Month: January 2016

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Sports Bra History Is Short, but the Effects Are Long Lasting
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Sports Bra History Is Short, but the Effects Are Long Lasting

Most women don’t know that the sports bra is a relatively new invention tied to the growth of women’s sports in recent decades. Fortunately, this vital piece of workout gear has become mainstream and plentiful, even branching out into customizable iterations and going high fashion. Let’s take a look at the evolution of the sports...

Turn It Up Tuesday | AprilNoelle.com
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6 Ways to Love Difficult People with Turn it Up Tuesday!

Can you believe that January is almost over? I still haven’t posted my annual goal post, but don’t worry, it’s coming this week! See you back! Welcome to Turn It Up Tuesday #123! Thank you for stopping by and linking up with us this week, and every week, as we have some fun linking up...

Embracing the Rainbow
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Embracing the Rainbow

When my son was six years old, he brought home a “Student of a Week” questionnaire asking about his favorite things. Of course, one of the questions was “What is your favorite color?” I was proud of his answer, “All of them.”. Now, if I walk down the endless rows of blues indicating these toys are for boys...

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5 Step Guide to A Successful Weight Loss Plan

Did you know that I started contributing to a site called FitNoire? Probably not because I have not been a good spokesperson for myself, nor have I been posting as regularly as I should. That will change soon enough. In the meantime, here’s my first article: 5 Step Guide to a Successful Weight Loss Plan...

Big News: Introducing Modernish Mommas
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Big News: Introducing Modernish Mommas

Last year, I read a lot of blogs. I saw the gambit from complaining about parenthood to wildly inventive (but time-consuming and extensive) DIY projects. I enjoyed reading them all. What was noticeably absent was the tie between motherhood and work. Up to 19% of mothers are likely to develop postpartum depression and 10% of mothers...