I Don’t Know How You Do It

I Don't Know How You Do It I hear it often: "I don't know how you do it." I hear it almost as often as "Oh, you've got your hands full." In this 28 minute audio post, I share my thoughts on the comment and what I share with those who make it. Please excuse my still-raspy voice and the occasional sniffle. I think my body is revolting against the temperatures that drop below 50˚. Living near the equator for years will do that to you.   As always, you can listen to it here or download below.

2 thoughts on “I Don’t Know How You Do It

  1. Katiera Pfeister

    I listened to your thoughts during my lunch break. It was encouraging and helpful. Thank you Janet! I’d love to hear more about how you foster relationships between siblings. That’s a neat concept I’ve seen you mention and I’d like to learn to better help my kids grow in their relationships with each other.

  2. Allyson

    Thanks Janet. I listened last night. It was great encouragement, and I even got up at 5am today to be in the Word first rather than squeezing it in later in the day (when it sometimes doesn’t end up happening). I’m a long time follower from the Daily Digi. I would love to hear more about when you squeeze in your scrapbooking (daily, weekly, time frame). Although it’s important to me, it seems I feel guilty carving out the time for it. I know you are up at 4am, but would love to know more what the rest of your day looks like time-wise. Also, in getting up that early in the morning, don’t your kids outlast you at night since they sleep later in the morning? That’s my one concern with rising early. Thanks for all that you do.


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