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Author Archive | Rebekah
New Year’s resolutions are looming and I’ve been thinking a lot about realistic and not too time intensive habits I could begin. I wanted to focus on an act of kindness or good deed-a sort of pay it forward resolution.
During the holiday season many people reflect on their year and are inspired to donate and give back. The charitable season gets kicked off with #GivingTuesday (November 28) and will continue through the year end.
My boys are three years old and have an email account. No, it’s not what you think. They are not emailing their friends for play dates or signing up for the Lego newsletter.
This fall marks my 10 year anniversary being a vegetarian. My husband and I decided to change our lifestyle and become vegetarian while in graduate school.
As a working mother I can count on one hand, oh wait… two fingers, how often I have spent an entire work-free week with my children. Two times a year-yes you read that correctly!
I typically caution myself from going crazy and end up sticking to the baby registry but sometimes the registry items restrict me. Recommendations included!
There are lots of great nicknames for trios (the Three Musketeers; Alvin and the Chipmunks; TLC; or Harry, Ron, and Hermione). The summer we moved to Omaha was the summer I found my independence as a mom and I left the house alone with the twins. It was the summer we became the Three Musketeers. […]
Omaha Hello! I’m Becka, born and raised in northwest Iowa but have since lived a little bit of everywhere including Illinois, South Carolina, South Dakota, and now Nebraska! In June of 2015 we packed up the car (imagine two wiener dogs, two infants, and a hatchback full of boxes cruising down I-29) and we moved […]