7 Ways to combat and survive the busyness epidemic we live in and restore peace and joy into your life and your family's.
Getting kids ready for school and out the door can be stressful for many families. Here are 5 tips for a stress-free school day morning.
Erika Marie extolls the virtues of the awesome book Catholic Family Fun and gives you a chance to win a copy for your family.
Sarah Reinhard's Catholic Family Fun - A Guide for the Adventurous, Overwhelmed, Creative or Clueless provides an excellent resource for family fun ideas with an ounce of faith mixed in for good measure.
Erika Marie has a book that you'll want to read and share with every mom you know.
In the same way that we made Lenten resolutions, it’s just as important – if not more – to let those sacrifices mean something and set New Easter Resolutions and we celebrate how God “makes all things
You see, evangelization is not the same as proselytization – “inducing someone to convert to one's faith”. When we try and force others to listen to and agree with our point of view or beliefs that isn’t
Do you need some motivation and inspiration to tackle those household “chores”? Here are five quotes from holy people who did their own housework and survived long enough to share a holy approach towards the things in
Erika Marie reviews 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage: Simple Ways for Couples to Grow Closer to God and to Each Other by Jennifer Roback Morse and Betsy Kerekes of The Ruth Institute.
Tis the season to be blah. Erika Marie shares ten tips for beating the winter blues.
Here are some New Year's resolutions that might help you "loosen" up and focus on others instead of you.
Going to Mass with young children can be challenging, to say the least. Here are 7 strategies to help you survive Mass when you're the one taking the kids.
It's true: Erika Marie is dreaming of a Christmas with a lot less toys. She shares some ideas for making this happen and asks you to chime in with your ideas.
Erika Marie offers quick -- yet effective -- tips for confident parenting in an age of conflict.
Last month, I posed a question to our Catholic Mom community, asking how you and your families serve God as a family with young children. We received great responses and suggestions that have inspired me and hopefully