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life-hacks

Life hacks are genius ideas that someone started, and now the internet is kind enough to share with everyone. We've compiled a list of our favorite life hacks to help make moms lives easy(er). read more

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Seven Organization Tips Every Mom Should Know

As a mom, organization is key. Here are seven of my top tips and products that can support you in making motherhood look both organized and oh-so-stylish. read more

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Mommy Hacks – Vehicle Edition

I've gathered a few ideas from a group of talented mommies out there, and I can't lay claim to all of these. But, you can bet your cute lip gloss I'm going to steal them as my own and use them daily from now on. Feel free to do the same. read more

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How to Get Out of the House In the Morning Without Losing Your Mother-Loving Mind

Last month I conducted a little experiment. I tried to streamline our getting up and out of the house process to make it somewhat pleasant. You know to keep from screaming at everyone. Because “We’re late!!!” and “Get your shoes on! NOW!” is not a great way to start a family off on the rig read more

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My Friends Helped Me Survive My Husband's Deployment

My cell phone rang and I actually answered it, it would be a treat to talk to another adult. My husband was mid-way through an eight week Army training halfway across the US. I was home alone with three kids under the age of six, and my adult people-speaking skills were beginning to atrophy. read more