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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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Learning to Say No

Often, when I am knee deep in something in which I regret being immersed, I laugh and ask myself why I can’t say “no.” I am just SO bad at it sometimes. Does anybody else cringe at the number of “product parties”–Avon, 31, Tastefully Simple, Jamberry Nails, Mary Kay, Essential Oils, whatever– you have attended […]

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Puppy Love Protocol

Well, the inevitable finally happened. I’m not talking about her first crush or even her first boyfriend. (I think that happened in 2nd grade!) I’m talking about unrequited love here, folks. We’ve all been there at various points in our life and we know it’s painful and awkward no matter which side you are on. […]

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Ultimate Holiday Playlist

I’m back with another fun Spotify playlist for you!  (you may remember my killer workout playlist I posted about here: https://indianapolis.citymomsblog.com/health/killer-workout-playlist/) This time, I’ve created the Ultimate Holiday Playlist (everyone from Burl Ives, Bing Crosby, Mariah Carey, Pentatonix and of course the classic, “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays” from NSYNC).   I love how music can […]

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Indiana, My Home Sweet Home

I love Indiana.  When people ask where I’m from, I quickly reply, “I’m a born and raised Hoosier”.  I grew up just south of Indianapolis and am now raising a family just north of Indianapolis.   And that’s just fine with me.  In fact, my husband is from Michigan, attended Butler University and never left.  So […]

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Toilet Paper 101

I have previously celebrated how coming into the lives of children who are 4 and 6 means no potty training for this stepmom. But what I didn’t expect to do was conduct a kitchen table class on Toilet Paper 101. We had occasionally cautioned the kids not to use too much toilet paper. But clearly […]

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