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Laundry: My Most Dreaded Chore

Only three things in life are certain: death, taxes, and laundry. Laundry…my nemesis.  It never ends, and I’m not very good at it.  I’ve tried many things over the years to make it work better.  I’ve done one load a day over the course of a week, and seven loads in one day to knock […]

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Reverse Litter: My Family’s Experience

This post has been sponsored by the Reverse Litter Campaign.  All opinions are 100% our own! A few weeks ago, I wrote about the Reverse Litter Campaign which encourages people to go online and make a pledge to pick up ten pieces of litter every Tuesday.  With the catchy slogan, “Ten on Tuesday,” the Tarrant Regional Water […]

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Reverse Litter: Make the Pledge!

This post has been sponsored by the Reverse Litter Campaign in connection with upcoming Earth Day. All opinions are 100% our own! One of the views my family sees every week is a long stretch of wire fence that stands between our church parking lot and 635.  It never ceases to amaze (and disgust) us […]

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How to Listen Without Jumping Into “Fix-It Mode”

Most good relationship books I’ve read have had at least some instruction on communication. More specifically, the topic of listening to your partner has really stuck with me.  It turns out, when people share their problems, they usually aren’t looking for you to take over and fix everything.  Most people share their problems because they […]

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Kids and Concussions

Concussions are a hot topic right now thanks to the NFL and media, but concussions aren’t limited to burly football players.  Kids, with their rambunctious non-stop activity, are actually prime candidates for concussions, so moms need to know the signs and treatment for this dangerous condition. I happen to be a really slow learner when […]

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What I’m Teaching My Kids About Guns

Deer season opens the first weekend of November, and you can bet my husband will be taking our elementary age sons to the family ranch to hunt sometime this fall.  He would take our daughter, too, if she were interested.  However, she prefers staying behind with Mom for pedicures and sushi.   When my boys […]

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