As a Homemaker, we tend to allow ourselves to fall into the pit of the never ending routines. We wake up, get ourselves and everyone else ready for the day. You make breakfast, wash the dishes, clean the house, tend to your children, make lunch, wash the dishes, clean up and so on. It starts to become so mundane, that we begin to lack interest and efficiency in our role as homemakers.
Self-Care is crucial because it better helps me to serve others. When you don’t care for yourself it’s very hard to care for the people who need you the most. Find out what process I take in self-care that helps me, my family and others I care for.
Learn how to make this delicious and healthy Authentic Mexican Pozole Verde. It’s colorful, vibrant hearty, and filling! Chicken, hominy and load it up with veggies for garnish and you’ve got the perfect soup for this fall and winter. It even has an amazing roasted flavor.
Whether you’re just starting out, a mom to be, adoptive momma or Foster we all need to start somewhere with the things we need for our kiddos. Now to be completely honest I can’t share much with you on the pregnancy aspect, but I do have my Infant, toddler and general favorites for motherhood. And let me tell you, as a foster momma, it’s best to have most of these things on hand for those just in-case moments.
I’m going to talk about something very controversial today. Here’s the thing. When we talk about women being homemakers, stay at home moms, or not having a 9 to 5 job, we see it as something unacceptable.