I’m often asked what a typical day looks like in my house. The true answer? Each day is different and no two days look the same.
However, the day after launching the Fruit of the Spirit Curriculum for Toddlers I decided to document the day.
I documented the day as a part of my assignment from Keeper of the Home. Stephanie asked her contributors to share a “Day in the Life” post with her readers. I had procrastinated writing my post in hopes of documenting a “typical” day.
A “typical” day continued to elude me.
You see, I’m a stay-at-home-mom who works part-time from home. I work about 20 hours a week maintaining and growing Intentional By Grace.
I’m grateful for this little corner of the internet that I get to share with you, but I’m learning that the cost of being a work-at-home-mom can be steep at times. Sometimes I wonder if it’s worth it. Would it better to just have an office door I can close? Would it be better if I could be home and be all there? Will I ever figure out how to manage my time and not see all the areas I fail?
I don’t know. But I do know that it is in this limbo where grace makes all the more sense to me. Where grace becomes more beautiful, more grandiose.
Left to myself, I’m a mess. But His grace covers, and the day in my life I decided to share is a testament to His everyday grace.
To continue reading this post, head over to Keeper of the Home. I pulled my first ever all-nighter and still managed to get through the day.