When it comes to the daily routine and all things mom life, making things as simple s possible is a must. That goes for dinner time, mom style and even extracurriculars. In this post, I’m sharing a few of the things that help keep life uncomplicated.
If I’m chauffeuring from school to piano, gymnastics or any after-school activity, I’m probably not dressed to the nines. If I’m visiting school for an event or activity, I’m more likely to be in jeans than something fussy. I know you fellow mamas can relate. We want simple and a tiny bit chic. But those casual moments can be hard to pin down.
Luckily, I’ve found some affordable options that do the trick.
Because even though it’s 80 now, the cold front is coming! And I couldn’t be more excited.
Low enough to take to a field day but still put together
Now that our kitchen renovation has brought us the joy of a working kitchen again (yay!), I’ve been more excited than ever to cook lately. I used to love making simple, easy sheet pan dinners because they’re like cooking for dummies and so delicious. I cooked this one a couple nights ago and it was a hit for everyone.
I’ve had a ton of deadlines this month and right in the midst of a big project, my iMac decided to give up. Talk about stressful! I had to bite the bullet and decided to get a new MacBook. Let me tell you, I’ve been LOVING working from all over my house and all over town, which I haven’t done in so long.
At home, I’ve been curled up on the couch or in this chair with this blanket. We have it in a few different colors and it’s so cozy! I know people rave over a certain luxury throw, but my $30 one just gets better with each wash.
Our piano instructor was out of town this week and I LOVED making up a lesson at home. (I’m not great at piano but I do know how to read music thanks to my days in the middle school band.) It really makes me appreciate all that teachers do to help our kids learn. I recently was introduced to DonorsChoose.org, an online charity that supports teachers by helping fund classroom materials at public schools – Emery’s school included!
I posted about this on Instagram: Chevron’s Fuel Your School program helps fund specific projects listed on the site – things like classroom reading libraries, musical instruments, balance balls to replace rigid seats and imaginative play for young minds. Learn more about this program and help local teachers by visiting fuelyourschool.com