Today I’m sharing the best hacks for getting out of the house on time for preschool. These simple tricks can help you create a stress-free preschool morning routine with your toddler! I pinky promise I am going to try extra hard not to get all emotional and cliched in this post, but I mean, come on. Preschool?! It honestly feels like just yesterday I was
These meal planning hacks are without a doubt, life-changing. You’ll never meal plan the same way again. Dinnertime, things just got real. Let’s do some math for a minute, shall we? I promise, it will be fun. We’ll call it Mom Math. Okay, so there are 7 days in a week and 24 hours in a day. Let’s say you spend: 3 hours sleeping 19,093
Inside: Learn easy Montessori Hacks you can do at home with your toddler or preschooler. These Montessori-inspired set-ups are so simple, you can most likely start today! You don’t have to send your toddler to an expensive preschool for them to experience a Montessori education. There are so many things parents and caregivers can do at home to engage kids in Montessori-style learning principles. Follow
I totally realize that I’m promising big things with the title of this post. And let me just say this, I will not over-promise and under-deliver, because honestly, no one has time for that. Most of us love a good time-saving hack. And it’s no surprise that the most popular post on this site shares places to clean you probably never even thought about. So why
Ever have just a plain old bad day with your toddler? I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have my fair share. I think it’s safe to say it comes with the territory of being a toddler mom. Hopefully these tips can help you survive, and turn that bad day around. Let me start off by saying: I do not have all the answers.
These time & money-saving hacks will hopefully save you, well, some time and some money! Today we’re sharing some simple tips that will help simplify your life! Sometimes I think about life before “hacks” – you know, before Pinterest and Buzzfeed, before 823 clever uses for Mason jars or How To Chalkboard Your Entire Life. Stuff like that. “Hacking” things (can I verb that?) has