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You’re tired and busy. The last thing you want is to add something to your to do list. I get it. But may I suggest log booking or journaling?
My grandma was a hoarder of the best kind. She printed and saved every photograph she ever took, her dressers were covered with seashells she gathered, and she had a hallway closet dedicated to pasta she bought at the dollar store.
As a mom of a special needs child, every year when my son’s birthday comes around the anxiety kicks in. My son loves birthday parties, even though he doesn’t get invited to many. He loves celebrating other kids, and he loves being celebrated as well. We have been very fortunate because my son’s classmates and […]
Where were you on September 11th, 2001 around 9 am? I was in high school at home room in the cafeteria when one of the teachers walked through the door and said, “We’re under attack.” The remainder of the day was spent watching the news in various classrooms, taking in the magnitude of 9/11. It […]
She’s beauty and she’s grace, she’s Miss United States… Dear Mama, Welcome to the dog days of summer! You’re probably running ragged after all those trips to the park, ice cream shops, camps, friends’ houses, etc. You probably just want to binge watch that show your friend told you about last year with your drink […]
It’s that time of year again! You’ve had a busy summer full of camp, pool days, frolicking, bug spray, and–dare I say it–even boredom. You may or may not be ready to have your kids head back to school, but while you’re getting your school supplies list ready, that backpack ordered from Pottery Barn, or […]
My husband, Dijon, has general anxiety disorder. I am accustomed to his need for context and his desire to work through multiple worst-case scenarios. It is because of these reasons I love him and need him. I, the more carefree and overly optimistic partner, appreciate his grounded (at times uptight) responsible nature. We keep one […]
If I told you that there’s a program that not only teaches your child, as young as 3, how to play a string instrument, but also provides the instrument and instruction for free of charge, would you sign up? What if I told you that this program exists in our small city of Omaha? It […]
We are excited to partner with Ring Patrol for this sponsored post.I’m not sure about you, but nap time at my house is sacred. Since I homeschool elementary aged kids (4 and 6) and I have a crawling older baby, the only time we can really focus is when the baby is napping. Everyone is […]