I may be crazy, because committing to write for 31 days when I have three kids at home certainly sounds crazy. In fact, I’m simultaneously helping the oldest with his homeschool math while I type this. And the other two … well they’re off and running, leaving stuffed animals and ride-alongs in their wake. It’s chaotic for sure.
But it’s real life; the raw, the honest, the messy, the beautiful. It’s not perfect, but this task of mothering never is. And that’s why I’ve chosen to write about Intentional Mothering, every day for one month.
In committing to this, I’m joining a host of other talented writers across the blogosphere, all who have committed to write on one topic for 31 days. It will be challenging and fun, a chance to press in to the craft of writing and the relationship of mothering.
So here’s how this is going to work:
I’ll hop onto this space to share some thoughts on mothering every day in October … thoughts to inspire you and encourage you, a few to make you laugh, and a lot to remind you that though this task isn’t hard, it’s worth it! I wish I could say I have every post pre-planned, but I don’t. This is going to be fluid and organic, developing as the month progresses. Some posts will be longer than others; some days may merely be an inspiring printable to help you in your mothering journey. This won’t be perfect—case in point, I’m starting one day late, so it’s going to technically be 30 days—but I’ll try to be here every day. And I hope you’ll join me!
So with that being said, are you ready for more? Then come back tomorrow, and join me and other readers as we pursue intentional mothering for the month of October!
This is Day 1 in 31 Days of Intentional Mothering.
Day 2 – Confessions of an Unintentional Mom
Day 3 – Intentional Mothering Is Not …
Day 4 – Intentional Mothering Is …
Day 5 – Intentional Mothering Begins with Brokenness
Day 6 – But Then Grace
Day 7 – The Secret to Intentional Mothering
Day 8 – You Tell Me: What Makes an Intentional Mom?
Day 9 –
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