1. Visit a local Orchard. Pick your own apples and then go home and make a homemade apple pie! Making a pie with kids will be time consuming, no doubt, but it’ll be a memory they’ll never forget!
2. Paint pumpkins. Who wants to wait until a few days before Halloween to carve pumpkins? Let your kids paint/decorate a pumpkin now to start getting into the holiday spirit!
I always thought I’d be a working mom. I never thought I’d be a traveling for work working mom.
A hardworking hospice nurse, Cheryl Price, delicately cared for many families during their aging parents’ and grandparents’ last stages of life. One of those families ended up unexpectedly changing her life.
When you never meant to even do it and then you become the best at it, growing a business and serving people becomes a grown-into dream come true.
1. Save time and money and shop a Rhea Lana’s event near you! One stop shopping, great prices, what’s not to love?! And a pro-tip from a seasoned vet... volunteer at the event so you can shop early and find all the best outfits before everyone else! (Below is an example volunteer chart so you can see how early you would get to shop if you volunteered!)
As I waited for a safe gap to turn across traffic, I glanced in my rearview mirror and saw two empty car seats. Where just moments before there was happy chatter filling that backseat, now there was silence. Where two smiling faces normally obscured my rear view, now I could see wide and clear out the back SUV window.
Every mom knows that a school going kid is a hungry kid. With an early morning wakeup call, catching the bus as the sun comes up, and a morning full of social and intellectual engagement, the goods in that home-packed lunch box are key to helping our kids have energy for the day.
But what in the world do you put in their lunch boxes every single morning? We’ve got some lunch ideas and packing protocols that will help a mama out.
You did it! You survived the summer with your kids. And now you’re handing them over to the brave soul who will spend every day with them in their respective classrooms. Sorry not sorry that you’ll be sipping your Starbucks kid free until fall break at least.
For roughly 160,000 hours our moms
-studied our likes and dislikes so we would choose to eat the food on our plates,
-discerned our strengths and talents so that they could guide us into activities where we would not be mocked in middle school, and