Blog Posts

Feb 8, 2019
When your kids are running around the house, you’ve probably spent time wondering how to get their energy out in a fun and engaging way. Instead of sending them outside to play, consider taking them on a date! A fun outing that both you and your little one will enjoy is a great way to keep them entertained, but they also provide special quality time for you to bond with your child. For parents with more than one child, it is important to spend time individually with them so they feel loved and appreciated, and it will help you build even stronger bonds.
Jan 31, 2019
By Tracy Lane
You know what kind of parent, friend, partner, and employee you are based on your Enneagram. Now let’s have a  little fun and see how you’ll approach Rhea Lana’s as a 3 or 7 or whatever you are. If you don’t know your Enneagram number, find it here first. And then let us know if this Rhea Lana’s Event Guide nails you or not.
1: The Perfectionist
Jan 24, 2019
By Tracy Lane
So you KonaMarie’d all weekend? Way to go.
Your closets and dresser drawers are looking great! But I’m about 99% sure that your clutter is still piled in your corner.  No shame in that! This morning my husband asked what I’m actually going to do with that huge black trash bag full of our formerly used things.
Jan 17, 2019
By Tracy Lane
If you’re not contemplating piling all of your clothes onto your bed this weekend, per Marie Kondo’s tidying advice, who even are you? It seems like every Instagram story is another picture of someone’s closet mound. Those I like. The pictures I’m jealous of are the neat and decluttered closet aftermath. Seeing those all week long were enough to convince me to grab a stack of black trash bags and start sorting. 
Jan 11, 2019
By Tracy Lane
“I am SO SICK of making their beds!” I think I almost growled it to my husband who was wondering why I was already so huffy at 6:45am. He offered a brilliant solution: Don’t make them anymore.
That sounds nice for the three other members of our family who go somewhere every day and forget about the undone housework left behind. But I work from home. I cannot think with unmade beds and a messy house, so leaving them unmade wasn’t an option.
Jan 3, 2019
By Tracy Lane
With the toy influx brought on from December, I can't help but notice how many toys my kids have. Seriously, they're everywhere. I could spend all day cleaning toys, and in no less than 5 minutes, our house is a complete mess again. 
But over the last couple weeks of being home together, I've had time to observe what my kids play with and what they don't play with. This way, as I declutter and purge, I don't feel like I need to involve them in the process.
Dec 26, 2018
By Tracy Lane
“This year was awful. Just awful,” my friend shared over lunch today. “I can’t wait to get on to the next one!” Her year was worse than awful. She was diagnosed and rigorously treated for a deadly disease. She lost a family member. She endured hurtful family drama after the loss of said family member. What a hard year, we both lamented.
Dec 19, 2018
Get ready for a Christmas movie marathon! The creative minds at Shari's Berries have put together a yummy pairing guide for everyone's favorite Christmas movies and delicious snacks to eat while watching them!
Dec 13, 2018
By Tracy Lane
If you haven’t been to a holiday party yet, then you’re probably hosting it. The busyness of this season makes it all the merrier. So here are a few ideas we’ve gathered to make bringing your people together easy and fun.
Dec 6, 2018
By Allie Pace
As a little girl I went over to my friend’s house to play. Upstairs in her playroom is where I saw the most beautiful dollhouse I had ever seen! This wasn’t like the Barbie dream house I had in my playroom. It was handmade by her Grandfather. White scalloped trim, little shutters, rooms with wallpaper, adorable furniture that furnished each room. Even as a kid, I knew it was special.