Slow down. Count gifts. Enjoy life.
Want less - less is more.
Find one devotional / quiet time series, book, idea, subject. . . and really let it seep in and change you.
Take a walk every day.
Read from two or three books instead of playing on the internet. Do this reading outside as often as possible - by the window when it's not possible.
Blog a litte - journal a lot.
Don't feel the need to adopt every creative idea that comes through the blog feed.
Touch your husband every chance you get. . .
. . .and don't argue with him - just don't.
Read your children like a wonderful, engrossing book - watch them, listen to them, get involved, earmark, highlight, and take notes.
Have no other homeschool priorities besides the 5 Rs: Religious instruction, Reading, 'Riting, 'Rithmetic, and Recreation.
When there is a behavior problem - every time - Stop, Hug, Pray, and Leave.
But stop finding behavior problems where only childhood stages exist - most of these things will simply work themselves out.
Pick up the house as you move through your day - don't wait to do it all at chore times.
Pick up the house as a family. Work as a team to get the house clean.