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Dress Your Non-Girly Girl For School with Gymboree School Uniforms

This post may contain affiliate links. That means if you click and link and make a purchase I may be paid a small commission at no additional cost to you. I was compensated for this post, but absolutely love the Gymboree brand of stores. I know you will too.  It’s time to start getting ready… Read More Dress Your Non-Girly Girl For School with Gymboree School Uniforms

Affiliate, Blog, Family Management, Time Management

How To Plan Your Month In One Hour Or Less

When you stay on the go like we do in our family, it is vitally important to have a system for keeping activities and events organized. Intentional Schedule and Activity Management helps me get more done in less time. It’s one of the four components to Strategic Family Management. And from basketball games to dance performances, from speaking… Read More How To Plan Your Month In One Hour Or Less

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Sports Mom 101: Nutrition For You and Your Athlete (Part 2)

This second installment of Sports Mom 101 is all about nutrition. Stephanie from HappilyHomegrown.com asked for tips on figuring out meals so you don’t live on the concession stand snacks. The best answer to that is to plan ahead. Keep reading for more detail on how to make that plan. This post may contain affiliate links. That… Read More Sports Mom 101: Nutrition For You and Your Athlete (Part 2)

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Sports Mom 101: What You Need to Survive the Sideline

Spring sports are in full swing and summer sports are just around the corner. If your family is like our family there is always a season; we’re a winter, spring, summer and fall sports family. Alexandra is a two-time Junior Olympian and All-American sprinter. She also plays flag football, basketball, a little baseball and trains with… Read More Sports Mom 101: What You Need to Survive the Sideline

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5 Money Management Tools Every Family Needs

It’s a commonly accepted notion that the two largest causes of stress in relationships are communication and money. In my non-scientific estimation, I believe the issues arise from communication (or the lack of it) ABOUT money (or the lack of it). According to an Ameriprise Financial study, nearly one-third of all couples clash over finances… Read More 5 Money Management Tools Every Family Needs