Hanging on to my Brain Cells
Hi, I’m Cheri. Welcome! I help moms hang on to their brain cells.
Believe that building a rich family life is valuable… it deserves your best effort…and offers an endless source of interest?
Do you want to wring the most value out of every moment, multiplying your time?
Do you want the peace of knowing you’re doing what matters?
Do you want enough energy to take care of yourself and raise a healthy family?
Do you want to be inspired to bring creativity to everyday life?
Do you see travel as an opportunity to do all of the above?
What you’ll find at CheriBywater.com…
Lots of ideas, tools and practical help to be smarter, healthier, more productive and creative.
I don’t know about you, but when my life is in disarray, it’s like my brain cells are leading out my ears! Having our act together goes a long way toward peace and progress. From multiplying our time to using tools that support us, we have the power to bring order to our little spot in the world.
Our homes are a living laboratory. Raising a family and building a rich, meaningful home life is part art and part science. Every day, as moms, we have the opportunity to make something worth remembering.
If we want to hang on to our brain cells, we need to start with a healthy lifestyle. Maintaining our energy, being active, and eating right are the foundation. We want to thrive, not just survive.
An active brain, is a healthy brain. Employing the best research on cognitive science and creativity will make us better thinkers and smarter moms. Smart moms, with all our brain cells.
Traveling well is a fabulous addition to a mentally rich life. We’ve spent a lifetime enjoying travel – especially in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. For two decades my husband has traveled for work. And like a band of groupies, we follow. While traveling with four children, I’ve picked up a few tricks to stretch a dollar, stay organized, and eat well on the road.
I’ve been a wife, mother, homemaker and homeschooler for over 26 years. That doesn’t make me the all-knowing expert, but it does provide some perspective. And a lot of goofs to draw from!
I’m a divergent thinker – that’s a fancy way of saying I’m attracted to shiny new things, too many projects to juggle and endless list making.
An ESFJ, in case you care about such things!
A serious book addict. I’ve never passed by a used book store.
And an autodidact – always learning something new (see divergent thinker).