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Goal-Setting Strategies

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Get simple goal-setting strategies for moving your life in the direction that you want. Setting goals for yourself doesn’t have to feel like punishment!


Personal Goal Setting Roundup

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Here’s a roundup of my personal goal setting from the school year 2018-2019. There were some victories, and some duds. But a great year of growth and healing.


Can you afford your lifestyle?


Can you afford your lifestyle? Here are some quick and easy ways to find out! And if you are living beyond your means, I have some sensible solutions to get yourself living with financial integrity.


A Working Mom’s Review of the Peloton Bike

Is the Peloton right for you? Find out here!

I am so seriously happy with my decision to get the Peloton bike. So much so that I am writing this post to tell you all the reasons you should consider it. It’s worth it if you’re looking for a way to simplify the work that goes in to planning (and showing up for) workouts, if you want to track your progress, customize your workouts, and keep yourself motivated.


22 Gifts for the Feminist Mom Smashing the Patriarchy between Carpool and Bedtime

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Every mom is a world-changer. These gifts recognize your feminist mom for the bad-ass activist and world-changer she is—whether she’s working at home wrangling the kids, marching in the streets for justice, or crushing it at the office.


5 Ways Every Mom Can Put Herself at the Center

As a single mom, I spent years working myself into the ground. Between a full time job and being the only one at home, I was pulled to give every last scrap of energy I had to my daughter. I came home at 5pm and made those three hours together every night full of laughter […]


The 90-Minute Breakfast

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My typical breakfast needs to take place in 3 minutes.

Pour coffee into thermos. Add cream. Peel hard boiled egg. Go.

But not in the summer. In the summer, I don’t have to leave the house by 6:50am. In the summer, we linger over breakfast, sometimes for hours. Summer breakfast takes at least 45 and most likely 90 minutes. It involves pour after pour of coffee refills for mom while The Girl peels multiple eggs or digs into yogurt. It’s leisurely and lazy. And it is heaven to a mom who usually has to DO more before 7am than she would like to do.