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BREAKFAST BIRD NEST CUPS

LATE LUNCH: SPINACH AND FETA GRILLED CHEESE

SPRING CLEANING: 15 TIPS FOR ORGANIZING A MESSY PLAYROOM

For the past two years, your spring cleaning goal has been to declutter your child’s playroom but you’ve been putting it off. This year, you’re probably saying “no more” and you’re ready to tackle those action figures, stuffed animals and legos. Right? Right. Now, brace yourself mommy, this could be a hard task. Making the decision to throw away a toy might upset your child, but according to author and professional organizer Barbara Reich it’s a lot easier than you think. Prep your child and let them know you are spring cleaning and some toys you will have to get rid of or donate.

When Life Sucks! Coping Kit to Feel Better If You’re Mildly Depressed

 

Self-Love Lesson: Depressed? What to do When Things Fall Apart

If you live long enough, stuff happens.

The women I coach and speak to in audiences are women just like you. I call us Big Vision Women. Women who want to change their little corner of the world somehow. What no one tells you when people are posting the “I’ll rest when I’m dead” and the “I stay winning” memes is that life is up and down. If you judge life by your timeline it can seem like everyone is living it up. They are not. We have all experienced times where it feels like every area of our lives is blocked.

Real Talk: Did Your Boobs Sag After You Stopped Breastfeeding?

It was April 25, 2007. The day my boobs officially said, “We quit.”
I remember the day because I was breastfeeding my five-month-old daughter (my firstborn) in the midst of some last minute work in preparation for graduation a week later. She pulled away from me, full and satisfied. I looked down and noticed that my breasts fell incredibly light. Not “just got done nursing” light, but “things are never going to be the same” type of light.
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MIND YOUR PARENTING MANNERS

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