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1. Motherhood in the 1800's
Motherhood has certainly evolved over the years. Take a look at what life was like for moms in the 1800's.
2. Mom Rejuvenators
Moms often need a quick pick-me-up after a tiring day. Here are a few things that a prepared mom can do for a fast relief.
3. My Daughters Self Image
Teenagers can be tough but do we as moms really know why? Self image has a lot to do with self doubt and during teen years, our children need to be reassured.
4. Moms Can Relax After the Holidays
Moms have many responsibilities but during the holidays there is added stress. Read about my mother and everything she did for the holidays. Remember, moms need to relax and take a deep breath. They work very hard everyday but especiall
5. A Master's Degree in Motherhood
A college degree is not a prerequisite for motherhood but with all the roles a mom must fulfill, it probably should be.
6. Vote For Me - A Book Review
A review of the book Vote For Me by Ben Clanton
7. Life With a One-Year Old
Life with a one-year old is time consuming, energy draining, busy, busy, busy, but - oh so fun!
8. Jack Strong Takes a Stand - Book Review
Parents - read this book before you succumb to your children’s school year schedules. Your children will enjoy reading it too, and I foresee great discussions around the dinner table after reading this one...
9. Rediscovering and Pursuing Your Passions
Moms must continuously reinvent themselves. In this article, I'll show you how to identify your passions and create a plan to pursue them.
10. Unrealistic Expectations of Moms
Moms face unrealistic expectations from society, their families and - even more - from themselves. Setting aside those idealistic standards will help moms feel more confident in their mothering.
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