I believe that life is
A Growing Experience
Something to Experience Everyday
We become parents and life gets hard. Maybe we are a single parent, a parent with a partner, a low-income parent, a gay parent, a white parent, a black parent, a Christian parent, a Hindu parent, a Muslim parent, a Jewish parent, Grandparent, or adoptive parent, but in the end, we are someone’s mommy or daddy.
So how do we provide peace in our world, our child’s world, our family’s world? There are many studies on what that means, but first, you must learn to be mindful of your well-being and achieve peace within.
I hope that you will enjoy this site and it will give you some perspective on how SELF-CARE can provide you PEACE.
I'm an empty nester, I have raised my kids, but I will never stop being a mother.
Follow along as I take you on my journey from stressed-out mother to a persistent self-care learner that finally brought peace and happiness to my family. My hope is to help you learn from those first chaotic days of parenting (and beyond!) how to be mindful of your well-being, your finances, and achieve peace within while teaching your children the same. Read more here....
From The Blog
Better Sleep Is All About the Bed and Bedtime
Guest post by Julia Merrill from Befriend Your Doc Better Sleep For Everyone Getting the recommended amount of sleep every night is difficult for people of all ages. Work and caring for a family are enough to keep many adults awake long into the night, and schoolwork assigned to children can cut into their night’s […]
Planning for Care: Parents of Disabled Children Must Consider Extended Needs
Planning for care of disabled children what you need to know. Guest post by Sara Bailey of thewidow.net Being a parent of a child with a disability, you are concerned about their future health and well-being. There is no way to guarantee a life of comfort for your child. There are things you can do […]
Advice on Self-care for Supermom
Can you tackle self-care for supermom? You say your Supermom and you can tackle anything. Supermom was everywhere in late 1980, and early 1990’s when I had my children Supermom could do everything and be everywhere. I believed I was that person. That meant I could do self-care for supermom. I had two small children, […]
4 Budget-Savvy Tips to Prevent Family Trips from Stressing Out Parents
4 Budget-Savvy Tips Guest Post from https://wellparents.com/ 4 Budget-savvy tips can help you out if you… Are you looking to take your family on a summer road trip? These budget-savvy tips can definitely help you out. Or perhaps you’re anticipating a holiday flight to visit with family? No matter where your plans take you or […]