When your home feels out-of-control, it’s easy to become frustrated. But what if the answer to your frustration has nothing to do with the perfect plan or routine?
The nightly sigh. It sometimes feels like part of your bedtime routine, doesn’t it?
You look around the house you just spent all day in and marvel that you felt busy every moment, but seem to have so little to show for it.
There are still messes left in untented corners. Clutter that got moved from one spot to another. Toys and clothes and dishes that seem to migrate with very little human intervention to the strangest of places in your home.
How in the world did this dirty sock get here?
Motherhood has this uncanny way of making us feel quite out-of-control many days, doesn’t it? The brightest new planners, the most strategically placed white boards, the smartest reminder apps, and more have all succumbed to the crazy unpredictability of motherhood and homemaking.
What mom hasn’t felt some frustration when her schedule looked perfectly reasonable on paper in the morning, but she ends the day with only a small fraction of her tasks accomplished because little people needed something else?
I’ve been there, and I know you have, too.
And while it might feel too simplistic, I have an easy answer that can help you take that frustration and toss it out of your heart and mind for good….