Guilty By Passivity… A Series on Abuse 1

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When it comes to Abuse,  sometimes the only guilty ones are not the perpetrators of the act, those of us that sit down,  fold our arms and watch are equally guilty. Daily, we are bombarded with various scenarios where, as a result of negligence or not being vigilant, children suffer abuse from loved ones or even total strangers. To abuse means to mistreat, maltreat, ill-treat, treat badly, ill-use or misuse. Any situation where a person […]

5 Ways to Make Summer Work for Work at Home Moms

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Summer is here! I used to get pretty excited when I worked away from home whenever school lets out for summer. This period afforded me the opportunity to sleep in a little later as there was no need to rush off to drop the kids off at school before heading out for work. Usually, during summer, I would be on vacation from work and will spend some weeks with the kids at home while they […]

Welcome To July

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It’s a New Month and I am particularly delighted to be a part of this Month of July. I woke up this morning rather contemplative. My 3 year old daughter looked at me and said: “Mummy, what wrong?” I said, “Nothing is wrong dear. Why did you ask?” She responded, “Because you look sad”. I couldn’t even give her a response as she had moved on to another activity. I just smiled to myself, “this […]

Mid-Year Appraisals – One Reason You Did Not Achieve Your Goal

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It’s the last Day of June! Have you done your Half Year Appraisal yet? How did you fare? Are you feeling disappointed? Are you beating yourself up over this? Understandably, you may need to take a look at that One Thing that needs to change as you move into the second half. Before you do that however, I want you to go before the Lord with an attitude of thanksgiving no matter where you may […]

5 Ways To Practice Intentional Parenting

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The dream of every parent is to have good, disciplined, well-behaved children that will grow into responsible adults.   That’s my dream too. I see the future of my children and what I can see there is good. I don’t leave it as a dream though; I make plans and I take steps to make sure that my dream comes true. A lot of parents leave the burden of parenting to others such as the […]

A Family That Eats Together Stays Together – The Benefits of Family Meal Times

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This Post was first written for and published by She Leads Africa Food! There’s just something about it that fosters camaraderie, you know. Introduce food to any gathering or meeting and it automatically brings on a more relaxed atmosphere. We all know that food is essential, but are family meal times all-important as we make it out to be? Family meal time is a time when member of the family sit together to share a […]

Tips Tuesday – How a Meal Planner Can Help You

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Do you use a Meal Planner? I understand that we all have our different methods for running our homes as moms – one of which is the use of a meal planner. I use a meal planner because it saves me a lot of time, energy and thinking! I definitely love to hear about anything that can help me save money too. For today’s Tip, I will share with you on: How A Meal Planner […]

Help! I’m New At This Mommy Business [How To Cope As a New Mom]

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The awesome task of being a Mom can leave us drained for most of the time. In the first few weeks of your baby’s arrival, you may feel like your world has been turned upside down, everything seems to be happening all at once. Between trying to feed your baby, change diapers, giving the baby a bath, taking care of your husband… you may feel like you can’t take it for one more day.

Monday Motivation – What Is Holding You Back?

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It’s Monday again! Another week is here. Today, I recorded a video just to pour out my heart to you. In this video, I help you to dig a bit deeper into what is holding you back from fulfilling your dreams – your Limiting Beliefs.   “There was a very cautious man Who never laughed or played He never risked, he never tried, He never sang or prayed. And when he on day passed away, […]

Unfair Mom? Courage to Discipline My Kids

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Kids need boundaries and rules!   Discipline actually requires a whole lot of effort. Believe me, sometimes it’s just easier to let the kids misbehave and not do anything about it. After a long day, I just wish to sit, curl up in the chair with a good book to read – I don’t really want to do any ‘Mommying’. I wish someone would ‘mommy’ me too.

