Picture this: You’re pushing a grocery cart with two bored toddlers. Even though you don’t feel well, you have to feed the family more than stale crackers.You have a long list in your hand, but you’re sure that you forgot to put something on it that you just can’t remember. Somehow, you have to find a way to fit your groceries in that cart with the squirmy toddlers. You take the kids out of the … [Read more...] about Why I’m Grocery Shopping Online – Try It!
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Do you ever feel overwhelmed? I sure do. Being a parent brings a new level of chaos to your life. It’s no longer just about you, and it’s often not about you at all. I have yet to meet anyone who doesn't at least start out as an overwhelmed parent. You have someone reliant upon you, and you can’t just let your child run off with no direction. How can you … [Read more...] about 3 Ways an Overwhelmed Parent Regains Focus
Hi, my name is Amy, and I'm a slob. Hi Amy. When we had kids, hubby had to get used to chaos. I was relieved to have company. But the reality is, I've got a pattern of bad habits, and I need to start replacing them with good ones. Here's the first one...I have a bad habit of putting myself down. I have improved some of my habits. I'm packing lunches more, I'm cooking dinner more (or … [Read more...] about Settling My Account(ability)
OK, that doesn't sound as cool as Snow Day, but you gotta work with what you've got. I was just thinking about the Best Laid Plans quote. The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry. (Robert Burns) I often forget that my best-laid plan can go awry easily. Yeah, sometimes I can blame MS, and sometimes I can blame the kids, but when I'm being honest, I really just need to blame myself. … [Read more...] about Sleet Day!