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Sitting with Anxiety – Guest Post

Today you’re getting a special treat- a Guest Blog post by Lindsay Swoboda. I have a special connection with Lindsay as we are both military spouses! I hope you enjoy her post- make sure to leave her some love in the comments when you’re done reading! “I will see you in thirty minutes,” I tell my three- year old, peering kindly but sternly into her wide eyes. I inform her of our new Quiet Time boundaries- she does not have to stay in her room, but she does have to give mommy time alone. This quiet time is not a punishment, …

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Meditations & Affirmations for Anxiety

Holistic Healing Methods: Strategies To Cope With Anxiety

Father’s Day Made Simple

**blog post may contain affiliate links. I do earn a commission off of these at no additional cost to you, but it helps me feed my family every month** I’ll admit, I’ve never been that great of a gift giver- it isn’t my love language, and it isn’t something I’m great at. So buying thoughtful and meaningful gifts for smaller holidays like: father’s day, completely stresses me out. I agonize over whether it is a good gift or not. And second guess myself even after I’ve purchased the gift. After reading about KonMari– I realize that gifts are serving a …

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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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Guest Blogger: I’m Not a Natural Mom

We have a special treat for you today. Meet Rachel Harrell who runs The Naptime Projects , a blog dedicated to end the mom-shaming and helping moms take back their life one nap-time at a time. She enjoys building things from pallets, date nights with her husband, Chris, and playing with her baby boy, Will. I don’t love motherhood. I don’t adore being a stay at home mom. I love my baby boy dearly, but I’m not a natural mom. Patience has never been a strength of mine, and I’m not an overly compassionate person. Both are extremely necessary for being …

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