Knoxville Moms Post: Meal Planning Saves My Sanity

Hey, y'all! My latest Knoxville Moms post is up, and it's all about my simple technique for saving money and sanity: meal planning! I'm not an extravagant meal planner: I only do dinners, and make a weekly menu. I detail my method and how it benefits my family in my post, which you can find [...]

Non-School Learning

Our school district is closed until at least April 24 (the governor has requested the safer at home order be followed until the end of April, thus the 'at least'). Due to the size of our school system and guidelines I can't begin to understand, distance learning isn't an option. I'm fairly neutral on this [...]

Keeping Connected

How do we stay connected within our communities when we're supposed to keep 6 to ten feet apart at all times? My latest Knoxville Moms post shares just this, including apps and tips for keeping connected during this crazy pandemic. You can read the full post here. Stay safe, friends!  

Spring Break in the Time of Coronavirus: How to Save Your Sanity

With Spring Break here and social distancing fully in effect, my latest Knoxville Moms post is all about how to save your sanity while stuck at home. You can read it here. If you're looking for more information on indoor activities with your kids due to this rainy weather, check out this post.Stay safe and wash [...]

I Walk the Line: Finding Balance as a Work From Home Mom

My latest Knoxville Moms post is up, and is all about the balance of life as a work from home mom. Being a mom is hard work, whether you're staying at home full time, or working part time or full time inside or out of the home. My particular niche has its own ups and [...]