Hi, I’m Rebecca Jones, the blogger behind I See My Life, and if you’ve ever asked yourself:
- “How can I survive raising teenagers?”
- “How can I organize my crazy, busy life?”
- “How can I make some extra money from home?”
- “How can I start being more creative?”
Or if you’ve ever just wanted to figure out a way to get a little more control over your household and life…
…then you are at the place you need to be!
Here’s How I See My Life Helps You Become the Mom You Aspire to Be
I believe that the mom-teenager relationship can be amazing.
You may be nervous or even afraid.
But you’ve already laid the groundwork for a wonderful experience.
With every article I’ll work to help you reduce the overwhelm.
…and move closer to the life you want to live.
We’ll discuss a wide range of topics that moms care about.
Raising teenagers, organizing our home, getting healthy and living a more mindful life.
We care about setting goals, focusing on what’s important and being creative.
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Find resources and tips for a variety of aspects of your busy life to include healthy living, mindfulness, minimalism and more.
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Managing your time, setting goals and getting organized is so important. Discover how to use a bullet journal, paper planner and digital planners to increase your productivity.
About Rebecca Jones
I’m a 40-something wife, mom, self-employed woman.
I’ve been married to my husband since I was 20.
We have a 20-year-old son and 16-year-old daughter.
I am an introvert. And a creative person.
I like to laugh. And make up lyrics to songs.
I am a transcriptionist and blogger.
But I’m horrible at using commas correctly.
I’m glad you’re here and reading this blog.
I hope that something will resonate with you.
I hope to inspire or reassure you.
I’m on a journey to become the woman, wife and mom I aspire to be.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey.
Inspired + caffeinated,