That was enough, right? I was getting by. I couldn’t even remember what I enjoyed doing for myself, much less actually partaking in self-care.
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Limited living space, combined with the fact that our toddler won’t play with toys in his actual room, I often look up to find a sea of toys and books.
It isn’t uncommon for me to wake up and decide I want to paint a room. I love transforming a space with just a gallon or two of paint!
Feel like every day is a struggle just to keep up? Sara shows us how she modifies obligations and her own expectations to bring back the joy of daily life.
It’s time for a victory garden! As a family, we’ve harvested good food and valuable life lessons from our vegetable garden.
With two daughters sharing a room, and a third daughter on the way, Christy shares how she’s sharing her office with her new baby in this nursery reveal.
Several years ago, I spent WAY TOO MUCH TIME holding a garage sale. No more. Selling on Facebook is the way to go, for me.
Hygge is a Danish way of living together happily, cozily. Cozy isn’t just a cold-weather experience. Here are ways you can embrace hygge year-round.
Preparing three square meals per day is one of my least favorite things about being a mom. If you dislike meal planning and cooking too, here are some tips.
I love this lemon tart recipe. There’s really no messing it up. Honestly. It’s as easy as making lemon bars from a boxed mix–and tastes better too!