Category : Parenting

by Staff - 4 months ago

Spring Break Photography Tips for Busy Moms

One thing that bloggers, especially "Mommy Bloggers" understand is the power of a great photograph to take a post from boring to bold! That said, bloggers aren't the only moms who are obsessed with taking photos of their kids. Indeed, Instagram might...

by Staff - 4 months ago

The Keys to Succeeding As a Working Mom

Working mom at school breakfastLike the new Netflix show Workin' Moms illustrates, raising young children and maintaining a full-time a job is a lot! It only gets more complicated as you add more children. Last year we had our third and it has been r...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Pursue Success Not Passion

“More important than the& quest& for certainty is the quest for clarity.” ~Francois GautierI recently heard a Ted Talk that has transformed the way I approach my career and my life. I think that I may be late to the party because millions of people h...

by Staff - 5 months ago

What Working Moms REALLY Want For Valentine’s Day!

Couple on the town& Women who value Valentine’s Day do so because they want to feel significant to the man they love. And what really makes us feel special is receiving something personal--something that indicates that our man understands us. -Chatón...

by Staff - 5 months ago

Staying in Shape!

Working moms on the townEverybody in the above photo is a working mom and I think that we look pretty damn good!Below is a link to a post about how to stay in shape.Chaton's World: A Working Mom's Quest for Balance in Stilettos© : Six Secrets to Stay...

by Staff - 5 months ago

How Dana Hanna Built the Life She Wanted to Live

Dana Hanna and Duffy Hanna"Making a bold move is the only way to advance toward the grandest vision this universe has for you." - Oprah WinfreyLast year I was fortunate to make the acquaintance of several women who inspired me. This year, I will be p...

by Staff - 5 months ago

How to Maintain Your Sanity Baby's First Year

Mom with Baby during his first yearI'm on a fair number of Facebook groups targeted at moms. I'm sure that isn't surprising since helping& moms succeed is my passion and why I continue to blog. Recently, a mom who has a six month old and a three yea...

by Staff - 5 months ago

A Working Mom's Dream Came True at Hamilton

Pregaming at Social House 7Look around, look around at howLucky we are to be alive right nowHamilton (Schuyler Sisters)This weekend was so much fun and it reminded about how fortunate we are to be alive at this moment and to have the opportunities th...

by Staff - 6 months ago

A One Year Milestone...

Not to make it all about me, but it has been quite a year. Twelve months ago, I went to the hospital, more pregnant than any woman in the history of time (it felt that way anyway) and I was cautiously optimistic about what might happen. I work in hea...

by Staff - 6 months ago

Don't Stop Believing...

I know that I haven't posted in a while, this new year has been hectic, but in a good way!& & Don't stop believing in me and following me. Great posts are coming. I promise, it will be worth the wait. Also, I have an upcoming children's book called,...

by Staff - 6 months ago

2018 Holiday Memories...

Seeing Santa at Market SquareIt has been a beautiful, busy and blessed holiday season. We have been enjoying it tremendously, which hasn't lent to a lot of time for blogging.& We Began at Market Square and Participated in The NutcrackerThis holiday s...

by Staff - 6 months ago

Buy Those Toys. Playing is Serious Business!

"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood." Fred RogersThis post is sponsored by The Genius of Play.It turns out play is more than fun and...

by Staff - 7 months ago

How Working Moms Can Create Magic

Holiday photo 2016 taken at The Children's MuseumHow do working moms balance their parental and professional roles? With a little magic!One group I'm involved in has a motto, "GSD". It stands for "Get S--t Done". And although it was coined by a man,...