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My Ode to Orangetheory

So, I have drank the orange Kool-Aid. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, I’m sure you’ve heard of Orangetheory Fitness. They are popping up all over Indy. Orangetheory is great not only for your body, but your mind too and that’s what I love so much about OT. When you can do hard things in […]

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Being Fulfilled. What If Being a SAHM Is All I’m Supposed to Do?

  I have always been a dreamer. I love a good goal setting session, a vision board, or just a few hours alone with my thoughts to spin myself an entirely new or improved life. Usually, that includes my professional future. I’ve been accepted to law school, applied to countless master’s programs, and currently receive […]

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Is CBD for Me?

CBD—I’m sure you’ve heard of it. It was a recent topic of conversation amongst us Indy Moms so I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to share more about my own experience as this is a hot topic.* I personally love biohacking when it comes to my health so I wanted to give CBD […]

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Spreading the Fun Around

Spreading the Fun Around: Working on Mommy’s Fun Levels

I would like to think that I’m a fun person. You can usually spot me on the dance floor at weddings, wine glass in hand, trying not to embarrass my husband and generally failing. Though I’m a fun person, I’ll admit that I have an uptight side…I’m a proud rule follower. Line cutters infuriate me, […]

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Nonprofit Grant Writing Tips and Tricks

Did you know that in Marion County alone there are 7,294 nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations? In fact, there is a fantastic database Stats Indiana that has compiled a complete list. If you happen to be a part of one of these organizations or an individual looking for funding, below is a list of tips and tricks […]

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Mommy Hour: My Time to Be Selfish

As a mom to a child that recently entered his toddler phase, I have to watch a lot of television shows that make me want to punch Elmo in the face. Blippi, the Wiggles, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, good ol’ Sesame Street, you name it. And in the month of September, the calendar is full of […]

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Ways to Help a Friend in Crisis

This spring I read the book Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy. I enjoyed its insights and refreshing my mind on topics that I had not thought too much about since my Death, Grief, and Loss class in graduate school. However, since I finished reading it, I had done very little about […]

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