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CoolSculpting® vs. Liposuction

Our friends at Buckhead Facial Plastic Surgery help us to understand CoolSculpting® vs. Liposuction After having kids, your midsection takes on a whole new look, and it’s usually not the one you want.   Loose skin, stretch marks, extra fat – these are common issues for moms. I don’t know a mom who doesn’t have tummy troubles. Even […]

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Goldfish Swim School Summer Water Safety Series: Part Three

Goldfish Swim School Summer Water Safety Series: Part Three

Water and swim safety skills every family can work on this summer The staff at Goldfish Swim School Johns Creek work on basic safety skills with their students every week in lessons. The Goldfish team is partnering with the Atlanta Area Moms Blog to share FOUR basic water safety tips parents can work on with [...]
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How do you pick the right home services provider?

How do you pick the right home services company, and be nice afterwards?

Perform a Google search. Find a home services provider. Review their website. Go to third party sites and read their reviews. Pick a provider. Provider comes to your home. They perform the job. You pay. Everyone leaves happy. Pretty simple, right? No. Especially in the middle of the summer. If you’ve been following my blogs, […]

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Outdoor Pools at Atlanta YMCAs | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Outdoor Pools at Atlanta YMCAs

Being a member of a local YMCA brings privileges to visit any YMCA in the Atlanta area. My family has been taking advantage of this member benefit this summer by touring the metro-Atlanta YMCA outdoor pools. Growing up in California, summers were always spent swimming in our pool. Since I was a “water baby” it was important to […]

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Uniters, Not Dividers | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Uniters, Not Dividers

Divisive:(adjective) tending to cause disagreement or hostility between people I don’t have to say it. We all know. The climate in our country (world?) right now is incredibly divisive. We are warring factions all day long and it’s sad and exhausting. Even my 76-year-old dad, who has lived through the Civil Rights Movement in Tennessee, […]

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