How I Got Paid to do What I Was Already Doing

This post may contain affiliate links, however the opinions expressed are 100% my own. I’ve heard about Ebates for a long while and seen their commercial more times than I can count. Unfortunately for me, and my wallet, months went by before I signed up. When I saw they were offering a $10 bonus just to […]

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How to Build a Positive Climate in Your Classroom

The article It’s About Relationships: Creating Positive School Climates addresses the behavior issues that many teachers face in the classroom. Whether new to the career, or a veteran, teachers will work with noncompliant students. Each teacher uses their own schema from their education and experience to respond to poor behavior incidents. Some teachers will find […]

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12 Things About My 12 Week Maternity Leave

Maternity Leave is not a vacation, and will often make the idea of going back to work seem like a break.  Maternity Leave is wonderfully exhausting and unfortunately for many working mothers it comes to an end far too quickly.  I throughly enjoyed my Maternity Leave, and I wanted to share some things about it. […]

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9 Ways to be the World’s Okayest Mom

Momming is hard, and it always seems like there’s someone out there doing it better than you.  Moms put so much pressure on themselves to be the best mom for their children, that they often completely forget about themselves, and attempting to the be the World’s Greatest Mom is just plain bad for your health.  So […]

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10 Tips to Enjoy Shopping for Your Wedding Dress

Fun Fact, I hate shopping. I have become a huge online shopper and rarely step foot inside stores other than for groceries. Wedding dress shopping is an exciting time in your life, but it can be extremely stressful and disappointing.  There are a few tips I’ve put together to help you enjoy saying Yes to […]

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The Selfish Breastfeeder

Breastfeeding is hard. It is seriously way more difficult than I every imagined. When I was pregnant, I only seemed to read how healthy breastfeeding was for mother and baby and how you didn’t have to worry about things like cleaning bottles, purchasing expensive formula, or dealing with potential formula allergies. Maybe it was the […]

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My Baby’s First Meal

This post may contain affiliate links, however the opinions expressed are 100% my own. Throughout my pregnancy I knew I wanted to exclusively breastfeed. This was my first pregnancy, so I had no actual breastfeeding experience, but I knew I didn’t want my child to receive a drop of formula. Looking back, I cannot recall […]

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