No Such Thing As a Typical Day

Busy Mom’s Survival Guide Podcast Episode 024.
Do you finish your “typical” day feeling like you accomplished nothing?  Or do you typically go to sleep feeling tired, but believing you had a good day?  For me, I enjoy wrapping up the day knowing that I worked hard, taught my children, enjoyed my family, and accomplished something.

Goat Milk Stuff

Jim joins me on this podcast episode to discuss what a typical Jonas day looks like.  We both agree that we have no typical day, but have a schedule that we set that acts as a framework for our days.

We also share some of the insights that we’ve learned over the years and how we view our to-do lists and the tasks that we need to accomplish throughout the day.

What does your typical day look like?

Thanks for listening!  Tune in next week to hear my thoughts on being a protective vs an overprotective parent.


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  • Very helpful and well said.Thank you!

    • goatmilkstuff

      You’re very welcome!!

  • Guest

    I really enjoyed the pod cast. What curriculum do you use for the kids in home school?

    • goatmilkstuff

      I do a lot of different (non curriculum) stuff when they are younger, but when they are older they use Switched on Schoolhouse by Alpha Omega.


  • Great show. We’ve already included our oldest two (8 and 6) in some of our household work, but this gives some great ideas for us as all of them get older.

    I know my wife could benefit much more if I was working from home and able to help with the family during the day and that’s what I eventually plan to do.

    • goatmilkstuff

      I’m so glad to hear that they’re already working. That gives me such encouragement! Yep, having you home would be a huge help for her and an amazing thing for your children. Having that goal is awesome. We had it for several years before we were able to make it a reality. It made it all the more special because we had worked hard to reach that goal for quite a while. PJ