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Spousal Envy:: Am I The Only One Who Struggles?

Jealousy. Envy. The “green-eyed monster”. Every now and then, this nasty little monster creeps its way into my brain, aimed right at the one person I love the most in this world—my husband. Am I the only one who struggles with a certain level of spousal envy? And I do mean S-T-R-U-G-G-L-E. There have been […]

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My Dad Made Me a Better Mom

It’s no secret to anyone that knows me that I am a total daddy’s girl. I always have been. I am lucky to have a dad that has always played a huge part in my life. Growing up, my dad taught me a lot of important things like how important it is to stick to your […]

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Snowball Fight to Life Lesson

It was the first snowfall. Fat, wet flakes pouring from the sky and accumulating quickly. The kind that after three inches can be rolled up like carpet and stacked high for forts and snowmen. The perfect kind for a snowball fight. Neighbor kids gathered, all ages and sizes, willing participants and not. It never fails, […]

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3 Rules for Surviving Family Drama During the Holidays

Want to know what drama is most attracted to? Family gatherings. I kid, sorta. When you get a group of people together who have varying lifestyles, opinions, and convictions it could be great!  Or it could be like mixing oil and water. Ahh…it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Family drama, however, does not […]

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How to Discuss Consent, Sex, and Healthy Relationships at Every Age

We are happy to partner with Get Checked Omaha for this sponsored post.Healthy relationships are important in all stages of life, and talking with your kid(s) about it should start earlier than you think. Knowing when to begin these conversations and what topics are age-appropriate is key. Talking often about appropriate touch, safer sex, developing […]

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Social Media — Don’t Believe the Lies

It all started at college orientation. We newbies were sitting in the media lab going over new student information, when our guide mentioned something off course. He pulls up a website called Facebook. He says, “You have to register for this! It’s new and just for college students, so you can connect with others across […]

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