I made a conscious effort to figure out what would make me the happiest. What things gave me the most bang for my buck, so to speak. And the rest I just let go. Is there a way to just be happier? Or is the real secret to stop making yourself crazy with the things that don’t matter?
When you’re a mom and an artist you are bound to make big beautiful artsy messes. It comes with the territory. Before you start twitching because there is glitter all over your floor or you redecorate your entire house to match your kid’s finger paint palette, read on for a few effective and safe clean-up tips that might just save you a headache or two.
Your child is approaching or in preadolescence. This new phase of development may seem fairly natural and normal to you, but it’s probably the exact opposite to your child. Puberty can be embarrassing, awkward and scary. For that reason, any puberty advice or information you give your child now is only going to help their comfort level during this transitional time.