Friend and fellow writer Emily Rowntree wrote today’s post. Emily writes about the spiritual gift of discernment. You don’t always need to stand on your own. In our American culture, the accepted societal “norm” is for little girls to learn,… Read More »Self-Care for the Overly Independent Heart
Prioritizing self-care is difficult in the best of times, when life is relatively calm. But when we’re entering our second holiday season during a pandemic? It seems like an impossible task. And yet, self-care during the holidays is vitally important.… Read More »Prioritizing Self-Care During the Holidays
Should kids get allowance? I won’t bury the lede: Our kids do receive allowance, and it is tied to their morning boards, our chore system. Families address the question of whether kids should get allowance in a variety of ways;… Read More »Should Kids Get Allowance? For Us, It’s a Resounding YES!
On Instagram recently, I shared one of my best parenting hacks related to kids and chores in a Friday introduction. One friend and follower asked for a more detailed explanation, and I decided it was worth writing about in detail.… Read More »Kids and Chores: How Inexpensive White Boards Revolutionized Our Mornings
I wrote this post for my friend Siv Ricketts’ blog. It’s exciting to collaborate with other writers! (You might remember I hosted Siv’s words here a couple weeks ago.) If you are a newsletter subscriber, it’s no surprise that I… Read More »Reading Is Self-Care (a Guest Post)