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Intown Atlanta Swim and Tennis Neighborhoods |Atlanta Area Moms Blog|

Intown Atlanta Swim and Tennis Neighborhoods

Moving to Atlanta and think you’ve got to be in the suburbs to enjoy a swim & tennis neighborhood? You’re SO wrong. Here’s a list of my personal favorite neighborhoods with pools and tennis courts (that don’t cost a fortune to join) all located ITP (that’s inside the 285 perimeter for you newcomers). . . […]

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Family Fire Safety & Prevention Tips

Family Fire Safety and Prevention Tips

Once upon a time, a four(ish) year-old little girl and her six(ish) year-old older brother had the best of intentions on a cold winter morning in the pacific northwest; they were going to clean the ash from the fireplace as a favor for their parents. Those good intentions, however, resulted in lit embers making their […]

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Beware of Toxic People || Atlanta Area Moms Blog ||

Beware of Toxic People

We all know to stay away from products that are toxic or poisonous. And make sure our kids stay away from them, too. But, for some reason, the same doesn’t hold true when it comes to how we deal with toxic people.   Toxic people are those who take more than they give and who […]

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Three Challenges Working Moms Face During the Summer

Three Challenges Workings Moms Face During the Summer

It’s summertime. Kids everywhere are rejoicing while parents everywhere are going crazy, broke, or (likely) both. I remember childhood summer breaks fondly. My mom worked from our home so she was always around. My older siblings and I spent our days sleeping in, watching The Price is Right, bickering, and running around the neighborhood until the street […]

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Feeling...Less than (Comparison Trap) | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Feeling … less than

Allow me to introduce you to some amazing women who may not be in my immediate circle, but are all housed in my life’s concentric ones. Meaning, I personally know and have spent time with every one of these ladies at some point in my journey. Prepare to understand how I can feel…well…less than. Significantly. […]

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