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5 Tips for Handling Stress Over the Holidays

I can be a highly stressed and anxious person. A lot of the time, if you don’t see me daily, I can hide it, but those that know me well, see me often, know it and can read me easily. My husband is one of those people. He can read me, he won’t necessarily know what is wrong or bothering me but he always knows when something is. I will not claim that I’m any master at handling stress but these are tips I’m hoping to implement myself and hope they’ll help.

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6 Fun Thanksgiving Kids Crafts

I love finding fun craft ideas for my kids especially around the holidays. As Thanksgiving is getting closer I found some great craft ideas. I hope they’re just as fun for you and your kids. Make a Thankful Tree with Your Child This Thanksgiving I love Thanksgiving for the opportunity to teach our children about […]

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18 Fun Fall Date Ideas

Fall is the perfect time of year to get outside, enjoy the changing leaves and crisp air, and go on a fun, intimate date. Here are some amazing intimate fall date ideas: Corn Maze Weekend Getaway (Nearby Camping or to a Nearby Town or City) Wine Tasting Football Game Apple Picking Take a Cooking Class […]

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8 Valuable Lessons to Teach Kids about Gender Equality

As a very proud feminist, parenthood has been an interesting time over the last three and a half years. My husband will tell you I think way too much way too early about my kids and what I want to teach them. For instance, you might not truly consider teaching gender equality to your kids […]

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My Kids Do Not Need Your God: Teaching My Kids to Choose for Themselves

I grew up around many different religions. In fact, my grandma was Mormon and my grandpa was a Boston catholic. I grew up in a house where religion was important. However, as I came into my own, I realized that I don’t want my kids feeling like it is the end of the world, thinking […]

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13 Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas

Easter is just around the corner yet again and if you’re like me, you like to try and limit the excessive candy intake of my children. I don’t say never, they can have candy, and they do, but I prefer when holidays come like Easter and Halloween that they don’t gorge themselves into sugar comas. […]

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70 Activities to do this Spring

The weather is warming up and it’s Spring. With the start of Spring, we have been doing whatever we can to get the kids outside and having fun. With the cold of Winter, the kids get a bit of cabin fever. Then as it gets too hot in summer it’s the same, so we have […]

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Emotional Intelligence: The Key to a Lasting Marriage and How to Strengthen it.

My husband and I met online we chatted for a while then met in person for our first date. We had a good conversation, he impressed me, but I did not fall in love at first sight, nor did he. We definitely had an impact on one another though, we had this feeling like something […]

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27 Things I Want My Kids to Know About Life

My kids are only 3 and almost 2 but that does not stop me from thinking about their future. I am a firm believer that you should live in the moment and enjoy them today, however, I also think we, as parents, are doing our children a disservice if we do not think about how […]

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8 Benefits of Theater Education on Kids

I have known many who view local theater as something only the snooty people in town do. Even going as far to say that it is something that those who see themselves as superior do. That however could not be any further from the truth. My wife was not raised around the community and neither […]

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