I swear my family takes more electronics with us when we travel than anything else. The sheer volume of cords and wires that end up shoved into our suitcases and carry on bags is a bit ridiculous. All of those cords and wires have to be organized or they just end up in a jumbled mess. Fortunately, we have some great solutions for you to help you keep your cords organized while traveling and focus on the things that are really important like making some amazing memories.
Are you looking for a way to simplify your schedule? Make it easy on yourself and have your prescriptions delivered thanks to Phil. It’s one less thing you’ll have to add to your to-do list!
With summer here and 6 kids at home now, it seems like my schedule is busier than ever. Every minute of the day there is a kid that wants something, wants to go somewhere or is trying to do something themselves that they shouldn’t.
Being pulled in so many directions is impossibly hard sometimes. The last thing I have time to do is spend time going to the pharmacy.
Fortunately, there’s a way to make that easier. Some of our favorite things to share with you are things that simplify your lives and cut out extra tasks that take up way too much time in your day.
No one has time for that.
Phil is a brand new prescription refill service that offers the convenience of delivering ongoing prescription medications right to your door! They are quickly expanding to service all 50 states so keep an eye out for it in your area.
I love everything about weddings. I had been planing and dreaming about mine for years before I got married. My pinterest boards were curated to perfection of beautiful wedding images. I knew exactly what I wanted and figured planning would be a breeze.
However, I bit off a bit more than I could chew. Wedding planning takes a lot of work, even if you aren’t working or in school, and I was doing all three. Looking back on it, there are a few things I would have changed that would have made life less stressful. If you are planning a wedding, for yourself, your daughter, or a friend, these tips will help make your life a lot easi
When I looked at the 3 day old dishes and “clean” laundry left on the floor for the dog to sleep on, I hit my limit. “That’s it!” I said. “I’m hiring a housekeeper!”.
should you hire a housekeeper?
As a full-time work at home mom, I was spending all my non-working hours cleaning up after people. There was no downtime with my kids, no relaxing with a book I’d been meaning to read, just cleaning. I was turning into the maid. And I was done.
I was ready to hire a housekeeper.
That could be where the story ends. BUT after some serious thought, I didn’t hire a housekeeper.
Here’s why you shouldn’t either:
I didn’t set any resolutions this year. The New Year has already been so hectic for me that I didn’t have time to think about any, let alone stick to them.
Instead, I’ve been focusing on setting daily goals for myself and starting each morning out right. A bit part of that has been making sure to give myself the chance to ease into each day with a morning routine that allows me to slow down and focus on what I want to accomplish.
Resolutions are really just doing the things you already know you should be doing. To revamp my morning routine, all I had to do was go back to the tried and true tricks I’ve found to start my day off the right way.