Category Archives: Motivation

Family Friday: Caring for Mom

Family Friday: Caring for Mom

On Fridays we will share some ideas on how to improve your family values or life. The hope is that as you end a busy week and enter the weekend with your family that you can reflect on these ideas and connect as a family through them. If you ever come across something you thinkRead More

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Yoga Pants or Bust(ed)

Yoga Pants or Bust(ed)

This is a guest blog by Donna Vaught. Donna is the mastermind behind The Closet Hound and The Closet Hound Finds. She shares her passion and knowledge about fashion and clothes through closet clean outs, styling consultations and most importantly she helps you feel good in the clothes you wear. Oh, how I would loveRead More

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How to Appreciate NO Housework Day

How to Appreciate NO Housework Day

Don’t you just love a good excuse to NOT do housework? Well here is a great one, today April 7, 2015, is No Housework Day. So kick up your heels or boots, and feel relieved to have a valid excuse to do NOTHING around the house but enjoy the day. I’m actually right in theRead More

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10 Great Memory Verses for Boys & How to Teach Them

10 Great Memory Verses for Boys & How to Teach Them

As Christian moms, we all know that hiding the Word in our young ones’ hearts will benefit them for the rest of their lives. Let’s be honest, though… how many of our kids jump up and down when we tell them we want them to memorize something? We want our boys to be warriors forRead More

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The End of March Madness

The End of March Madness

Until I was 24 years old April 1st was about April Fool’s Day….centered round jokes, pranks and having fun, especially with my mother. Then on April 1, 2000 I walked into the church I had attended since I was a child and shared how my mother was a lover of jokes, pranks and laughter. WeRead More

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Zombie Giveaway

Zombie Giveaway

Have you ever wanted to be locked in a room with a zombie? Would you like to experience a date night, night out, or family event that is adventurous, fun, and different? Click here to read my review and find out more details regarding the event: Locked in a Room with a Zombie. We areRead More

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I am a Survivor of Suicide

I am a Survivor of Suicide

I always knew how my mom would die. From an early age she told me she would end her life, she always said it would be after she had grandchildren. It wasn’t anything morbid or weird to me, just a fact of life and something I knew would happen. I never questioned it. She LIVEDRead More

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As We Role Past 500: Counting our Irish Blessings

As We Role Past 500: Counting our Irish Blessings

Did you attend a St. Patrick’s Day Parade? Are you feeling lucky this year? Well, we WiseMommies are feeling exceptionally ecstatic, green, and lucky this year. Last week, our pot of gold was delivered in the form of 500 likes on Facebook for our blog and we are already nearing 600. Yeah!! Thank you to allRead More

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Making Memories Forever

Making Memories Forever

When my husband and I were dating we started talking about the future like any other couple. How many kids, where we would live, what our life would be like as we grew old. We started to plan the whole future based on what we expected to happen. LIFE GETS SERIOUS About six months intoRead More

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To Love, Honor and Launder?

To Love, Honor and Launder?

Laundry gives the greatest meaning to the word Chores, with a capital C. Especially since the birth of my twins, I have developed a real love-hate relationship with laundry. A couple of months ago, I even wrote and posted, “How and Why We Can Be Thankful For Laundry.” As I also mentioned in that post,Read More

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