3 Questions to Ask When you have Mom Guilt

The Family Hustle: Make an Impact Online
The Family Hustle: Make an Impact Online

Have you ever experienced mom guilt before? Here are 3 Questions to Ask When You Have Mom Guilt to help you move past the guilt and live your best life.

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Do You Struggle With Mom Guilt?

Hey there, how are you doing today! I was thinking about this idea about mom guilt and how we can start living the life we are called to live without any guilt. read more

Messy Motherhood: Life as a Work from Home Mom

What does it really look like to work from home? Here is an insider look at life as a work from home mom. Angela shares how to find harmony in the mess of motherhood.

The Family Hustle: Make an Impact Online
The Family Hustle: Make an Impact Online

What does life look like?

What does it really look like to be a mom of three who’s running an online business, let’s get into the messy.

I’m Angela and we help normal moms and dads chase after their big dreams and a modern online, all while in the midst of raising kids in what we call the family hustle.

The Family Hustle · EP 59: My Messy Motherhood: Behind the Scenes of Life as a Work from Home Mom read more

13 Natural Stress Relieving Activities

There are many reasons that we may feel more stressed out from time to time, but what is most important is that we learn how to manage our stress naturally. These 13 natural stress relieving activities can help you stay calm even when life gets crazy.

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13 Natural Stress Relieving Activities

Read a Book

Sometimes getting lost in a great book is the perfect way to de-stress and relax. For me, I’m really not a huge reader, but I love learning and listening to podcasts or listening to audio books. So figure out what is best for you and start enjoying the calm. read more

The 7 TOP Toys for One Year Olds

As we celebrate the incredible milestone of our little ones turning one, we’re often faced with the question – what are the best toys for one-year-olds? With the market flooded with toys of all shapes and sizes, making the right choice can feel overwhelming. But don’t worry, we’re here to help!

This blog post is dedicated to helping you navigate the world of toys and choose the ones that will not only bring joy to your little explorer but also support their developmental milestones. So, whether you’re shopping for your child’s first birthday or looking for the perfect gift, join us as we unveil our top 7 toys for one-year-olds. Let’s dive in and make playtime even more fun and enriching! read more

The 7 BEST Games for Families

Are you running out of ideas to keep your kids busy when you are all at home together? Here are the Best Games for Families.

In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it’s easy to get caught up in our individual routines and forget to carve out precious moments for quality family time. But here’s the thing – those moments? They’re the glue that holds us together, the spark that ignites laughter, and the foundation of cherished memories that last a lifetime.

That’s where family game nights swoop in to save the day! Not only do they provide an opportunity for some good ol’ fashioned fun, but they also offer a myriad of benefits that go beyond just entertainment. Picture this: laughter echoing through the room, high-fives exchanged, and maybe even a friendly dose of healthy competition – all while strengthening communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills. Yep, that’s the magic of family game nights in action! read more

3 Tips for Safer Bath-time with Infants

It is scary as your baby grows to know how to keep them safe all the time. I’m sharing 3 tips for a safer bath time with infants to keep them safe and clean!

Anderson just turned 10 months old and as you can imagine, my little baby is quickly getting into EVERYTHING around my house (hello, baby proofing!), so keeping him safe has become a top priority as he is crawling, trying to pull up, and ALWAYS on the go.

Even in the bathtub!

Today I’m sharing 3 tips that have helped me keep him safe during bath time, especially now that he’s no longer a “tiny baby” but nearing 20 pounds in weight and VERY wiggly! read more

How to Prepare for Natural Childbirth

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If you are an expecting mama who is considering having a natural labor… this is the resource I wished I had when I was planning my first home birth.

There is so much information out there on the internet, it is easy to get confused who to listen to for advice or what resources are actually going to help me prepare and achieve a natural childbirth. That’s why I put together this e-book.

How to Prepare for Natural Childbirth

How to Plan and Prepare for The Natural Labor you have been Dreaming About!


 – Prepare your body and mind for natural childbirth 

– Find the best support team 

– Understand benefits and misconceptions of natural childbirth 

– Discover if a Home Birth is right for you  

Plus: Checklists, Exercises, & Best Practices!     read more

Is Your Child Old Enough to Babysit? 7 Signs to Watch For

Is Your Child Old Enough to Babysit? 7 Signs to Watch For

Babysitting is a great first job for many. It can also be a great responsibility for a child who has younger siblings. How do you know when your child is old enough to begin babysitting? Here are seven things to consider.

#1. What is your state’s law?

Whether you think your child is ready or not, every state has a law for a minimum age in which children can be left home alone, or in the care of other children. Look into your state’s laws before you continue on.

#2. Does Your Child Follow Directions? read more

5 Tips for Indoor Container Gardening

Have you thought about easy ways to start growing you own food or herbs. Enter in tips to start container gardening! It is an easy way to get started without too much worry of weeds and critters eating your bounty.

Here are five great tips for indoor container gardening:

  • Have proper drainage – It’s very important that you have nice, big holes in your pots for proper drainage. If not, the soil will not drain well and the roots of your plants will die.
  • Feed them properly – Most potting soil itself does not have nutrients in it. You will need to add fertilizer and food to your plants regularly. How much and what type you should use varies according to the plant so do a little research on the plants you have so you can care for them properly.
  • Know how much light you need – You don’t want to leave plants that prefer low light in the windowsill while you’re gone all day for work but you don’t want to kill plants by keeping them in the dark too much. You need to have an accurate idea of how much sunlight you need and then choose where to place your containers accordingly. Many people move their containers around according to light needs.
  • Choose good partners in mixed container gardens – If you’re going to put different plants together in the same container, make sure they have complementary needs for food, sunlight, and water or some will thrive and some will die.
  • Go wild with the soil – The more potting soil you have, the better. This means more water retention, giving you a greater margin for error when it comes to watering and feeding. The less soil, the faster it will dry out.

With these tips in mind, you can begin indoor container gardening today. Do you have any tips you’d add to the list?

Whether you want to grow a garden to provide herbs and food for your family or simply to enjoy, we have a gardening category in the Skill Trek curriculum that will allow your young people to learn the skills they need to know for success. read more

How to Cut a Watermelon For Kids

My kids love eating watermelon during the summer months. As you can imagine, watermelons can be messy. With this tip you can cut a watermelon for kids and reduce the mess and clean up too!

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Fruit is such a healthy choice for kids. When they are hot, watermelon helps them stay hydrated because it is mostly made of water… They never turn it down… Plus, it is in season!

The biggest problem I have with watermelon is that it is. read more