It’s quite possible that I’ve started my last 5 to 6 posts with “it’s been a while”…I’m not going to check but it is absolutely possible. LOL. How have you been? I’m just making quick stop to tell you we are on Instagram! How exciting, right? Right? Well it is for me. I’m making a… Continue reading We’re on Instagram!
Organization can drastically improve how a family’s school year will progress. In the past our organization consisted of notes on the fridge, memorization (and forgetting of course lol), stacks of school papers, and notes written while driving lol. An organized mess is what I called it. Whether it actually worked or not I cannot… Continue reading Back to School (Command Center)
At the birth of Mommy Usage I was home recovering from major surgery. The task was void of complication due to my free schedule. However, after going back to work it became unquestionably evident that being a single mom blogger was not as simple as it seemed. Juggling kids, work, and home was wacky enough without having… Continue reading Blogging as a Mom (Helpful Tips to Get Started)
Back to school is slightly a catch 22 for me. Handing over easy evenings not centered around tons of homework needing to be completed by uninterested kids, reading, half taken showers, rushed dinners and so on and so forth in exchange for a few hours of quiet me makes me ponder life (exaggeration you all know how I can… Continue reading Back to School Prep
The 2016-2017 school year is right around the corner. The lion’s share of parents are presumably starting to prepare their school age children to head back to the classroom. Book bags, clothes, school supplies, shoes, etc. have no doubt been purchased or will be purchased in the near future. (the master procrastinator…that’s me! LOL…is lagging… Continue reading Back to School Life Hacks
Back in my former life, right after I hit the lottery consecutive times (sarcasm lol), grocery shopping meant buying a barrage of items I didn’t need at the time. In my mind, food was a necessity. That being said a $170 to $200 grocery trip every two weeks seemed normal. Not until my second child… Continue reading Meal Planning
Have you ever gone into deep thought about the amount of one on one time you spend with your children? Time when you aren’t preoccupied with life, cellphones, another child, etc. At times this will weigh on my heart. If these thoughts surface and are unshakable I take it as a sign to start planning one… Continue reading Invest Today