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Soccer Mom Status – Approved {Sponsored by Post Consumer Brands}

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Post Consumer Brands, but as always, all thoughts expressed are 100% my own. I recently finished my daughter Kaialani’s (2) first season of soccer; and I can honestly say I am very excited to begin to instill in her an enthusiasm for soccer and sports! The health benefits from staying […]

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Bloom 2018 Recap :: An Event For New and Expecting Moms

  Once again this year, San Diego Moms Blog with City Moms Network hosted Bloom at Gymboree.  Upon entrance our guests had the opportunity to visit our SDMB photobooth with props, pick through a basket of extra swag and grab a bottle of water.  At check-in, our well deserving mama's and mama's to be received [...]
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mental health

Mental Health Month: Protecting Your Little From You

May is Mental Health Awareness month. What does that mean, exactly? During the month of May, Mental Health America, its affiliates and other organizations interested in mental health host a number of activities based on a different theme each year to raise awareness and educate the public about mental illnesses.  What are they educating us on? […]

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To the Mom Who Feels Like She’s Losing It: I See You

Another mom and I were talking after after dropping our kids off at school a few weeks ago. We were lamenting the difficulties with remembering all the homework and various projects required of our 1st graders. Another mom was passing by as she rushed off after dropping her daughter off a few minutes late. She must […]

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Top 5 Whole30 Meals You Have To Try

In the last two years, my family and I have done two Whole30 programs and we have learned so much about nutrition and our bodies. If you aren’t familiar with Whole30, it is basically an experiment to learn which foods provide the best fuel for your specific body by removing common “problem” foods for 30 […]

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