Some time in the past three months, the lovely ladies at Mothering from Scratch invited me to be a MOMtor on their blog. I was super geeked out about it and probably annoyed my husband by talking about it a wee bit more than I should have.
What’s a MOMtor? So glad you asked. Per Mothering From Scratch…
A MOMtor is a seasoned mentor who shares advice, wisdom and life lessons which help us in our mothering journey. These carefully selected mothers dish out their experience with a side dish of compassion. Our goal is to leave you wanting more.
I’m honored. I’m tickled pink. And I love it.
Today is my third post as a MOMtor. I love the timing of this post because it’s the advice I really needed this morning. I hope you like it too.
Go on over an check it out. No matter what your budget may look like, these are three gifts that you can afford to give yourself. Honestly, you can’t afford to NOT give them to yourself.
There’s a photo of me in my PJ’s just in case you needed motivation to click. While you’re there, browse a few more posts and you’ll understand why Mothering from Scratch is one of my favorite blogs.
And, in case you missed them, I’m giving you the links to all my MOMtor posts all in one easy place.
My collection of MOMtor posts:
Negotiating Holiday Traditions – All about communication in marriage and throwing a big birthday party for Jesus.
Patience and Creativity in Parenting – My super secret potty training trick revealed. The lesson I learned applies to parenting in any situation, even if you already survived potty training.
[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’]http://thishappymom.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/DSC_0036.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Houston Mom Blogger Susan Baker has a passion for encouraging weary worn out mothers to find joy in everyday motherhood. She has two elementary school boys, one engineering husband, and one cat. She has a strange fascination for eggs, socks, and books. She spends far too much time on Social Media and at Target. She is crazy in love with her family. She serves an amazing God. She lives an ordinary life filled with wonder. [/author_info] [/author]