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Let your village in

Bad days-we all have them.  Days where all you want to do is curl up into a little ball and be by yourself.  Mom calling? Best friend texting? A colleague has some advice and your neighbor is offering coffee? Nope.  You are shutting off from the world until you can figure out how to get […]

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Thanksgiving Restaurant Guide

Restaurants Open in Richmond on Thanksgiving Day

Restaurants Open in Richmond on Thanksgiving Day Thanksgiving Day is here! We are giving thanks for all of the many ways that we celebrate Thanksgiving.  For some of us that means gathering around a table at restaurant here in Richmond. Maybe it’s a planned event or maybe your oven stopped working right after you finished […]

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Is It Possible To Have Balance As A Mom?

I was recently talking with a friend who has two young children about balance. She mentioned that she had just gotten a chance to get back to some of her favorite creative pursuits after a long hiatus. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that her youngest is approaching one and a half years old. With […]

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Keeping it together this fall

Keeping it togther – simple ways to thrive in the chaos of fall

It’s the end of October.  It is finally cooler, and the days are becoming shorter.  If you are anything at all like me, you are already burned out about the school year – the homework, the parent teacher conferences, the fall assemblies, did I mention the homework, and the best and worst of all extra-curricular […]

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I have a just turned 13-year-old son. The title and this information should tell you all you need to know about the current love hate relationship with Fortnite that my wife and I share. If you are reading this and are wondering if I am speaking Elizabethan English, consider yourself lucky. You either have kids […]

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How to Be a Mom and a Friend

How to Be a Mom and a Friend

Moms Often Make Terrible Friends Moms get so used to putting their family’s needs ahead of their own that often when it comes to relationships outside of their immediate circle, they forget that there are other people who are depending on them as a friend. You know what I am talking about. There is drama […]

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