What does Tami Kiser advise moms who just can’t face one more sinkful of dirty dishes?
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Tami Kiser shares some Smart Martha tips about saving money on your children’s activities. Have you given some of these a try? How do you cut the cost of team sports, music lessons and more?
Tami Kiser, aka Smart Martha, gives some new, creative, as well as tried and true, best practice advice on how families can save money in Part 1 of this article. Stayed tuned next month for more on this topic!
Good children’s stories can fill their minds with lessons of faith. Tami Kiser explains how “Pete the Cat” books not only offer valuable lessons for children, but also for moms who need constant reminders of God’s loving care and providence.
The Pope is on retreat meditating of these powerful questions from the Gospel. Here is a chance for your own mini-retreat based on those same questions with a few thoughts to get you started, not from Fr. Ermes Ronchi who is leading the Pope and other members of the Roman Curia, but just a mom from South Carolina.
Let me shelter the homeless or give drink to the thirsty or even bury the dead, but a three-year-old’s temper tantrum? Show mercy then? Tami Kiser shares her experience of showing mercy to her screaming child.
Join us as we prepare for the Year of Mercy by participating in a 33 day Marian Consecration retreat using the book 33 Days to Morning Glory by Fr. Michael E. Gaitley, MIC.
Tami Kiser shares some simple ideas for your family or group’s All Saint’s Day Celebrations–even if you aren’t going full-out party.
Liturgical celebrations don’t have to be complicated. Tami Kiser offers a simple way to remember Mary on September 8, the feast of her birthday.
What’s the worst tragedy that can happen to your child? Tami Kiser writes about one such tragedy but also the hope that comes when following the example of St. Monica.
It’s supposed to be vacation. But most of us are still stuck with those tiresome tasks of shopping, meal planning, and meal preparation. Here is a simple solution that our family has been doing to “take a little vacation” from these tasks so mom can enjoy a little summer break, too. It’s especially helpful when everyone chips in and helps!