6 Things I Love About Liam

This comes out a little late due to the current circumstances in the world . . . from the continuing COVID-19 pandemic and my job as a home-schooling mom coming to and end (fingers crossed) to the George Floyd riots and protests for #BlackLivesMatter life has been a little wild over the past few weeks.…

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My Skin Care Routine

“I feel like I LOOK like I’ve aged 10 years.” That’s what I told my OBGYN when I went to see her after having my 4th and final baby at 41-years-old. “Your skin is dehydrated . . . from birth and all the breastfeeding,” she said. “Of course,” I thought and let out a sigh…

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My Running Journey: Day 1

I was feeling the heaviness of COVID-19 this morning . . . My husband said, as he often does when I’m in a mood, “Go for a run, Sara.”  I followed with my usual responses, “I can’t. I’ll leak.” or “I don’t want to. It doesn’t feel good.”  I’ve been with my husband since 1999…

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3 Ways to Measure Your Kegel Strength

(This post is sponsored by Perifit. All opinions are my own.) Kegels . . . kegels . . . kegels. Sure we talk about them, but do we actually do them? I get you. They are boring and half the time you can’t even tell if you’re doing them right. Are you with me? So…

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9 Things I LOVE About Landon

This post is coming out about a week later then intended, but the world is a strange place right now as we are all hunkered down during the 2020 corona virus (COVID-19) pandemic. I couldn’t let a year go by without doing this since it’s become somewhat of a tradition (see years 8, 7, 6,…

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3 Beautycounter Must Have Sets

Before I share with you 3 beauty and skin care sets that you can’t miss out on, I want you to know why you’ve been hearing me share so much about Beautycounter lately. In case you didn’t know, I’m 41-years old and I recently had my 4th baby. Although my decade of baby making is…

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5 Ways to Make Pumping Better

(This post was sponsored by Motif Medical. All opinions are my own.) Let’s face it – pumping can be a real you-know-what. In fact, I really dread doing it, but the reality is that pumping equals freedom, and for many moms pumping is a necessity. For me it means I can get work done without…

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