Lisa Hendey shares the "Catholic Through the Year" planning tools from Catholic Sistas.
Spring may be the time we do our cleaning, but this late time in August is when we start to pack in our memories and gear up for another school year. What can we learn from taking
So much of our lives is spent in planning-mode. There are travel plans, party plans, meeting plans, get-the-kids-off-to-camp plans...we want to be ready! And yet, if God was ready for us to return to
Moms can look to mompreneurs for the secret to finding that perfect mix of work and play this summer. Here are 5 steps to have fun while still getting a lot of things done this summer.
My mother taught me to finish what I start and I'm grateful for the lesson. But sometimes I think it's better to call it quits -- especially when letting go is exactly what we need in order
Last weekend, I got an email from my publisher asking me to join something called Trello. I had no idea what Trello was, but it was easy to follow the link, and my publisher promised that being
I literally can’t wait for August 1, 2011. Along with the arrival of my son Eric home from Russia, I’ll be turning the first page of the calendar on my brand new and beautiful Family Centered Planner.
Advent, and Christmas are quickly approaching! Many will begin busying themselves with planning, list-making, shopping, baking and many other activities. While this time of year is fun in many ways it can also be a little overwhelming.
Years and years of being in the “Cult of Franklin,” as my husband jokingly calls it, has conditioned me to a few core time management principles. Of the strongest of these principles is the use of only
I’m not a naturally flexible person. I’d like to be, though. I have great intentions. I’ll set myself up with resolutions and plans of action and set out to conquer my inflexibility. I’ll steam along and talk