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The Weekly Ramble: Blurry Vision Edition

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Are you looking for a little instant ease when it comes to kids home for summer vacation? I totally get you. Check out the Summer Survival Guide . It’s chock-full of great ideas to organize your summer and enjoy great times with yours kids.The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004. This week I’m […]

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How Do You Know if You Should Stay Home Full-time?

How Do You Know if You Should Stay Home Full-time?

How do you know if you should stay home full-time? A reader wrote in with this question, one that I thought could benefit from a range of perspectives and answers. I’d love to hear your advice for this young mom on how you decided to become a stay at home mom or why not. I […]

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End of Summer: How Moms Feel at Back-to-School

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The end of summer approaches. We moms can feel a mix of emotions. JessieLeigh unpacks the bittersweet back-to-school feelings. Notebooks– 4 for $1! Glue Sticks… only 10 cents! Free backpack with $20 back-to-school purchase! If we hadn’t already known it, the fliers are quick to remind us– back-to-school is just over the horizon. End of […]

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30-Minute Meals – Get the Meal Plan!

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A good meal plan can help you save time as well as money. I’ve got a great one for you to try! Get this month’s meal plan of 30-minute meals.

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Planning a New Homeschool Year

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The new school year is just a round the corner. Now’s the time to plan for your homeschool and get a little organized, if you aren’t already.

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Summer Lunch Ideas for Kids

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Need inspiration for summer lunches? Check out these easy recipes and ideas to make lunchtimes delicious, nutritious, and easy!

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The Print & Go Planner

Print & Go Planner

Get organized and get going with this new printable planner, The Print & Go Planner.

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The Weekly Ramble

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The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004. Here’s a catch-up on my wild and crazy summer!

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