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How a Thank You Note Made Me More Thankful

Today I received a thank you note from a woman who lost everything in the Wine Country fires. Minutes before receiving her thank you note, it struck me how tired I was and that my body was literally aching from lack of sleep. This fatigue had caused me to spend very little time with my […]

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4 Wonderful Benefits of a Preschool Co-op

4 Wonderful Benefits of a Preschool Co-op

The Preschool Co-op Picture this – a little, one-room school house full of sweet, curious toddlers learning and playing together with their parents. The students are seen as children, and they thrive in a place where they can grow and become independent at their own rate. This is the reality of a preschool co-op, which […]

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Picture Time {Change Your Life With Selfie-Love}

I went to a blog event recently – a super fun #TargetTakeover hosted by Wine County Moms Blog. As the winning team, our trio had some hilarious pictures posted on various social media outlets. This included an unfiltered picture of us in fur vests (one of the scavenger hunt items). But when I saw the […]

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No Mustache, No Problem: Supporting Movember and Men's Health

No Mustache, No Problem: Supporting Movember and Men’s Health

November is the only time of year that I might tolerate my husband growing facial hair. While I’m not a fan of mustaches, beards, or goatees, I’m happy to support a good cause. By growing mustaches, Movember is an annual event to raise awareness about men’s health issues, like prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health. […]

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How to Survive Being A Mombie: 5 Simple Tips

How to Survive Being A Mombie: 5 Simple Tips

Mombie: A tired mother that feeds on coffee and survives on wine. She is beyond exhausted, but stays up late anyway since it’s her only opportunity for kid-free time. Mombies – we’re out there. Mombie symptoms vary, but can include: memory loss, getting very hangry, messing up recipes, forgetting when you last showered, relying on delivered groceries, putting […]

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