiar to you? I sat down on Sunday night with our son’s school planner and a very simple plan: wake up early and get a full day’s school in before the older two leave for dance classes and I drive the youngest to her book club meeting at the library. But I… Read More
So much to do and so little time that we try and do multiple tasks all at the same time. But at what price. In this nine minute podcast, Lori Lane, editor of Heart of the Matter Online, shares some thoughts on the benefits and dangers of multi-tasking.