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Hot mess express?

Style your way into motherhood It was 6 months after I gave birth to our first born. A sweet, big blue eyed, miniature version of me. She was sleeping through the night, about 10-12 hours, nursing, and hitting all the milestones on the dot. It had been 6 months since we moved away from our families and into the neighboring state. I had managed to network my way into a few events and was living my dream of being a stay at home mom. I should have felt blissful, excited and grateful. Instead, I felt exhausted, anxious and angry. Then …

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Birthday Gift Hacks

We’re just now getting to that “age” where my kid has “friends” (aka the friends I pick for her) and now the birthday parties are coming out of the woodwork. It almost feels like every other week we’re getting invited to yet another birthday party. It’s getting a little overwhelming if I’m being honest. While most parents say on the invite “don’t worry about gifts”- we showed up without a gift once….never again. It was embarrassing and the parents knew we were the only ones there that didn’t bring a gift. Here’s the problem with all these parties: Birthday gifts …

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Top 5 Tips for Change

So many people ask me HOW I stay so motivated. How do I continue to show up day after day, week after week, put the time in month after month? HOW do I stay so happy? So “in the zone”. So I’m here to tell you my TOP 5 TIPS for STAYING on TRACK with your fitness or health journey.   Make a Plan If I FAIL to write down my:*Meal Plan*Workout Schedule*To-Do List*Grocery List*House Chores*AppointmentsEverything turns to dust. I’m scattered, I’m not sure what I should and shouldn’t be doing and I’m wasting valuable time trying to figure it …

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My “breaking” Point

I am so incredibly excited to announce my release of my FIRST EVER OPT IN! This is something that is offered at zero cost to you, just for you subscribing for updates. When I was in the THICK of my Postpartum Depression I remember one day very vividly. I was working 50 hours a week (including my lunch break), I was commuting an additional 10 hours to work, an additional 5 to daycare, my husband was on nights and we NEVER saw each other. I got maybe 30 minutes of “quality” time with my baby before having to put her …

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