No matter what season of motherhood you are in, the right resources can help you:
- Save time and reduce stress
- Automate necessary tasks to keep the household running
- Keep you engaged and learning something new –> growing! –> thriving!!!
My commitment to you is that I will always go first. I have personally tried and LOVED everything I share with you – I only share my absolute favorites that were literally life-changing.
Many of these links are affiliate links, which means I may get a commission if you purchase. None of the fees of these resources have been increased to compensate me. In fact, many of the creators of these tools have given me special discounts that I get to extend to you! Thank you so much for supporting Thriving in Motherhood with your purchase.
You’ll see all the special deals below.
Steps to Everyday Productivity
In 2016 I was completely overwhelmed by life. I found April Perry’s program Mind Organization for Moms – now Steps to Everyday Productivity – and built my command central. That ONE decision to invest in myself completely transformed my life. Check out their free class to get started and then join the STEP program and build your own command central. The Thriving in Motherhood Planner works seamlessly with the STEP system.
We made it as a family of five on a grad school budget of $17,000/year by simply not spending money for anything but food and absolute essentials. However that lifestyle wasn’t a sustainable strategy for managing our money and we weren’t being as intentional as the needs of our family grew. Enter Budget Bootcamp. Literally the simplest, most realistic, and sustainable to get our money working for us.
Simple Green Cleaning
I spent YEARS trying to figure out how to clean our house. Anytime I tried I quickly became overwhelmed by the amount of choices for products, systems, and how-to’s. This course overcame all the road blocks and it was like having a big sister over to show me exactly what to do in a simple, budget friendly way. Get 15% off with code: THRIVING15
Time in Tool-Kit
I totally agree that emotions are important and valuable – but teaching my children how to feel them and experience them safely was an entirely different matter! If you want a free intro to positive parenting check out this incredible course from Generation Mindful. Our family’s favorite resource is their Time-In Toolkit where we created a calming corner and use play and games to help them learn emotional intelligence.