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Small Steps to Go Green on Earth Day!

As Earth Day approaches, the world collectively looks at ways we can be better stewards to this plant. But it can often feel overwhelming and make you question if your efforts really make a difference. Well, I assure you that even small, consistent change do make a difference.  If you’re feeling overwhelmed, my advice is […]

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The Basics of Foster Care Training

29,000 That is the number of children in the foster care system in the state of Indiana. Or at least it was when my husband and I started our 20 hours of training three weeks ago. Training In two intense weeks, we chose to complete our training. I have to be honest and say it […]

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Why There’s No Definitive Book on Parenting (Despite All These Articles)

If you type “book on parenting” into Google or Amazon, you’ll find a wealth of books are available for your immediate purchase. Don’t have time to wait on Prime shipping? Type “mom blog” into your Google search bar, and see if anything pops up. You’ll see, of course, that there is no shortage of content […]

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Mom Dating

Mom Dating I have entered this new stage of life I like to call “Mom Dating”. A dear friend recently moved away and that change has caused me to reassess my “mom friend” situation. It is amazingly difficult to find someone that suits all of my and my family’s needs. Dating to find a spouse […]

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Need to Re-Set Your Goals?

Last summer, my husband put together a home gym in our basement. He was ready to get back to more intense home work-outs in addition to outdoor running. He was also being incredibly thoughtful, and had it ready before our baby was due. The home gym, he believed would provide me with a great option […]

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