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Easy Morning Routines {Guest Post} | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Easy Morning Routines

All moms know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Unfortunately, mornings can also be rough with getting kids out of bed, dressed, fed a healthy breakfast, and arriving at school on time.  Without organization mornings can be can be slow and sometimes frustrating.  What’s the best way to avoid the morning […]

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Advocate for your Care | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Advocate for Your Care

When I became pregnant with my oldest (almost twenty-years ago, gulp) I was still a baby myself! I took a home pregnancy test but didn’t believe the results. Can you say “naïve?” When I went to my OB appointment, I remember asking the doctor, “Am I really pregnant?” and he replied, “You took a test at […]

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Parents: 6 ways to Protect Yourself from Sick Kids | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Parents: 6 ways to protect yourself from sick kids

{Thank you to our wonderful partners at Piedmont Healthcare for this timely and extremely helpful information. Hoping you and your family have a healthy year.}  Let’s face it– children are harbingers of germs. And when they come home from school with a cough or cold, it can quickly turn into a health crisis for the whole […]

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Flu shot Can Save Others | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Getting your flu shot can save others

{We are thrilled to partner with Piedmont Healthcare for a monthly educational series on health and wellness. We hope you find these tips helpful and informative. We sure do!} Did you know getting your flu shot can potentially save lives? Immunologists refer to a term called “herd immunity” or “community immunity.” Meaning if a majority of the […]

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One Little Word - Power of Words | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

The Power of Words

It seems that I have been living in the world of “NEXT.” Next week, next month, next year. I have always been organized, a planner. While these can be positive attributes, they can also hold you back from living in the moment. As a mother of a 6th grader and a 9th grader, I recently […]

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