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Get Out the Sweaters, Turn On Some Football, and Pass The … Squash Soup: A Favorite Fall Recipe

The kids are back to school, soon there will be a nip in the air.  Just as we were finally getting over last winter’s polar vortex, it seems that summer has slipped by so quickly.  I personally love fall … maybe it was because I always loved going back to school, or maybe because college […]

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Mindful Mama, Happy Household

We all know how it is as moms, we’re folding the laundry while keeping one eye on the kids and another on the television.  Some of us plan our day while listening to the news and commuting to work and then plan our weekend.  But in the rush to accomplish necessary tasks, we may find […]

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Quick Healthy Meal Tricks

I love to cook!  Being home with the kids allows me to cook often.  I have a picky eater and an adventurous eater with tree nut allergies so I have to be cautious with what I make.  Most of the week I can cook for hours at a time.  When I don’t have that much […]

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Why Your Sleep Matters

I have yet to meet a parent that would say they are well-rested. Whether it’s the parent of a newborn who is feeding around the clock or the parent of a teenager, we’re all sleep deprived in some way because of our children. Let’s be honest, the first thing most people tell you after you […]

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Five Ways to Save on Fairfield County Attractions & Things-to-Do

Five Ways to Save on Fairfield County Attractions & Things-to-Do

In my last post, I told you my family’s five favorite things to do in Fairfield County; but, what I didn’t tell you was that for everything we do, we rarely pay full price, and sometimes we don’t pay at all. Here are five ways that you can save on Fairfield County attractions: Borrow your […]

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College Counselor in a Folder

As September approaches and moms think about school and the college process, stress can creep in. Wouldn’t it be great if we had some guidance and a place to keep track of all the things our child needs to stay organized throughout the process? Enter The Edwin – a folder designed by VentureMom Candice Frankel. […]

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