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Budget :: Tackling the “B” Word

This post is sponsored by our friends at Regions Bank. Alright, buckle up, Mamas.  We’re gonna have a conversation that involves some words that stir-up a lot of emotions— “Money.”  “Budget.”  “Savings.”  “Long-term goals.”  Depending on your personality and history, these topics might have you feeling competent and confident….. or wanting to stick your fingers [...]
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When I’m Gone, Please Know…

Dearest Family, When I’m gone and I’ve left you, don’t be afraid. Don’t cry. Please, don’t be sad. This is the time I’ve been preparing you for. This is why I’ve loved you: so that when I’m gone, you will think of me and smile, and know that I love you. I will always love you.  […]

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There’s a New Pre-K Program Coming to Town! {Evangelical Christian School}

This post is sponsored by Evangelical Christian School, however all the opinions  expressed are 100% genuine and ours. One of the most common questions we get at Memphis Moms Blog is from parents looking for a pre-K program for their little ones. When looking for a program, we know it’s important to not only grow […]

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The Answer to the Dinnertime Struggle :: Le Jardin

Memphis Moms Blog received compensation for writing this, however the opinions and excitement expressed in the post are 100% genuine.Every evening at around 5:00, this is the text I receive:   Panic. Every. Single. Time. What’s for dinner? I have no clue, darling. Probably one of the three things I always end up making. Or […]

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When the Classroom Doesn’t Cut It

We’ve told you previously about Pathways In Education, and how their programs are tailored to fit the needs of any high schooler looking to recover course credit from falling behind, or who would like to get ahead and possibly graduate early. We recently dove a little deeper, though, and discovered more ways that Pathways In Education […]

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