This week’s best time saving tips for busy moms include a 3-step strategy to free up your time & money, 30 ways to know you’re a working mom,ways to trick picky eaters, and more:
My Triple D Strategy (Ditch, Delegate, Duplicate)
When done correctly, it will allow you to have more free time and make more money in your business. Your friends and family will notice immediately that you are not stressed and moody. But most importantly, your “happiness meter” will be heading in the right direction – up.
And here’s the really beautiful part – it is so simple!
Allow me to introduce my Triple D Strategy.
You Know You’re a Working Mom When…
Read a list of 30 funny (and true) ways that you know you’re a working mom.
Four simple tips to create delicious, quality meals at home
As families become more concerned about the quality of food they are putting on the table, many are realizing that getting back to the basics is one of the best ways to eat better and not compromise on taste. If you’re looking for ways to improve your family meals it doesn’t require a major overhaul of your approach to shopping or cooking. Often, just a few simple adjustments can go a long way.
13 Dishes Even Picky Eaters Will Love
These family-friendly foods have simple, straightforward flavors built on pasta, chicken and other popular ingredients.
Simple Tips for a More Efficient Kitchen
Making meals from scratch is very rewarding and enjoyable for many, but can leave quite a mess in the kitchen. There are many ways one can be more efficient in the kitchen in terms of ingredients used to prepare foods, how long it takes to make a meal, how much food is left over, how much food is wasted, how much energy is used to cook it, and how dishes are cleaned. In the grand scheme of cooking, at 24 years old I feel as though I am just getting started, but I’d like to share some tips that I have picked up in the past few years.
How do you keep it all together? Share your tips in the comments.
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Adelina Priddis says
Great articles!! Thanks for sharing.