Lindsay Brazier

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Make 2019 the Year of You

Make 2019 the Year of You

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The new year brings with it so much anticipation and excitement…resolutions, goals, fresh to-do lists, and more. The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is over and we’re settling in for winter weather....

2018: My Year in Review

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As I prepared to write this post, I realized that I've been REALLY caught up in a recent predicament and that it might be a good idea to look at my year as a...
Take the Help, Momma

Take the Help, Momma

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I recently attended a GoRuck Light event by myself in Nashville, TN. If you don’t know what GoRuck is, it’s worth a Google. In short, it’s a team event based on military training and...

Falling for Fall Break

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Now that we’re back into the swing of regular school activities, I wanted to take a moment to shout out to a new hero of mine: fall break. As a kid growing up here,...

Ensuring Our Staggered Start Isn’t Staggered

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Our daughter started kindergarten last week. Earlier this spring I learned how our county public schools use a “staggered start” for kindergartens. Essentially, this stagger start has incoming kindergarteners come to school in small...

The Only Summer Side Dish You’ll Need

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Like the majority of us around here, I LOVE summer. The days are longer, we spend more time outside, and we get the chance to break our typical "preheat the oven" mealtime rules. One...
When I Grow Up, I Want to Be My Daughter

When I Grow Up, I Want to Be My Daughter

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Having our daughter changed my life, forever. It changed the way my husband and I communicate and the roles we play in our daily lives. As a baby and toddler, life centered around her...

She Didn’t Have to Be

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My five and a half year old daughter has a lot of interests. My husband and I do our best to let her try them out. In the last two and a half years, she’s...

Your Voice Matters: Why Moms Should Vote in 2018 Elections

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I’m talking to you. Yes, you…the mom who’s part Wonder Woman, part permanently exhausted pigeon. You may have a full time job outside the home, you may stay home with your kids, or you...

Celebrating the SAHM, from the Working Mom

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As a mom who works outside the home, I seriously admire moms who stay home with their children. After my 12-week maternity leave was over, I knew I would be going back to work and...

Learning to Make Snow Days Mean Slow Days

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January held its fair share of snowy days for those of us in the valley. Our daughter is still in preschool, so we’re usually lucky that our childcare center doesn’t close in bad weather....

Why I Don’t Believe in “New Year, New You”

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With the beginning of a new year, comes advice from everyone about ways to improve yourself, your home, the lives of your children, and the list goes on. and on. and on. I love new years;...