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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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Summer Camp Dreams

Summer Camp Dreams for the Suburban Mom

Last week (during week #3 of summer break) my kids sat amidst a toy store’s worth of gadgets and doodads and groaned boredom for the millionth time this summer. The youngest wanted someone to lead her in a craft, my boy was two seconds away from conducting a science experiment in gravity defiance (by hanging […]

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Mommy Mileage: How We Travel the Stages | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Mommy Mileage: How We Travel Through the Stages

This is a rock.  I dumped it and its friends in my yard years ago. The recent rains have drifted them back into my life.  This rock was inventory from a previous job. It was awarded to clients for the number of miles they carpooled, biked, telecommuted, or took MARTA.  Why did they end up […]

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Bloom: An Event for New & Expectant Moms {Event Invitation}

Bloom: An Event for New and Expecting Moms {Event Invitation}

Bloom :: An Event for New and Expecting Moms #AtlMBBloom17 Who :: Atlanta area mothers (you do not have to be expecting to attend!) What :: An afternoon of socialization, delicious food, educational resources, giveaways and swag, pampering, and connecting  with local resources and baby/mom focused businesses. Where :: Vital Life Health Center (1 Baltimore Pl NW Suite [...]
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note to self | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

note to self

I write notes to myself.  There…I said it. I sit down, take a breath and write a note to myself just like I would a friend. Today – I found one. From years ago. And it was exactly what I needed to hear today – all these years later. So today I share my little […]

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