Leaving the work world to be a stay-at-home mom is an adjustment, to say the least. Here are my top 10 tips to help you thrive in your new role.
If you could describe your vehicle in just three words, what would they be? For me, it would be: “extension-of-home.” You see, I’m in my car SO much, it is really important for me to feel like I’ll be prepared for anything, just like at home. Before kids, a car was just a car. It got me from point A… Read More
Let the car time begin! Whether you’re prepping for a long road trip, or just trying to survive the day without hitting up a drive-thru, being prepared with a super fun, super easy car picnic will change your entire life for the better! Okay…I may sound a bit dramatic by saying it will change your entire life for the better…. Read More
Inexpensive gadgets that make mom life a little bit easier…and more fun!
If you live in a home with people other than just yourself, you may have encountered the issue with keeping it tidy and organized at some point or another. I know I have! And if you haven’t…well, you can stop reading now, because this post is not for you. 🙂 We HAD a Tidy Home…Then We Had Kids I get… Read More
Cable TV, has always been the way. But is there a better way? In our house, sitting down to watch whole tv shows at a time in our house (that aren’t animated) is a luxury. Yet, it never really crossed our minds, until recently, that we could get through life without a cable package. It’s just the way it was….until… Read More
Life less balanced. That’s describes the vibe around the Schirmer household the past few weeks. It’s been crazy. Mostly crazy in a good way, but still crazy! We were fortunate to be able to take a week off to spend time with family up in New York. It was a perfect week. But, as I’m sure you know, a vacation… Read More
Not a Coupon Clipper? No problem. I’ll be the first to admit that I LOVE to save money (who doesn’t?!) but will never be a coupon queen, no matter how hard I try. I’ve read all the inspirational pieces on feeding my family for under $50 a week or decreasing my food bill by over $500 a month using coupons–and… Read More