OK. Moms. As a famous quote says: You can’t change the waves but you can learn how to surf! Today, let’s try to learn together one easy way to surf the waves so you can become the boss of your time!
More specifically, we’re going to talk about family calendars.
Ha….Planning!! Sometimes, thinking about planning our day makes us cringe a little bit. Working moms or Stay at home moms, we’re all in the same boat, here! When it comes to organizing our life at home, we don’t really fancy adding more structure and complicated plans. After all, family life isn’t really the same as a business meeting, right? Right?? WRONG. Read more
Happy new school year, Moms!
It’s this busy time of the year again when busy moms take the plunge of back to school supplies, routines, lunches… but also endless paperwork to fill in… and new activities to register for!
I’m happy to report that this year, my goal for me and for you is to help us enjoy a low-profile start of the new school year. Wouldn’t it be great to set up simple and achievable goals and schedules? To manage a doable to-do list? Girls, that’s what I’m aiming for this school year. Read more
For years, I’ve been under the feeling that having a “fashion designer’s eye” is a rare gift that some women have… which obviously I had NOT been born with. I also thought that putting together a fashionable or eye-catching outfit for some special occasions was a skill some women probably receive from birth. Don’t they?
Then, wandering the streets of Paris this summer, surrounded by outstanding Parisian style outfits, I kept asking myself the same question: could it be possible to just have a simple recipe to create a no-fail stylish outfit?
Last weeks on the blog, we already discussed two fashion strategies: the Uniform and the Capsule Wardrobe. Today, I’d like to take you in my quest for great outfits and personal style with a third strategy called The Focal Point. Read more
In my previous post I told you how one trip to Paris made me realize how simple strategies can help us, Moms, feel fabulous and stylish all year long… instead of feeling “blah” most days of our busy life as a mom.
Need to check that out again? Read more about Strategy #1 – the Uniform
So this week I’m super excited to tell you all about the second strategy for great fashion and personal style, which is: the Capsule Wardrobe. Read more
Isn’t summer the best season ever when it comes to fashion? As a lot of French women do, I do confess a slight fixation to summer cotton dresses 🙂 What about you, Girls? What do you have in mind when thinking about summer fashion for moms? Read more
Are you cringing at the thought of keeping the house clean enough & tidy enough with all the kids at home all summer long? And for some of us blessed with a large family, did you ever wonder how you’re supposed to keep the house clean and tidy when you’re supervising a tribe of school-free kids AND a baby when you have literally no time, no maid or no money to hire help? Whatever your exact situation may be, dear friend, I can definitely relate.😞
So I gave it a thought of two. In my opinion, there’s a ton of options to keep the house clean enough and tidy enough this summer, even with kids at home. Let’s discover 7 of them:
Hello, moms! How is life going under the sun? If family vacation is on your summer roadmap this year, I’m sure you already gave a thought or two to the clothes and personal items you’re going to pack for the kids. But did you consider using a packing checklist? Let’s dive into this, ladies:
Summer is almost there!😎 Isn’t it exciting to finally enjoy more sun in the city? The countdown for the end of school is definitely in the air guys!! With that in mind, I started browsing Pinterest and I was drawn to simple, easy and unexpected ideas to enjoy super-fun activities with the whole family. So today I’m over excited to share with you my 5 favorites Pinterest picks to help you enjoy super-easy/fun-filled Summer activities!
Ready? Set. Go!
It’s the beginning of June. Everywhere I see kids excited by the incoming summer days and being off the school. I see moms wearing cotton dresses and sunglasses…families putting final touches to their vacation plan…and working moms planning the summer schedule for their kids. Wherever you live, your primary school-aged kids will probably have around 9 weeks off this summer.
Do you realize it’s almot 300 hours of non-school-time for the whole summer?
Hmm…. Am I the only one to cringe a tiny bit at this idea of facing 32 days of unstructured time with my sweet little tribe?