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10 spring crafts RMB

10 Spring Crafts for Kids

Even though it may not *feel* like spring quite yet here in Richmond, the calendar is telling us that spring has definitely arrived! My kids love doing crafts, so I thought it would be fun to round up a few Spring craft ideas that are super kid friendly. Some of these crafts are geared towards […]

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Traveling with Kids

Traveling With Kids: Why It’s A Must

One of my best friends moved to New York City a year and a half ago. Last spring, I had a severe hankering to travel, and after a stressful winter, desperately needed a vacation. Obviously, the first trip I had in mind was visiting my friend in the Big Apple. My daughter had just turned one […]

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single mom

5 Lessons I’ve Learned as a Single Mom

Single parenting is not for the faint of heart. No wonder there is a National Single Parent’s Day. While I am currently in the midst of blending my family and hanging up my single parent status, the lessons learned are ever present. As with parenting in any situation, parenting solo comes with the good, the […]

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my awkward cup runneth over.

National Awkward Moments Day

I’m never one to turn down an opportunity to celebrate. From birthdays to Flag Day to National Margarita Day, I love to party. I’d like to say that was my favorite part of college, too, but there’s a good chance my mom is reading this; so, learning. Learning was my favorite part of college. Due […]

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How I’m Using Multilevel Marketing to Give Back

I’m one of those moms who sells things to her friends on Facebook. I never thought I’d make a living marketing to people while they’re on their break at work, or nursing their baby, or going to the bathroom (come on, you know it’s true) but that’s what I do. Trust me, I know there […]

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I didn't want to be a working mom

I Didn’t Want to be a Working Mom

As a child, when I imagined what my future looked like, it included me at home with my kids (or as a princess or prima ballerina, depending on the day). My mom didn’t work regularly outside the home until I was in junior high, and I wanted that life for myself, too. Even as I grew […]

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