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10 ways to make this the summer of you

10 Ways to Make This the Summer of YOU

Alright, mommas, it’s the start of summer, and if your calendar is anything like mine, you already know that it is going to be a busy one. For this is the season of summer sports, camping trips, barbecues, family vacations, pools, splash pads, road trips, picnics, and activities galore (just to name a few).  In […]

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Could Your Child’s Rough School Year Actually Be Due To ADHD Symptoms?

Another school year is winding to a close, and while most households are trying to finalize plans and figure out how to spend the summer, we’re still trying to get through to the end.  Because with the end comes relief. For roughly ten weeks the stress of dealing with my child’s ADHD symptoms is nearly eliminated.  […]

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Pregnant and Panicked: When Insurance Doesn’t Work

I usually love sorting through the pile of mail that accumulates while I’ve been away from home. This time was different. After returning from a Thanksgiving trip, complete with road closures due to icy conditions, I hurriedly flipped through the collected mail. It was waiting for me near the bottom of the pile – the […]

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2017 Colorado Springs Guide to Fitness, Health and Wellness

The Colorado Springs Guide to Fitness, Health & Wellness is brought to you by our many local sponsors and partners. Would you like to have your business added to the guide? Please feel free to email [email protected]

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conduit parent trap

The Conduit Parent Trap; What to Do If You Find Yourself In It

The hesitation is apparent, as I mull over the question again and again in my head.  Where is your favorite place to shop?  I laugh nervously. The small group of women and mothers I am talking to lean in closer, but my answer never materializes. Instead, I do what I usually do when I am nervous, and brush off the question […]

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Hey Mamas: Let’s Be Warriors for Our Children, Not Worriers

Wear Sunscreen. As a freshman in high school, wanting to be considered cool by my Senior brother and his friends, I listened repeatedly to a popular “song” they liked called, “Everybody’s Free to Wear Sunscreen“. More reading, than song really and although catchy when set to music – was actually the brain child of a […]

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Worry, Fear, and the Unknown: Taking Back My Kids Childhood

Growing up, I would definitely call myself a worrisome child. I would worry about all types of things and then those worries would turn into nightmares at night as I slept. It wasn’t every night but it happened a lot. One of my favorite shows growing up was a show called Rescue 911. Now, if […]

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