Sometimes, it’s the small things that have the greatest impact–like a wall hook precisely where your kid needs it or the exact right size and number of laundry baskets for your family. In today’s episode, Meagan and Sarah are sharing easy home hacks and perfect products that are making their lives just a little bit less aggravating. As busy moms, too often, we just deal with the minor annoyances that seem trivial . . . until we’re grinding our teeth because the charger we need is missing (yet again!) We hope that listening to this episode will help you identify the persistent frustrations in your own home and inspire you to brainstorm some solutions. Yes, it might mean spending a few extra bucks or recruiting a helping hand, but we promise: The long-term satisfaction is so worth it.
We’re not experts…we’re two moms with lots of kids and dirty floors. Join Meagan and Sarah as we share our go-to products for keeping a clean-enough house, and feel better about your own dusty corners as we confess the aspects of housekeeping we’re just not great at. We share our favorite way to get dog pee out of the carpet, some tricks for keeping multi-use products like white vinegar and baking soda at the ready, and our shared habit of acquiring a LOT of devices for cleaning floors (and yet? the floors are still dirty). Welcome to 2022, friends. Come on in to our not-very-clean houses for Episode 346!
When we’re faced with the messes of motherhood, what cleaning products always come to the rescue? We asked our contributors to tell us about the cleaning products they can’t live without.
The Mom Hour Co-Host and Executive Producer Meagan Francis joins Sarah Powers (and Sarah’s daughter, Allegra) to share how she started embroidery, her favorite creations, and her tips on getting started.
After all of the work that moms put into the holidays, we want them to have some fun and dream about what they want! We asked our contributor team to share one gift that they hope to receive this year.
We asked our contributor team to share the gifts that the big kids (ages 7+) in their lives are excited to receive, and what they, as moms, are excited to give kids this holiday season. Enjoy!