Tag Archives: motherhood

Economics of Integrity

Six timeless teachings to build strong character in kids Stumbled upon this gem of an essay from the 1960’s by Leonard Read entitled “Economics for Boys and Girls; Methods for getting young people on the track of sound thinking.” Being a home-educating momma who works around economists I had to take a look. Although some […]

What Moms Really Need From Each Other

“Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson She entered my kitchen with tears flowing down her face. Her toddler had just thrown a tantrum and, after other well-meaning mothers had offered her some advice, she just felt at the end of […]

Newest Voice at Free Market Mommy

Today’s blog is from a spitfire of a gal – Lori Sanders. Lori was one of the first moms I met when we moved to Washington DC.  Fast-forward four years later and she has grown both personally and professionally. I think you will love to hear from Lori because she has a great practical approach to […]