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Valentine’s Day for Him: 5 Ways to Celebrate and Support Your Husband

I am sure many men find Valentine’s Day tiresome. Why? Because for a lot of men, I won’t say most, I definitely won’t say all, but for a lot of men all the work for Valentine’s Day is on them, and often times they are totally forgotten.

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Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas I’d Love

I admit, I’m hard to shop for and I’m not the easiest to buy for Valentine’s Day. I really never think that I am hard to shop for. If I was asked I could tell anyone a good three or four reasonable things I’d love, but I’ve still been told I’m hard to shop for. Why? Partially because if I truly NEED it, I’ll just go get it. Also because I’m a mom. I know this sounds like an excuse to anyone that isn’t a mom but it’s the truth. I’m a mom and because of that I put my kids first. If someone asks me what I’d like I tend to say things I’d like for the kids. However, there are many things I’d like they’re just not very tangible.

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8 Ways to Avoid Mom Burnout

Motherhood is not an easy job no matter what situation you’re in. Whether you have 1 child or 6. Whether you’re a working mom, stay-at-home-mom, or a work-at-home-mom it is tough on all of us. How it is tough on us however can be different. What situations make us tired, overwhelmed or burned out can […]

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Monogamy Versus Playing the Field: Pros and Cons

When is the right time to get into a serious relationship? It’s an age-old question and everyone has their own opinions as well as the answer will be different to each person as well. But what are the pros and cons of each option? Are the pros to playing the field rather than being monogamous? […]

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4 Strategies to Teach Your Children Self-Control and Delayed Gratification

One of the most important lessons to teach kids that will make their adulthood more successful is teaching self-control and delayed gratification. Children who are taught self-control are more likely to grow to have financially secure and trouble-free adulthoods. Delayed gratification also has many different benefits. People that learn to manage their needs in the […]

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Why I Plan to Teach My Kids to Have Sex Before Marriage

  As a parent sex can be a topic we avoid. It can be awkward, scary, and often times we just do not know what to say. I have a broad open stance on the topic of sex. It is by no means an opinion of the minority anymore, but I do think how open […]

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5 Ways to Treat Yourself as Valentine’s Day Approaches

It is easy as we get carried away with life. As we go through day to day we tend to forget about taking care of our own needs. I propose to you to take some time for yourself. Here are 5 ways to treat yourself as Valentine’s Day approaches.

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Self Care During Cold Winter Months

During the Winter and around the holidays it is easy to let stress and weather bring us down. The lack of sunlight alone in the cold, cloudy, and snowy months can cause emotional and physical slumps. Then there’s the holidays, the excess in food, and lack of exercise during the cold it can be hard […]

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Last Minute Stocking Stuffers for Moms

Moms often get a lot of the work when it comes to taking care of house, home, kids, and during the holidays there is just added stress trying to make the season perfect for everyone in the family. Take the chance to show the mom in your life, whether it is your own mom, your […]

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How to Interact with the Autistic child in Your Family Over the Holidays

With most neuro-diverse children, like Autistic children, the Christmas season can be very overwhelming. This overwhelm can be hard for any neuro-typical child or adult to understand. There are many different ways during the holidays to make sure the Autistic child in your family is not completely left out and ignored due to their differences. […]

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