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Hear the Sounds of Richard Marx’ Smooth Sultury Voice #MarxMamarazzi

While on my #momcation, I was able to train it into the the city for a private listening party with 80s crooner Richard Marx who released “Beautiful Goodbye” on July 8th. It’s available on on iTunes now. Hosted by “The Moms,” there was a room filled with bloggers as the target audience because folks know […]

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What SAHM’s Should Do Before Returning to Work – #HowSheDoesIt

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A few months ago, I announced on my Facebook page that I was going to start a series for moms who have been home with the kids for a few years with the desire to return to the working world.  Women who want to work from home part or full time, do consulting work, temporary […]

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Don’t Miss Out! Additional 40% Off at Tea’s Semi-Annual Sale #KidsFashion

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. What I love most about Tea Collection is the international flair they bring to their designs for kids.  It’s definitely not cookie cutter and your kid will be sure to stand out in the crowd. […]

40% Off Your First Month with #LittlePassports

**The links in this post are affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link. The summer slide is REAL but it doesn’t have to slide into your home. Engaging children with academic exercises after a day of camp can be made fun with Little […]

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5 Things I Want My Kids to Learn From Other Cultures #LittlePassports

Just last week, we attended my daughter’s multicultural night at her school. I was amazed! Although I knew our community was very diverse, I didn’t appreciate HOW diverse it was. As I walked around the gymnasium, I saw students who represented Egypt, Haiti, Pakistan, China, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Ghana. There were yummy samples […]

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