Anna’s tremendous! I learned how to clean between the glass on my stove. She’s got so many DIY, “figure it out,” etc. If there’s something that you don’t know how to clean, she’ll figure out how to do it. It’s really good! Recommended by Kathi Lipp
This is, by far, my favorite parenting blog. Written by Christian child/youth psychologists, Raising Boys and Girls is a practical resource for parents raising kids in today’s world with today’s challenges. They tackle gender-specific issues, basic parenting challenges, and technology with practical tips on how to raise great kids in a difficult world. Recommended by Jessica Fall
As a mother of two boys (and no girls), this blog is a regular read for me. MOB stands for Mothers of Boys. These gals just capture the joys and challenges specific to raising boys in a way that encourages me to press into the hard work, celebrate all the “boyness” in my house, and stand firm in raising boys who love the Lord. Recommended by Jessica Fall
Steve is a fresh, grace-filled voice in Christendom. Not “kitchsy” but real. His desire is for us to become who we were created to be. To find that God is for us, is delighted in us. Often he includes thought-provoking questions and exercises to help us know ourselves better and grow into all that God designed us to be. Recommended by Emily Nelson
How to succeed at work and win at life. Michael provides wonderful uplifting content that helps you be more productive. Recommended by Robin Smith.
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She and her husband Roger are the parents of four young adults in San Jose, CA. When she’s not dating her husband or hanging out with her puggle Jake, Kathi is speaking at retreats, conferences and women’s events across the US.
Latest posts by kathilipp (see all)
- Episode 300- When You Never, Ever Feel Like Enough - April 17, 2018
- How To Stop Hanging On To All Your Kid’s Stuff and Still Be a Great Mom at the Same Time - April 16, 2018
- The Mom Project, Chapter 4: Home, A Safe Place to Land - April 12, 2018