Here is Why You Should Not Seek Work-Life Balance and What You Should Do Instead

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You often hear people talk about how to achieve work-life balance. In fact, people pay to attend seminars, workshops and courses on how to achieve this seemingly elusive work-life balance. What exactly is work-life balance? I see it as an attempt to give an equal measure of weight to both your life and your work. I have a slight problem with that definition though. What is my work, if not a part of my life? […]

Moms Pray Friday – God Is Setting Up Residence in Your Neighborhood

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Dear Mom, I have since come to realize that God’s promises are ever true and ever sure. He cannot fail if He has promised you. He’s a good and faithful God like that. See what He has promised you again today: “Don’t make idols for yourselves; don’t set up an image or a sacred pillar for yourselves, and don’t place a carved stone in your land that you can bow down to in worship. I […]

MomPods Episode 4 – My Back To School Jitters

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Usually, when a new school year begins, I find myself anxious, a little worried about the children! Have I done the best with them during the holiday? Did I prepare them enough for a new class, new teachers, new friends? Will they be able to cope and thrive in their new class or new school? Sometimes, I worry too much. And as a planner mom, I find that I often hide my fears, worries and […]

MomPods Episode 3 – Are You a Deborah or a Hannah?

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Are you a Deborah or a Hannah? – Own Your Story. Every mom struggles with feelings of guilt and shame sometimes. How can you ditch the guilty feeling, embrace who you are and own your own story? This podcast will help to walk you through getting rid of that mom guilt. LISTEN IN You can also listen in on your favorite Podcast app. Available on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Breaker Radio, Radio Republic, Overcast, Google Podcasts, […]

MomPods Episode 2 – Lessons from My Son’s First Haircut

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I remember my son’s first haircut given to him by his grandpa. 💇‍♂️💇‍♂️💇‍♂️💇‍♂️ It was a squirmy, squiggly affair 😀 He was trying so hard to get out of that strange place. He definitely was doing all he could to escape that situation. Listen to this podcast as I share some of my lessons with you about my son’s first haircut and my lessons in being still and waiting. LISTEN IN BELOW You can also […]

Monday Motivation – Change Your Life This Very Moment

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This very moment, we can change our lives. There never was a moment, and never will be, when we are without the power to alter our destiny. This second, we can turn the tables on Resistance. This second, we can sit down and do our work” – Steven Pressfield [The War of Art] It’s another week! Take a look at the last week. Did you do what you set out to do? If you did, […]

One Reason Your Goal Seems Elusive – I Got This Lesson From Swimming!

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Hi Dear Mom, I sent out a Newsletter to my email subscribers during the week and I asked them if they were getting frustrated with not being able to get your goals on course. You can check out that newsletter here if you’re not yet an email subscriber. [I wonder if you know what you’re missing out on though]. I learnt a huge lesson over the weekend that sort of reinforced my thoughts about why […]

Hello June! Time For Quantum Leaps

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Welcome To June! As I usually do at the end of one month to the beginning of another, I asked God what this month of June was going to be like. I like to ask God for a word for any new thing or season of life. It helps me to have directions and to know how God wants to deal with me in that season. Sometimes, also, I like to get a word from […]

Tips Tuesday – Use A Planner

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Think your brain is magnetic and you’ve got things all figured out? That’s me right there. I used to think I was good like that! No need to write down what I need done – of course I would remember. How wrong I was. Fast forward to the new me. The joy of my phone beeping to remind me that it’s almost time to stop my present task and move on to a new one […]

MomPods with Oluseye Episode #1 – You Will Never Be Good Enough

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MomPods with Oluseye – Mom Podcasts for the Intentional Mom Episode 1 – You Will Never Be Good Enough. Motherhood is tasking. It often leaves you with a feeling on not being good enough for your roles.  Stop 🛑 trying so hard! You’ll never be good enough anyway. “Yet we don’t see ourselves as capable enough to do anything in our own strength, for our true competence flows from God’s empowering presence.” – 2Corinthians 3:5 […]

Monday Motivation – Live Your Dreams

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Live Your Dreams and Not Your Fear.” Welcome to Monday and a brand new week. The Story below is told of Henry Fonda by Wikipedia. Henry Jaynes Fonda (May 16, 1905 – August 12, 1982) was a celebrated American film and stage actor with a career spanning more than five decades. Fonda made his mark early as a Broadway actor. He also appeared in 1938 in plays performed in White Plains, New York, with Joan […]