I have a lot of feelings as we approach this new chapter as a family. I am so excited to meet your little sister and see you as a big sister, and I am sad that our time with you as the only one is coming to a close. am both grieving the inevitable absence of our one-on-one time, and also am so excited to see you in this new role of big sister.
The One Decision That Helped Me Manage Overwhelming Paper Clutter
As a decluttering coach, I get asked for tips on how to tidy everything home-related, but here’s a little secret: papers are my favorite category to tidy, and I’m going to share my number one tip.
Encourage Independence In Preschoolers With A “Quiet Time” Routine
There’s something glorious that happens every day in the early afternoon: I work on writing in my room with a cup of tea while my daughter, immersed in her imagination, works on a self-directed craft project building her stuffed owl a swing from construction paper: this is the magic of quiet time.
What Teachers & Educators Wish Parents Knew About Making School Decisions
Starting to think about school choices for Fall 2023? You’re not alone. It’s the time of year when a lot of families are starting to think about school decisions, like how to choose a school, how to know whether your child is ready for kindergarten, or just how to best support your child’s education. We have several educators on our contributor team and last winter we asked for their advice on some common questions – enjoy their wisdom as we revisit it this year!
MORE Best Of The Oldies! 5 Of Our Team’s Favorite Episodes
Have you heard!? All episodes from our enormous archives are now available in most popular podcast apps! (Previously, the apps showed only the most recent 300 episodes – less than half our catalog!) To celebrate, we’re spotlighting some of our team’s favorite episodes from the early days of the podcast. Here are five oldies that have stood the test of time.
Make Budgeting FUN In 2023 With These Resources
Starting to budget can feel overwhelming. There are so many directions to go, different systems, different accounts, and how do you know how much you’re actually spending on groceries? At the most basic level, I see budgeting as simply understanding what money is coming in and how it’s going out. Thanks to the internet, if you’re feeling overwhelmed about budgeting or finances there are some great Instagram accounts, podcasts, and apps that can help. These are some of the financial resources that I look to the most, I hope that you find something you can learn from, too!
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