Last week I spoke at the Exceptional Children Ultimate Homeschool Expo. I bet you can’t guess what I talked about. I shared with these other special needs moms how the Power of One has helped me. I added a section that I haven’t shared on the blog yet: the Power of One Mantra. Continue Reading →
Thank you to Felice Gerwitz of Ultimate Homeschool Expo for having me as a speaker today! If you were able to attend the Power of One session, I’d love to hear from you! Please leave a comment (under picture on left) to let me know what you found helpful. Likewise, if there was something you thought was not helpful, you can leave that as well.
Some of you have probably been wondering, “All that Power of One stuff is great, Many Hats Mommy, but don’t you ever get discouraged?”
That’s the whole reason the Power of One came to be–to help me fight discouragement!
But, let’s be honest. Even the most self-controlled minds (and I don’t claim to be one) get tired and lose the battle sometimes. That happened to me last Thursday. Continue Reading →
Between germs, large projects at work, autism, and assorted other things, I did not get a post written for Monday. However, I thought it would be fun to take a break and share some humor. Continue Reading →
Today we’ve reached the middle of The Power of One series. It’s a good time to think about what we’ve discussed so far. We’ve talked about:
Which one is your favorite? I’d like a chance to discuss this and let everyone catch up.
In other news, I’m going to be at the Titus 2:1 Conference in under two months, and tickets are selling fast. It’s a great conference for bloggers, and you won’t be sorry you went! Push play to see why you should come–can you find me in the video?
Thank you to Ashley Pichea for the great picture from last year’s 2:1 Conference that I’m using at the top of this post.
I am also speaking in the Exceptional Children Expo in a couple weeks. The great thing about this expo is you listen from home! You can even stay in your jammies and have dishes in the sink–no one will know. Click on the picture below for more information–lots of special needs help in store!
It has been almost two years since I last tried getting Dr. J’s hair cut at a public place. I’ve been cutting it at home, and once in a while Daddy takes a shot at it. I had a revelation last time I cut his hair–ask him to tell you something else that is as scary as getting his hair cut. Then you can understand his fear better.
So I did. For my son, getting his hair cut is as scary as Continue Reading →