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Nurture Your Child’s Inner Entreprenuer

It’s 2020, and now, more than ever, people can have any career or be anything they want to be. Gone are the days of only having run-of-the-mill, corporate, 9-5 jobs. The days of working outside the proverbial box (cubicle?) are here with flexible hours, remote, self-driven, and entrepreneur opportunities. Who knows what the work world […]

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Oh, The Things You Can Recycle!

The beginning of a new year always provides the feeling of a fresh start (mingled with the “post-holiday slump,” but that’s another post). I wish I could go all KonMari on my house, but in this season of motherhood with young children–including a newborn–that’s just not feasible. (I do feel validated that Marie Kondo herself […]

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Wellness Wednesdays with Heather :: Setting New Year’s Resolutions and Goals with the Mind of a Teenager

Heather earned her MS in Health Sciences at The University of Memphis, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, and currently works at Hutchison School teaching wellness and training athletic teams.She loves Friday pizza & movie night with her husband and kids, the Smoky Mountains, and yoga. She hates body shaming. And she will be joining [...]
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3 Basic Steps to Create a Capsule Wardrobe

“Sweatpants, hair tied, chillin’ with no makeup on…” This all sounds good coming from Drake but don’t forget the cookie crumbs and juice spills and the snack compartment in your purse that has transformed into yet another diaper bag. Somewhere down the line, we buried ourselves in comfort clothes, especially the black leggings, which are […]

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Setting Yearly Family Goals

I don’t know about you, but I’m too old for New Year’s Eve. I’m all about those Netflix countdowns for the kids, the ones you can play AT ANY TIME. Like 9. Or 7. The past few years, we’ve gotten together with several other families and let our kiddos run wild and crazy until 9 […]

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Christmas Spending

My wallet and I vow to do better every year, and most years we fail. Christmas is supposed to be a time of giving. But for me, it is a time of empty wallets and “unique budgeting.” You know the kind of budgeting I’m talking about…..robbing Peter to pay Paul. Yea, these aren’t my proudest […]

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