Happy Mom Life
Being a mom is not an easy job! We’re all about breaking craziness into manageable tidbits for more joy and less stress.
Appreciate and embrace the season for what it is and make a point to fit these five things into your schedule before winter is over.
When done safely and correctly shoveling snow can be an awesome workout, which means if you had to shovel yourself out before work this morning you have the perfect excuse to skip the gym.
From Christmas sweaters to Reindeer Antlers there are certain fashion looks that are always a hit, no matter what kind of crowd you find yourself in at a holiday party or get together.
‘Corn-cobbing’ is a word my mom and I made up to describe what’s become an annual activity in recent years: walking harvested corn fields in the fall looking for corn cobs the farmer’s combine missed.
Paper snowflakes are easy to make, once you get the folding part down (which is also surprisingly easy). And it’s so fun to see what you get after the cutting is done and it’s time to unfurl them.
Orange clove balls are one of the easiest, best-smelling projects ever and they last a nice long time. Pomanders give off a delicate “orange and spice” scent that gives everyone the warm holiday fuzzies, but they’re also surprisingly adaptable to different seasons and uses.
Leaf pressing is a kid-friendly way to enjoy the outdoors and preserve the beauty of the season long after the snows come.
I’m hosting a small get-together later today and while I was out walking I came up with this idea for a last-minute centerpiece.