3 Fantastic And Frugal Fall Activities For The Whole Family

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3 Fantastic And Frugal Fall Activities For The Whole Family

Posted on08. Oct, 2012 by .

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It’s that lovely time of year again, and my personal favorite of all the seasons, fall. Pumpkins and scarecrows and breathtaking foliage are abound, especially here in New England. I love grabbing my family and heading out on day trips to take in the scenery while sipping on hot chocolate. If you’re looking for the […]

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3 Ways To Make School Mornings Easier

Posted on05. Oct, 2012 by .

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  Our homes can be atrocious in the mornings during the school year. Everyone is running around trying to pick out clothes, pack lunches, and catch buses. It may seem as if you’ll never get your house under control and everyone out on time — but it can happen, mamas, I promise. We have three tips […]

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4 Postpartum Symptoms To Expect After You Deliver

Posted on01. Oct, 2012 by .

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As if having a baby wasn’t enough, you’re not done, mama. There’s still the postpartum part of delivering your child that you need to be concerned with. If this is your first child then you may not be aware of what to fully expect once you bring your bundle of joy home. Fear not, though. […]

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3 Ways To Nourish Your Child’s Entrepreneurial Spirit

Posted on30. Sep, 2012 by .

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As our children get older, they thoroughly enjoy attempting to mimic what their parents and other trusted adults in their lives do. This means our work actions as well as our recreational actions. If you see that your child is starting to take an interest in thinking outside of the box, then why not help […]

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4 Ways To Stay Connected To Your Kids When Traveling

Posted on28. Sep, 2012 by .

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Being away from your family is hard and none but our kids feel it the most. Regardless if you’re mom or dad, your kids will miss you while you’re on the road. Bedtime won’t be the same, they’ll miss out on an extra kiss before school and the overall absence of one of their parents […]

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4 Home Office Feng Shui Tips For The Work-At-Home Mom

Posted on24. Sep, 2012 by .

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Working at home is a wonderful luxury, especially when you have kids. But keeping a designated office space is hard for some and then keeping that office space tidy is even harder if your kids are around. Feng Shui is an easy and relaxing way to create a better ambiance within your home office space […]

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6 Super Sneaky Ways To Get Your Pre-Baby Body Back

Posted on21. Sep, 2012 by .

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Getting back to your shape after giving birth varies for all moms. Some of us bounce right back in a matter of weeks while others are still dieting a year later. Instead of making it a big production, tricking your body back to its pre-baby shape is a great way to go. You won’t have […]

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4 Ways To Babyproof Your Bathroom

Posted on19. Sep, 2012 by .

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This little room in your house can be a tremendous danger for your baby if you’re not careful. There are tons of little things that you probably never thought could be hazardous for your baby to get into once in the bathroom. But we figured out four of the best ways to babyproof your bathroom […]

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3 Ways For Mom To Get The Best Night’s Sleep

Posted on17. Sep, 2012 by .

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Sleep is so often underrated by many. But, boy, do we need it. Not only is a good night’s rest extremely beneficial to your overall health, but it completely rejuvenates you and prepares you for being a better person for a new today. When it seems like you can’t find a routine for bedtime or […]

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4 Ways To Find Yourself When The Kids Have You Feeling Lost

Posted on14. Sep, 2012 by .

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At times it can seem as if motherhood is redundant. You fall into a routine and barely know what day it is. Losing your sense of self has a tendency to creep up on us while we’re busy parenting and raising our kids. Here are four simple areas that you can reclaim within yourself when […]

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