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How To Help Your Child With Math (Even If You Are No Good At It)

January 29, 2019

I think I may have heard angels sing when I found out about Revolution Math, but let me back up a bit. Please know that I am someone who has been terrified in anticipation of the day when I would have to help my kids with their math homework. Not only was I the worst math student ever, but kids aren't exactly being taught in a similar way to how we were. Before I knew it, I had a third…

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How To Multitask Like A Mother

January 28, 2019

I have to say that the biggest learning curve in motherhood has been figuring out how to balance. I know, I know. Balance is a fictitious word that a woman certainly didn't create. Nevertheless, three kids + a husband + entrepreneurship requires at least my attempt at balance.…

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Finding A Preschool And How Georgia Makes It Easy For Parents To Find Childcare

January 14, 2019

Something big is happening, y'all. It's almost time to sign Charlie up for next year's preschool. Like, REAL preschool. This is really hard for me to wrap my mind around for some reason. Grayson was in full-time daycare from the time he was a small infant and I had to go back to work. When it came time to enroll him in Georgia Pre-K, I had no worries (as daycare was our norm). This time, I feel nervous for some…

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Add These Things To Your Spring Cleaning List

January 12, 2019

Welcome to one of my favorite times of the year: January. I have always loved the feeling I get in January, after the Christmas decorations are put away and we get to start with a blank slate. This is the time of year that I purge, organize, and most importantly- CLEAN. Not only do I clean, but I "Spring Clean". To me, that just means doing all the things I do less frequently. Admittedly, cleaning isn't my favorite- but a…

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Six Ways My Husband’s Job Loss Was A Blessing In Disguise

December 21, 2018
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The week before Thanksgiving, Tyler unexpectedly lost his job. We were shocked, hurt, and afraid to say the least. Tyler had been a faithful and valuable member of his company for the last almost four years. As someone who tends to have scarcity mentality, I felt like I was all of a sudden living my biggest fear. Not only that, but we were approaching the holidays. …

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Three Easy Time Saving Hacks For The Lazy Mom

December 20, 2018

This post was sponsored by Happi Foodi. All opinions are mine. 1 | Frozen dinners forever. I don’t know why I spent so long trying to force myself to prep fully-from-scratch fresh dinners for the whole family every night. Why was I so worried about that? I have no idea, but I have definitely saved time by making delicious meals in the *gasp* microwave with Happi Foodi. Their chef-curated frozen meals are packed with nutritious ingredients that everyone will love.…

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Four Questions To Ask Yourself Before Making Plans This Holiday Season

December 10, 2018

Welcome to the happiest/most stressful time of the year! While we are feeling all warm and cozy and sparkly, we might also be running ourselves ragged. Call me crazy, but I have a hunch that some of us are prone to overbooking ourselves this time of year, and making "bucket lists" that are just a little bit too extra. I'm encouraging all of us, myself included, to be a little more cognizant of what we are doing and why. …

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Seven Ways My Parenting Changed With The Last Born

December 5, 2018

If you are a mom of multiple kids, I can almost guarantee you can relate to the shift in parenting style as more children show up on the scene. We all have an idea of how we will be as a mom, and then it changes twenty more times. These are seven ways my parenting changed after having a third baby.…

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