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4 Ways To Manage Motherhood Amidst The Chaos: Part 1

Moms,  do you ever feel like you’re in the middle of motherhood chaos? As a mom of twin daughters, I know I feel that way often. It’s especially hard to not feel guilty or ashamed of motherhood chaos when you are bombarded with messages  exhorting women to create balance in their lives. But is balance […]
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How To NOT Say, “I Told You So.”

I sometimes want to tell my daughters “I told you so.” Have you ever been there? You see the decision your daughter is about to make. Your heart does the “mommy cringe.” The next thing you know, your mouth instinctively spouts what she needs to do. What’s your daughter’s response? She either shoots you a […]
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Adulting 102

Adulting: Defined? A few months ago, I heard my daughters use the word adulting in a sentence. Adulting. I ever knew the word existed until that moment. Now that my high school seniors are seeing the reality of high college costs, the word “adulting” has crept into their vocabulary. For them “adulting” is doing tasks […]
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How To Discipline Your Kids

Have you ever been disciplined by “the switch?” In some cultures or families and about two generations ago, the mere mention of “the switch” would send chills of fear up a child’s back with the thought of being punished with a thwack of a stick on their bottom. Back then, to discipline meant to spank […]
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Mommy Guilt Comes In 3 Forms

According to the Hufffington Post, mothers from every walk of life experience some form of “mommy guilt” daily. Like canons to the left of you and canons to the right of you, the guilt that moms experience can sometimes feel as if they are on a battlefield. If you’re a mother, you know when it […]
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5 Steps To Stop Arguing With Your Daughter

Do You Argue With Your Daughter? Ever say “one thing” to your daughter and, before you know it, you find that you are unable to stop arguing with your daughter? Like the world war splattering of shots, explosions, shrapnel, and tear gas (with even some crying at times) words, stares, and body language become an […]