Tag: happiness

Not Your Typical Soccer Moms

Why I Won’t Encourage My Kids To Marry Young

Fairy Tales have been ingrained in us so much so, that you would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t know of them.  From the time we are young girls we’re shown fairy tales of the “damsel” finding her “prince charming”, and getting married and living happily ever after. Well, fairy tales got it…
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An Unprepared Unequipped Mother

Last Monday my daughter had surgery.  A pretty routine surgery at that.  She had surgery to remove her tonsils and adenoids.  I’ve always heard how simple of a procedure this was, and how quickly kids bounce back from it.  I was unprepared to see the complications my daughter ended up having to endure.  Immediately after…
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What A 2 Year Old Taught Me About Being Happy

Yesterday while spending the weekend with my cousin, her 2 year old announced in delight, “I’m happy!” as a grin spread across her face from ear to ear. Those 2 little words got me to thinking about how often we ask ourselves if we’re happy. I don’t mean just putting on a mask and telling…
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Took Me 34 Years, But I’ve Learned…

So I turned 34 a couple of days ago. In my 34 years, I have come to learn some things. While I’m still learning and changing every day, I just wanted to share some of the things I have learned: 1) I have allowed too many people to have too much say in MY life.…
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Kelly Rowland Opens Up On Balancing Motherhood And Career

Kelly Rowland, former member of Destiny’s Child, now solo artist has opened up to Ebony magazine in an intimate interview about how she balances motherhood and her career.  Kelly has a 1-year-old son named Titan, is newly married, and is still in the studio recording hits. Just how does she do it? Here are some…
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Why I Hated My Postpartum Body

As I got undressed to take a shower, I looked in the mirror at my 4-day postpartum body and my first thought was yuck! I didn’t like the still swollen stomach, and the changes in my body. It was in that train of thought that I asked myself why did I think this body was…
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6 Year Old Gets Plastic Surgery Because He Was Bullied

Gage Berger, a 6-year old that was incessantly teased and bullied in school for years recently underwent surgery to pin back his ears, which he felt to be the cause of his bullying. His dad Timothy Berger said that over the past year, his “playful, outgoing” son had “changed.” Gage started keeping to himself more,…
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Reflections of Motherhood

Mothers were asked to share some things they’ve learned along the journey of Motherhood. Here are some things these moms had to say: Sharing is caring:

Sexy Moms Rock is Sponsoring the 100 Women Entrepreneurs Run/Walk

The 100 Women Entrepreneurs Run/Walk is a 5k race designed to bring together career and women entrepreneurs who wish to join us for a day of sisterhood, fitness and raising money to support charity. The run was founded and  created by entrepreneurs Vicki Irvin, Chereace Richards & Erana Tyler who all have reputations for empowering…
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Love Your Kids More Than You Hate That Man

  Kim B. Miller How to Love Your Kids More Than You Hate That Man www.loveyourkidsmore.com www.kimbmiller.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamkimbmillerInstagram: http://instagram.com/iamkimbmiller Imagine not being able to see your children. It seems hard to grasp but that is the reality for a lot of parents, especially dads. No, a lack of desire or time is not the…
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