Month: September 2018

31 Days to a Positive Inner Voice
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31 Days to a Positive Inner Voice

I’ve found myself more often thinking negatively. Motherhood is so many things, it’s joyful, rewarding, exhausting, frustrating, and tiresome. There are days I just want to crawl in a hole and days that I’m so ecstatically happy. My kids are my pride and joy. They are everything to me. I love them so very much […]

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Protecting My Children and the Greater Good: Why I Vaccinate My Children

We all want the best for our children. That is why I am a strong advocate for doing research and understanding what is right for your kids. There are so many out there that feel they know what is right, and believe me I’m often the same when it comes to me, my children, and […]

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How to Relax and Take Parenting Criticism

No matter how much we wish it weren’t true, criticism seems to be a definite when it comes to motherhood. As mothers we feel we know what is right, we have our own opinions about raising kids. Often times these opinions can be shared or pushed on others. Then, if parenting criticism is inevitable, how […]

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31 Family Friendly Halloween Movies

Every year as October draws near I get in a mood to watch family friendly Halloween movies. Now, with a family this has become more of a wonderful family tradition. Here are 31 of my favorite movies that are wonderful to watch as a family for Halloween. Casper The Addams Family The Addams Family Values […]

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8 Must Read Autumn Picture Books

A new season is about to come, cooler weather, and changing leaves means it’s time for some Autumn picture books. Autumn is one of my favorite seasons. I love the change of weather. As the air cools, the leaves change, the result is absolutely gorgeous. I also love Autumn because it means we are coming […]

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I’m Glad I Waited

HThere are so many expectations, consciously or unconsciously, put on girls as they grow up. Sometimes these expectations limit our daughters. Daughters are taught to be quiet, weak, obedient, “womanly,” “motherly,” and a home maker. Often, it’s just what they see. I am a very strong, outspoken, woman, an entrepreneur, an MBA, I am a […]

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20 + Products Mom Actually Needs

Time and time again product lists show products for mom but really they are products for baby. I wanted to highlight products that really make mom lives better for themselves, products mom actually needs, not just for baby. *affiliate links* Select the picture to find amazing deals on each product. Drinks Coffee       […]

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Beautiful Fall Decorations for a Warm Home

I’ve waited years to have a home I could truly decorate as the seasons changed. Fall is one of my favorite seasons and the perfect one to start decorating. Fall Decorations are my favorite. I’ve found some amazing products I wanted to share with you to help you decorate your home to get into the […]

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8 Amazing DIY Halloween Costumes

I have always loved to sew and create things. Since becoming a mother this love has translated to wanting to make my children’s Halloween costumes for as long as they’ll let me. So every year, end of August beginning of September, it means looking, researching, finding all kinds of ideas on Pinterest and from other […]

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10 Ways to Avoid Princess Mentality In Your Daughter

My husband calls me an extreme feminist, he does so because he comes from a very conservative family but when it comes to raising our daughter there are many things we agree on. We do not call our daughter a princess and we try to not let princess movies become an obsession. I read an […]

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