How to Keep Good Vibes Staying Home this Weekend.

I just sliced my foot with the door stopper trying to take one of my dogs for a walk, needless to say, I’m not happy. Anyway, here are some of the things I’m planning to do to keep good vibes while staying at home this weekend, quality family time, doing chores, and taking care of…

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How To Keep Your Sanity While Homeschooling

Many parents are anxious about managing kids’ chores and lessons at home for the first time, and it is not because they can’t handle the kids but because the way lessons are instructed nowadays, especially mathematics or problem-solving activities. With many websites, Pinterest pins or Instagram posts giving advice on homeschooling, you might feel lost…

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Wash your Hands, Order Take Out, This Too Shall Pass.

We all have a role to play, stay at home moms have tons of experience homeschooling and working from home, and don’t get me started on the “did you wash your hands?” Yes, we sound like a broken record, but cleaning is essential to prevent germs and other stuff from growing in our homes, especially…

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Working from Home and Sharing your Space.

Needless to say, thinking about working from home is not a big surprise for me, been doing that for the past decade, as a stay at home mom, I have a good idea on how to balance activities, multitask and not stressing over the lack of milk at 10 pm. I’m used to it. With…

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5 Great Jobs for Empaths (That are Not in Medicine)

What kind of jobs can you perform when you often tune in to other people’s feelings? If crowds make you uncomfortable, and after a long conversation, you experience exhaustion and fatigue? If you often “sense” the feelings of people around you, you describe yourself as a sensitive person, and you feel better after a quiet…

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The Importance of a Journal

We all had a secret diary when we were younger, our dearest confident where we poured our dreams, thoughts and irrational fears. We kept those scribbles as the most precious jewel because they were ours, we confided in the secrecy of anonymity to write about that platonic love that would never be, the hate we…

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Declutter your Mind, Shift your Energy.

Certainly enough, you’ve heard all about the word declutter and how making space allows you to function better, be more productive, and make better decisions.  We all know that a cluttered mind is restless and unfocused. It tries to move in many different directions at once, and the result is that very little gets done.…

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February is not sweet for everyone.

Contrary to many other families, February is not sweet for us, we don’t celebrate like the rest of the world. We simply don’t. Tomorrow, February 2nd marks the fourth year of admitting my eldest daughter into a behavioral facility because of major depression and anxiety… We almost lost her. I thought she was fine… a…

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5 Must-Have Books for Mompreneurs

Today was a good morning brainstorming with two of my mentees, going back and forth on ideas, startups, and blueprints. Thinking about future decisions, reviewing processes, and making some work-family balance goals. I discussed the importance of having a library with books for mompreneurs covering marketing, time management, inspiration, online business, family balance, and skill…

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Self-Care is crucial for job Searching

The process of returning to work, figure out how to make money, or earning an income includes the vital task of self-care. This weekend I have to drive my kids everywhere: SAT testing, volunteering, Dungeons & Dragons meetings, volunteering at the animal shelter, and church -more like dragging to this one!- But I got this,…

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