Get Ready to Rock With the Best Toy for Your Preschooler

Get Ready to Rock With the Best Toy for Your Preschooler

I have a love-hate relationship with toys. It’s not that I don’t like toys but they accumulate like nothing I’ve ever seen before even when I actively try to keep the chaos down by regularly purging and carefully curating a wish list for Christmas and my son’s birthday. (Yes, really.) So, needless to say, I’m pretty picky when it comes to choosing toys for my son. I have two primary requirements: educational and compact or at the very least, easy to store in the closet.

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How I Lost 10.6 Pounds in 14 Days

How I Lost 10.6 Pounds in 14 Days

I recently shared in an Instagram story that I had lost 10.6 pounds in 14 days. I posted my exciting news purely for accountability purposes. I expected that maybe a few personal or blogging friends would say “congrats” but I did not expect to get so many DM’s both from people I know and random strangers asking how I did it.

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5 Must-Have Products For People That Love to Get Outside

5 Must-Have Products For People That Love to Get Outside

There is nothing like getting outside to enjoy the beauty of nature and, of course, when we are outside there is more opportunity for us to be active! One of my biggest goals, as a mom, is to raise a child that loves to be outside and enjoy physical activities outdoors. If you love to be outdoors, I have 5 Must-Have Products for you! 

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The Busy Mama Food Hack You Need

The Busy Mama Food Hack You Need

If you know me very well, or at all, you know that I am not the most (or at all) skilled cook. And, also, I love anything with a shortcut. I mean, hey, I'm a busy mom, after all - I have a toddler to chase around all day and I work from home. I need a good hack in my life! 

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Minimize the Stress of Invitations With Basic Invite

Minimize the Stress of Invitations With Basic Invite

When my son turned one, I spent a lot of time creating his invitation. For his second birthday, I decided I didn't want to bother and went old-school with it - store bought and filled in the blanks! I can't be the only one that stresses out over making my own invitations, right? It's time-consuming and can be pretty tedious. 

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How To Recycle When You Have Non-recyclable Items

How To Recycle When You Have Non-recyclable Items

I don't claim to be extremely crunchy but I do believe in doing what we can to take care of the environment and ourselves. For me this means, limiting the using products that are free of dangerous chemicals, reducing water/electricity usage and, recycling. I believe these are all pretty easy ways to contribute to a healthier environment. But what do you do when you have non-recyclable items? 

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Simple Self Care When You Work From Home

Simple Self Care When You Work From Home

Making self care a priority is a challenge for most moms - stay at home, working outside of the home and work at home moms - it really doesn't matter which category you fall under. I think the unique challenge for moms that work from home is that the boundary between work and home is easily blurred... because, well, there's no actual physical boundary. This makes it much too easy to "go" to work every chance you get like when your child is finally playing contently alone! Of course, doing your job is important but it's nowhere near as important as taking care of yourself. Here are a few easy ways for a work at home mom to make self care a priority: 

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