Author: Jenn Ford

Survey Results Part 2: Relationships and Self Care

How did having children affect your friendships? How many hours of sleep do you get a night? How often are you intimate with your spouse? These are just a few of the questions you might want to ask other moms. At CTWM, we had a feeling that no matter where you fall on the spectrum of answers to these types of questions, you are not alone. So about a month ago we put out a survey with 55 questions for our readers to answer and offered up entries into a drawing for a $250 prize pack as an incentive for your time....

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Survey Results Part 1: Home, Work and Parenting

How often do you wash your sheets? Do you limit screen time? How often do you sign back into work after the kids go to bed? These are just a few of the questions you might want to ask other moms. At CTWM, we had a feeling that no matter where you fall on the spectrum of answers to these types of questions, you are not alone. So about a month ago we put out a survey with 55 questions for our readers to answer and offered up entries into a drawing for a $250 prize pack as an incentive...

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You’re Not Alone – CTWM Poll and Prize Pack

For years I’ve wondered how I stack up to other parents and, in particular, others who are the primary ‘makers of home.’  I don’t remember the last time I washed the kitchen floor and is it gross that I only bathe the kids a few times a week? I’ve always wanted to know how often YOU get take out. My guess is that even if you and I aren’t doing things exactly the same way, someone else out there thinks that two weeks is an appropriate time to go between sheet washings and, like me, abhors running unless being...

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Organizing a Disorganized Life – Home Edition

As one of my best friends and fellow CTWM bloggers described the scene in her basement, my eyes widened with the possibilities. While she dreaded going through bags of hand me down clothes, I got excited thinking about sorting, washing and folding all of the clothes, placing them in labeled, stackable bins. While she seemed overwhelmed thinking about going through old things, I pictured myself guiding her to decide if her old books brought her joy and helping her let go and pass them on. I love to organize things. I love donating or throwing things away. Jenna seemed...

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Kindness Elves

Have you seen all these adorable photos of elves swimming in mugs of mini-marshmallows or making snow angels on the counter in flour? Have you felt the pressure to bring a little elf home to your kids? Has that voice in your head that tells you aren’t creative enough or don’t have enough energy at the end of the evening to set up an elaborate scene dissuaded you? Or maybe you’re afraid those darn elves will ask you to solve a rubix cube! (Holly’s post had me laughing out loud!) I really wanted to jump on the Elf on...

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