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I Can Do All Things…

This bible verse has been in my head for the last couple of weeks. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. ~Philippians 4:13 I’ve been struggling with my confidence, my self-worth, my world around me. I know part of this negative speak is because of the heartbreaking news I found out recently, but […]

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Just Five More Minutes

I’ll have to give myself a SMH with this post. I started it last week, and never published it. My mind is feeling warped from sleep deprivation, but I will have to push through.   Life passes so quickly. Friends and family are here one day and gone the next. Since moving to Florida, the […]

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My Little Minions

Evidence surrounds us that school is back in session. My son is gone all day, and is considering which athletic teams he would like to join, I’m homeschooling my daughters and more than anything, my mommy friends don’t have children at home to visit. No more pool trips, alone at the beach and visits to […]

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Watch Me Whip

School started this week and my goal to initiate a schedule fell apart quickly as I attempt to find discount (or used) uniforms for Bunny, attempt to potty train Butterfly and find ways to keep Bee engaged in education. When I say that this week has flown by, I cannot even believe it’s already Thursday. I’m working on […]

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2015 Summer Bucket List {Things to Do with Family in Palm Beach}

Just last week, my husband asked me what I wanted to do this summer. Normally, we schedule one big trip. For most years, it was, well, coming to Florida to visit his parents (one of the many reasons we made this move). With now three children, those cross-country flights were getting costly. Being a stay […]

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10 Last Minute Mother’s Day Ideas Guaranteed to Make Her Smile

Mother’s Day can a joy because it is the one day of the year that we are recognized just for being one thing – mom. We are shown appreciation in many forms such as brunch, breakfast in bed, flowers, and many more ideas listed on the most recent “What Moms Want” list provided by the company trying to sell you […]

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West Palm Beach CrossFit: The Community

I’d like to say that I could lose weight on my own and be the best me all by myself. In reality, I need help. In reality, I can’t do it alone. In reality, I haven’t been able to do it alone. After introducing you to Crossfit, talking to you about the price, and what Crossfit is, I’d […]

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How the Obsession with CrossFit Workouts Can Benefit You

CrossFit is too expensive huh? A CrossFit membership can be anywhere from $100 to $200 dollars a month. Yep that much money. Let it sink in. Having gone to multiple CrossFit gyms, believe me my mind was right there with you. Where in the heck am I going to get up to $200 a month to go […]

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Losing Your Beauty with these 10 Behaviors

Almost every day, I’m reminded that growing up does not equal more confidence, calmness or control. I don’t only mean for others, but for myself as well. Often, it takes effort to make small changes to alter my overall attitude. Sometimes, the small changes are easy. There was a time when my son would ask me for something […]

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Faded Are the Dreams of the Past

Faded are my illusions of balance. Not faded are the constant needs of my children. Faded is the idea that happiness is consistent. Not faded are the pains in my stomach from my children using me as a playground. Faded is the concept of “me time”. Not faded is the requirement to give: of myself, […]

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How to Be Happy. Calm. Focused. #Review #sp

Disclaimer: I received a free product in exchange for this review. All opinions and stories are my own. Are you often confused about which day it is? I am. As a stay at home mom, my days often run together ~ Monday through Friday are the same day, with a night time nap in between […]

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5 Secrets to Changing the World Now

Since the last #1000Speak post, I thought about a time that I was an aggressor.   When I played volleyball, either my junior or senior year, our coach allowed a junior varsity player to play on the varsity team. I’ll be blunt. She sucked. At the varsity level, you have certain expectations of teammates, one […]

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