Beauty tips for busy moms are a great way to look your best without investing time you don’t have to spare. When I look bad on the outside, I kinda feel bad on the inside.
Before I had kids, I used to have an image in my head of what a ‘mom’ looked like. She was a fashion trend or two behind the times and more worried about the next toddler tantrum than her personal appearance.
But there are a few simple ways being a mom can look more fabulous and less frazzled.
Beauty tips for busy moms can help you look your best in a flash!
Fevers can be scary, but what do you really need to know about fevers in children?
Tis the season for fevers! Our family has been suffering for cabin fever since November, but today my son has a fever of a different kind.
As a concerned mother, I thought it was important to share a little info about fevers in children to help you make the best decision for your child.
Although I am no doctor (and nothing I have to say is more important than what your doctor will tell you), I have taken it upon myself to better understand fevers.
Is it possible to stay sane on a road trip with kids? The word travel makes me think of one thing; ARE WE THERE YET?
Surprise! Our family is taking an unexpected road trip in less than 36 hours! With little time to prepare, I’m wondering how crazy this road trip with kids will make me! We haven’t had months to plot out every potty along the way or strategic stops at various attractions along our way.
Tomorrow I’ll pack. But tonight, I’m putting the time into how can we make the most of our time together in the car.
When my husband asks what I did each day, I always reply like an angsty teenager. “Nothing,” I say with a shrug. Each and every moment of time was devoted to must-dos, leaving little to no time for those want-to-dos that get overlooked. The reality is, there are plenty of reasons why mom gets nothing done. Poor woman can’t even find a moment to go to the bathroom alone.
Mom gets nothing done from her to-do list but what she thinks is nothing, is just what the family needs to be happy and functional.
I couldn’t tell you what day of the week it is without looking at an electronic device, but somehow another year has happened. At a time when everyone else is reflecting on their accomplishments, I’m assessing all of the things that I didn’t do this year. My shameful to-do list often consists of tasks which have carried over from previous days, weeks, and months of neglect because of other higher priority tasks. Mom gets nothing done despite her exhaustion. Geesh, adulting is hard.