How to be the Fun Mom You Always Thought You Would Be

How to be the Fun Mom You Always Thought You Would Be

There are a lot of pressures in adulting and parenting that sure can suck the fun out of motherhood. It’s hard to be fun when you’re stressed or worried! And while being “fun” may not seem all that important compared to things like feeding and housing your kids, it is far more important than one might think.

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Make Self-Care a Priority With Oxford Momma

Make Self-Care a Priority With Oxford Momma

As moms, we know that it is important to practice self-care, and not just for us but for the sake of our families. But we also know that it is a whole lot easier said than done.

Actually practicing good self-care when you have tiny humans and other responsibilities, like working, can be a real challenge. This is why I am so excited about the Oxford Momma subscription box.

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How to Stay Out of Debt During the Holidays

How to Stay Out of Debt During the Holidays

The holiday season is quite magical. For both young and old, this time of year holds so much joy. But for many, it also holds so much debt! Last year, Americans racked up an average of $1,000 in holiday debt.

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How to Keep Your Stress Level Low During the Holidays

How to Keep Your Stress Level Low During the Holidays

“It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” could probably just as easily be called the most stressful time of the year. Due to financial strain, holiday parties and events, travel, out of town guests and difficult family dynamics - the holiday season can bring on a lot of stress and anxiety.

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7 Things I Have Become More Grateful For As a Mom

7 Things I Have Become More Grateful For As a Mom

I would to think that I have always been the type of person that appreciates even the simplest of life's pleasures. There really are so many things to appreciate about life (like life itself!) but I have found that motherhood has made me grateful for some of these things on a whole new level. 

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Thanksgiving Activities That Teach Kids To Have Hearts of Gratitude

Thanksgiving Activities That Teach Kids To Have Hearts of Gratitude

Being grateful requires an awareness of the things you have or as we often here them called, your blessings. Raising kids to have hearts of gratitude takes being intentional about teaching them to see what they have instead of what they do not.

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How to Practice Sequencing With Toddlers & Preschoolers

How to Practice Sequencing With Toddlers & Preschoolers

Learning how to identify sequence of events is beneficial for both scientific inquiry (making observations and predictions) and literacy skills. Identifying sequence of events is something you can start practicing your toddler or preschooler.

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3 Ways to Prepare for Reading Comprehension in Your Preschooler

3 Ways to Prepare for Reading Comprehension in Your Preschooler

When your child is in the toddler or preschool years, reading comprehension may be the furthest thing from your mind, mostly because they can’t even read, yet. However, this vital reading skill can be developed long before your child can actually read.

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