Housekeeping · Time Management

Finding Time . . . to Manage a Household

As promised, here is the third and final post in this series on time management.  This time I’ll look at the  part kids and chores play in the managing of a household. During the baby and toddler stage, mom and dad get to do it all.  Then gradually, as the kids get a little older, we enter the challenging stage of doing it… Continue reading Finding Time . . . to Manage a Household

Housekeeping · Time Management

15 Minutes to Intentional Living–Housekeeping

Housekeeping It seems we’re talking all things housekeeping this week, after Tuesday’s Tip. To catch you up if you missed last week’s post, we started talking about stealing the small, hidden moments in our days and making the most out of them–making them count. You know, like when you’re waiting for a pan to heat up,…

Housekeeping · Time Management

Finding Time . . . to Get It All Done

Homeschooling, laundry, grocery shopping, balancing the checkbook, getting three meals a day on the table, keeping the house reasonably clean and tidy. . . . the list could go on and on; how’s a body to get it all done?  Well, in the first place, “getting it all done” is a misnomer — it’s never… Continue reading Finding Time . . . to Get It All Done

Housekeeping · Time Management

Finding Time . . . To Be Alone

As a homeschooling mom of five kids, who happens to be an introvert,  I often find myself craving alone time.  I love my kids, and as I wrote in my story, Behind the Blog, I find great fulfillment in motherhood and homemaking.  Even though that is the case, however, I also need time just to be alone . . . to… Continue reading Finding Time . . . To Be Alone