Looking for a few great reads right now? Here are the best books of 2019… happy reading, friends!
What I’m going to share with you in this post is my general anti-viral protocol and, above all, common sense habits that we should all be practicing anyway.
The world is encountering something we’ve never had to face before, at least not in my life time: A global pandemic. I’ve been doing the same thing everyone else has this week: trying to process the context in which we find ourselves living right now. This morning, Fox News released the statement that the Coronavirus … Read More about An Introvert’s Perspective on the COVID19 Quarantine
When you’re raising kids, everything can’t be a big deal. But some things matter- a lot! Here are ten things that matter to me as a Christian mom.
My rule of thumb: choose quality clothing that is multi-seasonal. I hope you enjoy a peek at my wardrobe essentials for the winter-to-spring-season!
I’m thirty-nine years old today. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than giving a nod to the books which shaped me as a woman, wife, mom & educator.
Whether you’re a newbie or veteran home educator, homeschooling can feel hard. Here’s the good news: you can do it, and it’s totally worth it!
A lot of these will resound with all introverted personalities; but to the INTJ female, the majority of these quirks and traits will likely feel very normal.
If you’re a fellow introvert, or if you simply find yourself feeling a bit worn down during the winter season, here are my winter self-care tips for introverts.
How do you love well at the table with young kids in the mix? Here are five simple ideas that help us keep meal times intentional.