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Four Lessons I Learned From My Kindergarten Grad

I can’t believe my daughter just completed kindergarten! It’s been as much a learning process for us, as parents, as it was for her as a student finding her way. I took for granted the fact that she was reading before starting kindergarten, and admittedly didn’t exactly know how to prioritize all it would take […]

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Why I’m All For All-Inclusive Resorts

We’ve just about survived my daughter attending kindergarten this year and that deserves a vacation! Whenever my husband and I research our annual family trip, booking an all-inclusive resort is the best option to keep everyone happy. My in-laws have also started coming, and I couldn’t imagine a better way to create memories together. Here […]

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Simple Ways to Spring Your Wardrobe Forward

I don’t care what the calendar says, spring begins on March 1, if only in my heart. With the unofficial change in seasons, it’s also time to think about transitioning your wardrobe for milder temps. I joined a style challenge over on The Mom Edit that helped me remix my wardrobe in unexpected ways, and I loved creating […]

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It’s Time to Speak (and Live) Your Truth

THE YEAR OF YES. SPEAK YOUR TRUTH. NAMASTE IN BED… OK, that last one is a t-shirt/meme, but the other two are legit inspiration. Or, so I hear. I’ve honestly never been one for motivational/inspirational topics, but leave it to Oprah Winfrey to make me a believer. (*Oprah voice* YOU get motivation and YOU get […]

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A Grateful Heart: Family Lessons in Gratitude

Is it just me, or does it feel like the “holiday season” actually begins in October? I mean, between dusting off fall décor and partaking in my fair share of pumpkin spice doughnuts, I’m spent by the time teachers start sending home “What I’m Thankful For” hand turkeys in November. But the gag is, I […]

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