Remember this post when I revealed to you just how off the BuJo wagon I had fallen? All those large swaths of empty unused pages. All that missed opportunity to be even more organized! Well, my friends, has the pendulum swung in the completely opposite direction (I feel like that could be a memoir for… Continue reading From Nothing To All The Things: BuJo Update
I saw this graphic on Facebook today: I love this. I wholeheartedly agree with it. And I need to remind myself about it all the time. About a month ago, maybe more, my husband and I were discussing how I never practiced anymore. This is a problem because we both feel that if Hashem gives… Continue reading Should You Make Art?
Some women are eternally stylish, effortlessly fashionable, always chic no matter the setting. I have never really been one of those women. I was the girl in high school who found her prom dresses at the thrift store, and rocked caution tape for a sash at Winter Formal. I have never really understood the mystery that is… Continue reading That Time I Thought I Could Be a Fashionista
I love connecting with people. I enjoy the stimulation of reading the articles my friends post, seeing what others are up to and laughing at the brilliant silliness that can be found online. But at some point a darker emotion edged in. It snuck up on me as I saw a website launched that I… Continue reading Stop Looking At Other People’s Grass Already And Plant Your Own Garden
So even though we moved from an apartment to a house, we don’t have a designated play area. This means that our living room is also our play room, which means it’s normal for it to look like this: That’s actually the manageable version. Having toys on every conceivable surface (the couch was unusually accessible… Continue reading Six tips on how to keep your toys organized when you don’t have a playroom
Happy Chanukah everyone! Tomorrow will feature a post for Hannukah Hoopla (very exciting), but tonight I am happy to share this post which is up over at Beltway Buzz. Is staying at home a mindless endeavor? Am I wasting my liberal arts education? Hardly! Go, read and comment! And don’t forget to enter the giveaway… Continue reading A Homemaker Using Her Mind – Guest Post at Beltway Buzz
Hi! Welcome to Life in the Married Lane! If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting, and enjoy your stay! Katie Harris, a Cleveland native, is a freelance writer and author of the blog Midwest Mama in Israel where she discusses cooking, religion, and modern motherhood. She… Continue reading Judaism, Feminism, and Marriage
Being a SAHM (Stay-at-Home-Mom. Who thought of these acronyms? They’re both convenient and annoying) is a luxury. After working part-time last year, I really appreciate the freedom of being at home without many outside pressures on my schedule. I’ve also been spoiled by Little Man’s independence (do you think I could write this much if… Continue reading Priorities
Getting adjusted to not working has been a more formidable task than I realized it would be. The amount of self-discipline it takes to get up in the morning and get things . . . done, well, it’s more than I’m currently displaying. Slowly, slowly, I’m becoming more productive, but it’s at a ridiculously slow… Continue reading Slacker….