Do you ever feel like a flip-flop that's fallen into the sea? You know, like you're tossed around by every little wind and wave that comes your way?
If so, set aside a day to get some planning done. Not once a year, or once a month, but once a week.
Trust me, you will get much, much more done during the rest of your week if you can do all those tasks that require a little more thinking and focus on one day...
I hear it a lot: "I really need to get better about having the kids do chores."
And you know what? I totally understand, because I used to be in the same struggle. I knew I should be training the kids to value hard work and to be part of a family, but I couldn't quite make it practical.
Read on to find out the one utterly simple concept that makes Kid Chores work for me...
Confession: I would totally rather be painting or writing or knitting or decorating something than swishing the toilet bowl.
What? You, too? No way. Wait... Do you ever feel guilty if you're working on special projects? Even if they are things that need to be done? Me, too!
Or do you ever put off those projects, just because you can't figure out when to squeeze them in? Me, too!
Or at least I used to! Read on to find out how I made time for Projects and got rid of my silly guilt...
Want to have a cozy, clean home without constantly stressing over it?
Homemaking changes with the seasons of life.
Just when you have things under control:
Keep reading to find out how giving yourself a weekly Kitchen Day can help you get your kitchen work done without having to stress about it…
Welcome to Sweet Messy Faith! I'm Anna Travis: Daughter of the King, Wife to Paul, and Mama to four. The purpose of this blog is to encourage you to thrive at home!
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